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If the Cookie Crumbles, So Will Ad Revenues

If the Cookie Crumbles, So Will Ad Revenues

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Marketers pay up to seven times more for cookie-assisted ads, according to a new study.

An Inconvenient (Marketing) Truth

An Inconvenient (Marketing) Truth

Marketers need to address true addressability at scale to thrive.

Video: Finding Your Audience with RTB

Video: Finding Your Audience with RTB

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A run-down of the the major buying methods that are made available via real-time bidding.

Deriving Maximum Value from Third-Party Web Components

Deriving Maximum Value from Third-Party Web Components

The average website includes components from eight or more different hosts—but as response times increase, interactions begin to slow and dissatisfaction rises, resulting in a staggering business impact.

Big Data, little privacy

Big Data, little privacy

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A congressional caucus on privacy has its gimlet eye trained on data brokers.

Is third-party data tracking acceptable?

Is third-party data tracking acceptable?

Dennis Dayman, chief privacy and security officer at Eloqua, and Eric Picard, chief product officer at Traffiq, discuss whether third-party data tracking is acceptable.

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