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Marketing

Cookies are on the way out. Here’s why there’s nothing to fear.

By Marketing

Google announced in January that they will be phasing out cookies in their Chrome browser within the next two years. This change will impact the ability of advertisers to deliver targeted messages in cookie-based media channels. At BRIDGE, we are ready to address these changes. Here are our marketplace principles that will guide our work in solving this for our customers and partners. 1. Technology accelerates everything This is nothing to fear. As it has…

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How Fortnite changed the game for mobile app developers

By Marketing, Multi-Channel, Social Media

Recently, the makers of Fortnite took a wild chance, pulling their massively-popular game offline for 48 hours. Users spent lots of time staring at a “black hole,” and Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, didn’t provide much information about what was happening. The lack of info only drummed up excitement, leading to countless streams, tweets, and articles. The New York Times covered the “black hole.” Variety hailed Fortnite’s “masterful stroke.” The general consensus was: by…

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digital marketing metrics

Traditional marketing metrics are broken. Here’s what to look at instead.

By Marketing

The metrics that digital marketers have to deal with are bad. There, we said it. Open rates. CTR. Impressions. While offering bits and pieces of the story, none of these metrics actually tell you if a real person saw your message, engaged with it, and bought your product. Sure, old-school metrics serve a purpose — it’s nice to know when one email outperforms another, so you can take note of its subject line, for instance…

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We’ve joined the Digital Advertising Alliance. Here’s what that means.

By Data, Marketing, Privacy

Transparency. Accountability. Control. All important things, especially in a world where some publishers and ad tech vendors place a less-than-ideal emphasis on user privacy. But around these parts, we take users’ privacy seriously. The only good privacy policy is one in which you’re completely honest with your users, and we’ve long advocated for unified national privacy law. Which is why we’re excited to announce that we’ve joined the Digital Advertising Alliance. The DAA is a…

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