The dominoes are falling on data providers who fail to meet privacy standards. Fully permissioned PII is the path forward.
Don’t let Google control your cookieless destiny Suddenly, marketers need options. Here’s why you should forge your own path this time. If you build it, they will come. And spend hundreds of billions of dollars. And be beholden to you forever. (Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha….) That’s the Google business model. I guess “Don’t be evil” just had a […]
Don’t get stranded at the cookie party, put PII on speed dial When Google delayed blocking third-party cookies until 2023, the party animals took it as a sign to keep on raving. Two more years! That’s like, so long from now! Wooooohooooooo, cookies are the party that never stops! Thing is, the sun is coming […]
PII scary? Not when it’s done right. Somewhere along the way, the perception of personally identifiable information (PII) morphed into a huge scary monster lurking under the bed. “It has nine eyes!” “Sharp claws!” “It eats children!” For what it’s worth, the naysayers, privacy hawks, and even your average consumer could be forgiven for having […]
Marketers are coming to terms with the fact that they can’t have their cookies and eat them too. With Big Tech maneuvering to escape the crosshairs of regulators, lawmakers, and privacy advocates alike, tracking cookies have emerged as key collateral damage. Good riddance. In the absence of more effective, cost-efficient alternatives, cookies rose to prominence […]
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 […]
You want to build a global audience. You want to make sure it’s full of real, verified people. You want to perform U.S.-style ad targeting in countries outside the U.S. All valid objectives. But up until recently, you may have faced obstacles. Perhaps your global data was sparse or didn’t come from reliable sources. Perhaps […]