It’s been a busy year for digital advertising industry regulators. How will the latest legislation impact advertising and marketing professionals?
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A fascinating (non-advertising industry) look into how every connected individual is tracked, can be targeted with advertising, and how anonymity may not be we believe it to be.
Over the last ten years, programmatic buying and the rise of ad tech changed the face of digital advertising. Look back on what impacted the industry from the rise of the walled gardens to mobile’s meteoric rise to the decline of ad networks.
New year, new laws. While CCPA may be a focus for many marketers, the hottest opportunity in advertising may be in cannabis. With 33 states allowing medicinal, there are 11 states who have legalized recreational sales, not to mention the green-rush that is CBD. Take a look at the creative approaches marketers took in showcasing (and normalizing) cannabis to the masses.
Marketers are seeking a more complete view of their audience. The following shifts are predicted to take place in 2020 – clarity will reign over clutter, campaign KPIs will change, and cookies will give way to connections. As we approach this next decade, we can expect to see cookie dependence for brands to decrease and brands will turn to richer, direct connections with their audiences.
2019 has come to a close, and it featured key developments for programmatic advertising. From the rapid growth in over-the-top (OTT) and connected TV to significant improvements in addressable advertising to the current implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act, 2019 saw momentous developments in the programmatic space that will change industry standards this year.
LiveRamp is distancing itself from location data. With the recent privacy regulations like the CCPA and GDPR and new iOS features that aim to cut down on location tracking, the location data business will be getting a bit complicated from a privacy perspective. LiveRamp will be focusing on data manufacturing business and focusing on their strategy on operating a neutral and open marketplace to connect high-quality, ethically-sourced data sources with data buyers.
On February 4, Google will be rolling out a new Chrome update that includes a new approach to cookies. The SameSite update will require website owners to explicitly state label the third-party cookies that can be used on other sites. Cookies without this proper labeling will no longer work in the Chrome browser. Chrome currently has 64% of the browser market. Chrome already offers user the ability to block third-party cookies. This change will allow users more control over their settings.
AR Puts the Person in Personalized Advertising [:04]
With investment in augmented reality (AR) advertising beginning to boom, the global market is expected to grow over 30% each year to 2023. The hardware and software technology has improved for AR and opened up unique advertising opportunities, most notably through Facebook and Snapchat.