Email Marketing’s Increasing Role as Third-Party Cookies Disappear

While some think that Google giving marketers two more years to prepare for the depreciation of third-party cookies will lead to complacency, I hope that brands maintain the momentum of recent months. Without a doubt, this change across the entire online advertising industry is causing a major shift in digital advertising targeting and identity management. Every marketer would be wise to use this extra time to collect alternative IDs and more zero- and first-party data assets so they can continue to create effective ad campaigns. Email marketing will have a role to play in addressing both of those needs.

Let’s look at five ways that email marketing’s role will grow as priorities shift to cope with the sunsetting of third-party cookies…

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