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Monetizing web traffic on cookieless browsers with PoolHost

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PoolHost, an online office pool and sports site, was looking to monetize their traffic on cookieless browsers like Safari. Ready for a new and exciting opportunity, they partnered with Epsilon to pilot our publisher identity solution, Publisher Link. But the initiative had to start somewhere. Here's how Epsilon and PoolHost worked together to create a dynamic solution that increased overall ad fill rate, impression count and earnings. 

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How are marketers actually solving for identity in a cookieless world?

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Identity resolution was a major challenge for marketers even before they were confronted with the phase-out of third-party cookies and mobile ad IDs. It’s increasingly important to construct a single, coherent, actionable view of customers across online and offline touchpoints, while understanding the barriers to bringing that vision to life. Take away third-party cookies, and it can make an already-difficult situation seem impossible.

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What does the next wave of retail media look like?

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Retail media has really grown up. An eMarketer report showed that ecommerce site advertising grew 38% YOY in 2020—totaling more than $17 billion. Retail media is a true win-win opportunity for smart retailers looking for a high-growth revenue stream and a path for brands to access their first-party audiences.

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What does the next wave of retail media look like?

what-does-the-next-wave-of-retail-media-look-like?

Retail media has really grown up. An eMarketer report showed that ecommerce site advertising grew 38% YOY in 2020—totaling more than $17 billion. Retail media is a true win-win opportunity for smart retailers looking for a high-growth revenue stream and a path for brands to access their first-party audiences.

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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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What is the difference between first and third party cookies?

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Cookies identify online users and have become a mainstay of digital advertising. As web servers have no memory of their own, cookies are used to make websites remember the user’s action, so they aren’t asked to perform a task again and again. As a result, they help provide a better, more personalized user experience. And while most marketers know this broad definition, getting into the…

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What is the difference between first and third party cookies?

what-is-the-difference-between-first-and-third-party-cookies?

Cookies identify online users and have become a mainstay of digital advertising. As web servers have no memory of their own, cookies are used to make websites remember the user’s action, so they aren’t asked to perform a task again and again. As a result, they help provide a better, more personalized user experience. And while most marketers know this broad definition, getting into the…

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What marketers can learn from direct-to-consumer brands during COVID

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The “new normal” is a popular term in marketing right now, but the truth is, we’ve dealt with similar seismic shifts before and found our way through them. Following the 2008 recession, direct-to-consumer brands sprung up out of hardships similar to those faced currently during the Covid-19 pandemic: an economic downturn, decreased consumer spending and a decline in job opportunities. Savvy entrepreneurs found smarter, cheaper…

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What marketers can learn from direct-to-consumer brands during COVID

what-marketers-can-learn-from-direct-to-consumer-brands-during-covid

The “new normal” is a popular term in marketing right now, but the truth is, we’ve dealt with similar seismic shifts before and found our way through them. Following the 2008 recession, direct-to-consumer brands sprung up out of hardships similar to those faced currently during the Covid-19 pandemic: an economic downturn, decreased consumer spending and a decline in job opportunities. Savvy entrepreneurs found smarter, cheaper…

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Ask the expert: How can retailers succeed this holiday season?

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When shelter-in-place orders were first instated in March, retailers had to close their doors in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, resulting in a steep drop in sales for everyone. While the decline was not totally out of the blue, retailers are still feeling the pressure: according to Epsilon data, consumers across generations still have mixed feelings around when they will return to…

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How retailers are adapting their back-to-school planning

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The back-to-school shopping season is going to be different for all this year – brands, students, teachers, parents and so on. Everything seems different as we continue to adapt to this ‘new norm’. In fact, from our recent research, we learned that over 67% of consumers across generations feel that things are never going to be the same again. With so many ‘unknowns’ and speculation…

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