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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.
Programmed for the future: Five programmatic advertising trends
Despite all the prophecies of doom and fears, programmatic advertising continues to scoop up a steadily increasing share of the advertising market. Here you can read about the five programmatic advertising trends that will shape the online marketing cosmos in 2020 and beyond.
AI at work: Automated ad placement with programmatic advertising
Digital advertising is becoming more and more programmatic. In programmatic advertising, AI delivers the data that make it possible to present the right content to each user at the right time. Will traditional media planning soon be obsolete?
Here’s how to find the right CRM software for your business
From startups to large conglomerates: CRM software optimizes customer care, supports lead generation and facilitates numerous work processes. Here you can read which CRM types are available and which criteria need to be observed.
Automation technology: how companies can harmonize marketing and sales
The toolkit used by marketers and sales professionals is full to bursting. More and more channels have to be filled with content, while new tools and changing customer requirements are increasing the effort required and the complexity of everyday work. Smart all-in-one software solutions that automate processes and standardize them across department boundaries can help integrate marketing and sales, and therefore make better use of potentials.
Messengers in corporate communications: more than notifications with emojis
Rarely has a digital trend been so abruptly stalled as the hype surrounding messenger newsletters. In just a few months, WhatsApp will be removing them from its offering. Oliver Diepes from Plan.Net Neo explains why the great era of messenger communication has only just begun.
Familiar yet new: Acoustic focuses its attention on marketing
Following its acquisition by Centerbridge Partners, the IBM spin-off is presenting itself as an independent company on the market.