DrivenIQ Buys Visitor Data Inc. to Identify Website Visitors

Data compilers may be threatened by new privacy rules, but they also see an opportunity to serve marketers who are looking for new lists.  DrivenIQ provides auto dealers and retailers with tech to identify anonymous website visitors, in ways that are not entirely clear but they swear are fully privacy compliant.  They just bought Visitor Data Inc., which uses “double opted-in first-party data pixel technology” to match mobile device IDs with names, emails, phone numbers, and street addresses.

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Privacy Notices Build Consumer Trust: The CMO Survey

March 21, 2022

The CMO Survey from Duke Fuqua School of Business is an industry institution, now in its 28th edition since 2008.  The current report has lots of interesting data on privacy, trust, digital spend, and climate change, as well as the usual reports on marketing budgets.  Fun facts: 45% of marketers think privacy notices positively impact customers’ thoughts about their brands, even though 95% think consumers don’t read the disclosures very carefully.

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Tealium Adds New Integration Features

March 18, 2022

Tealium’s latest update is aimed at strengthening its position as a data-focused CDP.  New features include no-code data integration workflows, lookup tables outside of customer profiles, data synchronization with other systems, and real-time transformations on incoming data streams.  The company also has new connectors for conversion APIs from Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others, and for messaging systems including Braze and Airship.

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