Apple iOS14 and Its Effect on Advertisers

Apple continues to set precedent and leads the way on protecting their users' privacy. They're implementing and adhering to ATT with the new iOS14 update.    What is ATT exactly? Simply put, ATT stands for App Tracking Transparency. It’s a change to Apple's privacy and data collection policy that requires mobile marketers to ask consent from users in order to...

Someone Killed the Cookie: A Whodunnit for the Digital Age

“C” is for “cookie”... but “C” is also for “crime.” And this particular game of “CLUE” is a lot trickier to solve. No weapons, no bodies… just the premeditated murder of the third-party cookie. There are suspects, to be sure: Mr. Google. Madame Safari. Professor Chrome. And Ms. Firefox, to name a few. Each with motive and opportunity to off...

Digital Accessibility: Three Quick Tips for ADA Compliance

Digital accessibility isn’t just good business in 2020 -- in many cases, it’s the law. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires certain organizations to make accommodations for people with disabilities. This means web content must be accessible to the visually impaired, deaf users, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers, or other assistive technologies. Maintaining an ADA-compliant...

Why Focusing on First-Party Data Should Be First on Your List

What’s the Big Deal with First-Party Data?  Do any of the following statements describe your organization? "We want to create brand awareness." "We want to create brand loyalty." "We want to generate leads, and we want to run multi-channel campaigns." If you answered yes, first-party data needs to be a focus of conversations. According to eMarketer, 85% of U.S. marketers...

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Hey, Alexa…is Voice Search Here to Stay?

There are roughly 118 million smart speakers in American homes today. And, research shows that three out of five adults use voice search to find information on the internet. Many believe next year, half of all searches will have shifted from the keyboard to the microphone. I know this may be hard to believe, but take a moment to watch...