Identity Should Be A Commodity

“The Sell Sider” is a column written by the sell side of the digital media community. Today’s column is written by Chip Schenck, senior vice president of data and programmatic solutions at Meredith Corp. Identity is the foundation of addressable marketing, and yet it’s being treated as a precious resource. This is because digital identityContinue reading »

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Drawbridge Draws $15 Million In Fresh Funding As It Begins A New Chapter

Drawbridge is one of the cross-device OGs, but it’s in the midst of a pivot. The company revealed $15 million in new financing on Monday from existing investors Sequoia, Kleiner Perkins and Northgate. The money, which brings Drawbridge’s total funding to $70 million, will be immediately invested into a product road map focused on non-advertising-relatedContinue reading »

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The New Rules Of Cross-Device Identity

This article was produced in partnership with Throtle. As consumers bounce relentlessly across an increasingly wide array of devices and applications, the data trail they leave behind becomes more and more fragmented. And that’s a problem for marketers who are often left wondering: Who’s the person behind the screen – exactly – that we’re talkingContinue reading »

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Tapad Is Getting Out Of The Media Services Game

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Cross-device provider Tapad is offloading its media business with Brand Networks, a social marketing tech firm that serves large retail brands and enterprise clients. The deal, announced Tuesday, is structured like a partnership rather than an acquisition, said Tapad CEO Sigvart Voss Eriksen. Tapad’s managed media and creative teams will join Brand Networks to helpContinue reading »

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Facebook Shares More Audience Data Via Carefully Controlled ‘Clean Rooms’

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Ask Facebook for access to its data and the official answer is going to be, “Nope.” But under certain circumstances, a limited number of advertisers and agencies are tapping into impression-level Facebook campaign delivery data, AdExchanger has learned. The data-sharing arrangements are euphemistically referred to as “clean rooms.” These clean rooms are safe spaces whereContinue reading »

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