Research shows that transport and logistics leaders feel that IOT and wearables will become key.
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No doubt, more brands and app companies are leaning toward creating, customising, and implementing programmatic strategies in-house. This represents a significant shift in media buying, and can also be considered to be a part of a larger transformation of the whole communication strategy.
That time is fast running out. Without third-party cookies and with fewer individual identifiers from iPhones, aspects of digital marketing that we have come to take for granted and barely think about – such as, frequency capping – are about to be seriously impacted.
We sat down with Greg Isbister, co-founder and CEO at Blis and Amy Fox product director at Blis, a company reinventing programmatic location-powered advertising for a privacy first-world.
For the latest in our NDA Meets podcast series NDA caught up with Justin Lim, General Manager, Asia Pacific, Sublime.
This year mobile app advertising has been facing up to the delayed impact of Apple’s privacy changes. Where web advertising went through Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) and the limiting of third-party cookies in Safari several years ago, mobile app advertising is now navigating the challenges of Apple’s iOS14.5 and its IDFA restrictions.
With the digital advertising industry worth around $400B and mobile representing nearly 70% of that number, it would be safe to say there is enough data being generated to allow brands to make informed decisions about what does and doesn’t work when it comes to deciding where and when to place their mobile ads.