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6 ingredients to create a fully baked identity strategy

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Identity. It’s the holy grail sitting at the core of digital advertising and powering personalization, measurement and efficiency. With third-party cookie deprecation looming and Apple’s pending IDFA changes this spring, marketers are preparing for a future where identity resolution can be achieved without heavily relying on such ingredients. While some brands have been preparing for years, others are still collecting ingredients and figuring out how…

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How identity resolution can help solve healthcare’s biggest marketing challenge

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In marketing circles, it’s long been true that when it comes to customers “the more you know, the more you grow.” Having a thorough understanding of existing customers not only ensures that marketers can best communicate in ways that resonate and compel customers to action, but can also help them find new ones. How? By drilling down into their characteristics and then looking for other…

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The essential guide to customer acquisition

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Customer acquisition is all about getting as many high-value, in-market consumers in the door as possible and is arguably one of the most important initiatives for any business. It allows brands to build a client base, enable customer loyalty programs and minimize costs to increase return on investment (ROI). It can also be one of the most difficult initiatives. In order to succeed, brands need to…

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Identity 101: Respecting consumer privacy while maintaining optimal CX

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Consumer privacy in digital advertising remains a hot topic that seems to evolve every day. Consumers increasingly care more and more about how their data is collected by brands, publishers, and social media sites to create personalized ad experiences. They want to be sure they have full transparency into how it’s used. What’s changing, a new group of consumers is emerging: one willing to act…

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The value of machine learning for non-profits

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For years ‘big data’ has been talked about and utilized in a variety of ways. The most common methods in which non-profits leverage big data is to identify prospects for new donor acquisition and to model housefile donors to determine seasonality, ask and offer. It’s important to note that all these predictions are made possible through the power of machine learning algorithms.

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The value of machine learning for non-profits

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For years ‘big data’ has been talked about and utilized in a variety of ways. The most common methods in which non-profits leverage big data is to identify prospects for new donor acquisition and to model housefile donors to determine seasonality, ask and offer. It’s important to note that all these predictions are made possible through the power of machine learning algorithms.

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New Epsilon consumer sentiment research released: What marketers can learn from holiday 2020

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With the holidays right around the corner, marketers are putting the final touches on their holiday campaigns. During Halloween, we learned that consumer spending in home décor greatly increased, as consumers were looking for ways to create holiday excitement with the modified celebrations and trick-or-treat policies due to COVID. According to the National Retail Federation, consumer household spending on décor increased close to 7% from…

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New Epsilon consumer sentiment research released: What marketers can learn from holiday 2020

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With the holidays right around the corner, marketers are putting the final touches on their holiday campaigns. During Halloween, we learned that consumer spending in home décor greatly increased, as consumers were looking for ways to create holiday excitement with the modified celebrations and trick-or-treat policies due to COVID. According to the National Retail Federation, consumer household spending on décor increased close to 7% from…

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