Five Steps to Owning Your Brand’s Customer Identity

Learn the five steps you should take to own your brand's customer identity ... Read more

It’s 8 AM. Do you know where your customers are?

Learn what an identity graph is and why it matters to your people-based marketing. ... Read more

Digital Expectations in a TV World

​The following post was recently published by Martech Advisor.

Now that advertisers have grown comfortable with the precise targeting and measurement of digital advertising, they expect to have the same ability in traditional advertising, including the medium advertisers choose to spend the most dollars in:  television. And while digital-like targeting and measurement isn’t yet possible with linear television, it is with addressable TV.  Households accessible via addressable TV can receive different ads based on who they are and what they are likely to buy. ... Read more

Your Most Valuable Targets All Live Under One Roof

Marketers all recognize the need to target campaigns with as much precision as possible. But there are times when it’s possible to be too precise, and the family home is the place where that can happen. ... Read more

Can Sales Lift Measurement Reduce Ad Fraud Risk?

Marketers debate how precisely brands should target their digital ads. Meanwhile, numerous studies have proven the value and efficiency of being able to target people based on very specific data — such as the brand of soap they buy or the age and make of the car they drive — showing it to be more effective than general demographic targeting. However, ad fraud can undermine the surgical-strike efficiencies of well-targeted digital advertising without the proper measures in place to uncover and mitigate fraud risk.  ... Read more

2017 Benchmarks: The Big 9 Takeaways

Our 2017 Benchmarks captures key data points from 248 sales lift measurement studies, performed by Nielsen Catalina Solutions, involving 138 brands. When I say sales lift, I really mean sales lift based on honest-to-goodness actual in-store sales data, not guesstimated from having seen people visit a grocery store with their smartphone at some point. ... Read more