Marketers Should Worry More About Cookie Loss: IAB Report

Marketers are overconfident in their ability to adjust to the loss of third-party cookies, scolds this IAB report.  While 77% say they’re prepared for the changes, most are not taking steps like collecting more first party data (59%), changing measurement strategies (66%) or using more AI (69%).  One reason marketers may be chill: the report notes that cookie loss directly impacts up to $10 billion in open real time programmatic ad bidding, but not that this is a tiny fraction of the $700 billion global ad market.

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Tech Mahindra partners with to bolster enterprise customer experiences with conversational AI

February 10, 2022

Tech Mahindra, one of India’s top IT firms, said on Monday that it is collaborating with, a total experience automation platform to bolster enterprise customer experiences with conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI). As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra and will work towards developing next-gen conversational-AI solutions to elevate omnichannel capabilities such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Resources Management System (HRMS), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).

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Apple Search Ad Network Gained from Apple Privacy Rules: Singular Research

February 9, 2022

Mobile ads aren’t much impacted by the loss of third-party cookies, but Apple’s post-iOS 14.5 restrictions on its IDFA device ID has a similar effect.  Attribution company Singular reports the Apple changes hurt ROI for social networks and boosted results for intent-based networks.  It may not be entirely coincidental that the Apple’s own Search Ads Network was among the big winners.

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Adobe Adds New Integrations for Real Time CDP

March 22, 2023

Adobe is running its Summit conference this week, which means lots of product announcements.  Real-Time CDP has its share, including customer segments created by generative AI and various types of integrations with Merkle, Epsilon, LiveRamp, Adobe Commerce, Marketo Engage, Amazon Ads, and TikTok.  They also announced general availability of Privacy and Security Shield, a package of privacy features including HIPAA support.

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