05 Apr

“Real-Time” Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means – But It Should

These days, ad tech firms are throwing around the phrase “real-time” the way that some supermarkets throw around the phrase “freshly baked.” It sounds nice, right? You think you know what that means. That loaf of bread might have been “freshly baked” at some point – but was it “freshly baked” a w...

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29 Mar

Data Freshness is at the Core of Cross-Device Accuracy

Published on Mobile Marketing Watch
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At Screen6, we have long believed that the solutions in place for cross-device tracking require a fresh set of eyes. It is important that the entire industry that has become reliant on cross-device identification, from buyers to sellers t...

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22 Mar

The Match Game, Cookie Syncing Is So 1995

Published on MediaPost
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Cookie syncing and audience matching is a process by which disparate pools of cookies are mapped to each other between two platforms such as a DSP and a SSP. Cookies, by nature, are domain-specific so the purpose of cookie syncing is to help platforms...

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