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  • 3 Areas of Change for Demand-Side Platforms in 2017

    …, custom built bidders for programmatic display, proprietary algorithms, and improved integration with marketing technology stacks – such as IBM Unica and Adobe Neolane – do not even scratch the surface of potential developments for DSPs. These are just some of the themes that have the ability to become differentiators for AdTech companies. Today…

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  • 3 Areas of Change for Demand-Side Platforms in 2017

    …, custom built bidders for programmatic display, proprietary algorithms, and improved integration with marketing technology stacks – such as IBM Unica and Adobe Neolane – do not even scratch the surface of potential developments for DSPs. These are just some of the themes that have the ability to become differentiators for AdTech companies. Today…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 20 readers -
  • Balloons, Bubble Gum, and Martech: Which One Doesn’t Belong?

    … Unlike balloons and bubble gum, MarTech won’t burst when extended to what seems like a breaking point. Instead, the MarTech industry will continue to shift and stretch and adjust to change and innovation—just as it’s done over the past several years. It may seem that the industry’s current growth is unsustainable. Many have asked whether…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 20 readers -
  • The Myth of the DMP in Marketing

    … Data Management Platforms (DMPs) came on the scene a few years ago and are seen by many as the savior of marketing. Here, they say, we can have the “golden record” for our customers. In the DMP, vendors promise that you can collect all the information you need for a 360-degree view of the customer. The only problem — it’s just not true. Gartner…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 21 readers -
  • The Future of Analytics – Ask the Experts

    … Estimated reading time: 12 minutes, 4 seconds If we look back over the past five years, we have seen some huge changes across the digital marketing landscape and one of the areas that we have seen significant changes is in the world of analytics. From call tracking and tag management to attribution and DMPs, we have seen them all make…

    Samantha Noble/ State of Digital- 27 readers -
  • I Wish Marketers Would Stop Saying This…

    …. The statement I wish marketers would stop saying is, We tried that and it didn’t work. I question their definition of tried as well as their question of didn’t work. We had one prospect, as an example, that stated they didn’t do SEO because all their prospects came from Facebook. I asked where they were putting all their budget… not suprisingly…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 7 readers -
  • One Tech Stack To Rule Them All: Potential Programmatic Pitfalls

    … Agencies tend to pigeonhole programmatic vendors. Some vendors are used for specific goals such as prospecting, others for specific tactics (site retargeting, etc.), and still others for the third-party data they can provide. There's a certain logic to the approach. It makes it easier for agencies to keep things simple. Every vendor gets…

    Dax Hamman/ Marketing Landin Display- 27 readers -
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