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Back in early 2020, Google announced that it intended to stop supporting third-party cookies by 2022. Google is the largest player in the browser market and wants to eliminate third-party cookies in Chrome. Other browser providers, including Mo...
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A new advertising world: a look at the alternatives to third-party cookies
Soon, Google will be following the lead of other browser providers by no longer supporting tracking with third-party cookies. What are the alternatives? Katharina Arntzen from Google provides some first-hand facts on the matter.
Online fraud running into the billions: 10 tips to avoid ad fraud
100 million dollars every day! That is the level that experts at Juniper Research expect losses caused by online advertising fraud to reach by 2023. We reveal the best ways to protect yourself against ad fraud.
Media buying: class over mass!
Google’s third-party cookie plans and the latest data protection regulations are changing the rules of the game for advertisers. As a result, marketers are starting to redefine their priorities when it comes to media buying.
TikTok advertising: Overblown hype or marketing must-have?
Social media platform TikTok may be on the rise, but so far, only a few companies have used it to advertise their brand – so is its potential being wasted? Read on to learn how to make the TikTok trend work for you.
Online targeting: Why publishers need to gear up for the post-cookie era now
As we edge towards the end of the cookie era, publishers cannot afford to delay taking a (pro)active approach to the significant challenges that lie ahead. This calls for strategies that will not simply allow personalized advertising in the future, but actually improve it.
DMEXCO marketing precap part 5: performance marketing trends of 2021
In part 5 of our 2021 marketing precap, Klickwunder’s Michel Ramanarivo ventures an outlook on the 6 performance marketing trends that will shape digital advertising in 2021. Technology, addressing, and format will be what it’s all about!
DMEXCO marketing precap part 3: data trends of 2021
In the medium term, long-established data collection strategies will no longer bring the desired success. Marco Szeidenleder, founder and Managing Partner of Pandata, shows us what data trends to expect in 2021.
What awaits the advertising industry after third-party cookies become extinct?
The imminent end of third-party cookies is a turning point for the online advertising sector. It is still not entirely clear how the demise of cookies will impact personalized advertising, and a similar across-the-board solution has yet to emerge.
12.03.2020
Single sign-on (SSO) – Sven Bornemann from EnID about netID, SSO and ePrivacy
In the days of ePrivacy and the death of the third-party cookie, the digital economy is turning to log-in tracking methods. SSO via netID promises better data protection and transparency.
Come out, come out, wherever you are: how hidden Instagram like counts could affect your marketing
The number of likes is no longer visible for the first subjects on Instagram. Inevitably, this change will transform how companies use the platform.