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  • Comic: PII Shop

    Journos On Wall Street; IP Address Deprecation Means More Disruption

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Church And Stock News publishers have had some business model challenges lately. That’s not news to anyone.  But one startup hopes to avoid the news industry’s advertiser drop-off and subscription malaise.  The startup, called Hunterbrook, will commission news stories from journalists, while an […]

  • A Recipe To Cut SEO Crap; Who Dedupes The Dedupers?

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Cook The Books Google is warning recipe bloggers to post pertinent information (which is to say, the ingredients and recipe) in visible, accessible parts of their site or risk being down-ranked in search results.  “To me, this seems like some sort of warning […]

  • GroupM North America Says Goodbye To Kirk McDonald; Meta’s Gambit Pays Off

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Heads Will Roll CEO Kirk McDonald is out at GroupM North America, Insider reports. WPP’s revenue growth tumbled in the US this year, which the company blamed on tech clients curtailing their ad spend. GroupM North America has fared particularly poorly, putting GroupM, […]

  • Performance Max Adds Search Themes; BuzzFeed Selling Complex Illustrates Digital Media Woes

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Variation On A Theme Google launched a new Performance Max search feature called “search themes,” a rare opportunity to learn from the black box that is PMax campaigns. Search themes are broad terms that can inform targeting, even if the company doesn’t bid […]

  • Comic: Cookies n' Chrome

    Only The CMA Can Kill The Cookie; AMC Makes Linear TV More Programmatic

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Another Cookie Delay? The third-party cookie might receive another stay of execution – and this time it wouldn’t be Google pushing the deadline. The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) reiterated that Google won’t be allowed to kill cookies next year unless the […]

  • Amazon UnBoxes Its Latest Ads Tools; TV’s Ad Viewability Problem

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Help Me, Help Me Amazon announced ad platform upgrades at its annual UnBoxed conference, just ahead of quarterly earnings today. Like Google, Amazon is now a content fortress with its own cloud, which means that when it makes ad tech updates, the result […]

  • Chrome Joins The Private Relay Race; Did Snapchat Miss Its Shot?

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Mis-Addressed Google Chrome will reintroduce a way to disable tracking by IP address by giving users a toggle to block IP tracking. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the product works not unlike Apple’s Private Relay – and will have a similar impact on […]

  • How The World’s Largest Advertisers Fared This Year; Netflix Takes A Tiny Step Toward Transparency

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. View From The Top  The world’s largest advertisers have … not changed much in the past year. The top five advertisers – Amazon, L’Oréal, Alibaba, Procter & Gamble and Samsung – held their positions in the latest Ad Age World’s Largest Advertisers ranking. […]

  • Comic: Media Planner Barbie

    Publishers Grapple With The “Post-Social” Web; The Plight Of The 25-Year-Old Media Planner

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. The ‘Post-Social’ Web The writing is on the wall: Big Tech is breaking up with news, and the traffic publishers used to rely on from search and social media isn’t coming back any time soon. Last week, Google cut about 40 positions from […]

  • Should Meta Stop Trying To Make Reels Happen?; Competition And Privacy Are Two Sides Of One Coin

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. For Reels? Meta is struggling to convince advertisers that Reels can be a valuable marketing channel, The Information reports. Since Reels is more of a branding play, it doesn’t fit neatly within the broader Facebook and Instagram flywheel, which primarily centers on direct […]

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Topsort can lean into Moloco’s algorithmic personalization, while Moloco benefits from Topsort’s footprint with local retailers in the US and in Latin America.

CDP BlueConic Acquires First-Party Data Collection Startup Jebbit

On Wednesday, customer data platform BlueConic bought Jebbit, which creates quizzes, surveys and other interactive online plugs for collecting data from customers.

Comic: The Showdown (Google vs. DOJ)

The DOJ’s Witness List For The Google Antitrust Trial Is A Who’s Who Of Advertising

The DOJ published the witness list for its upcoming antitrust trial against Google, and it reads like the online advertising industry’s answer to the Social Register.

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Why Vodafone Is Giving Out Grades For Its Creative

One way to get a handle on your brand creative is to, well, grade your homework, according to Anne Stilling, Vodafone’s global director of brands and media.

Inside The Fall Of Oracle’s Advertising Business

By now, the industry is well aware that Oracle, once the most prominent advertising data seller in market, will shut down its advertising division. What’s behind the ignominious end of Oracle Advertising?

Forget about asking for permission to collect cookies. Google will have to ask for permission to not collect them.

Criteo: The Privacy Sandbox Is NOT Ready Yet, But Could Be If Google Makes Certain Changes Soon

If Google were to shut off third-party cookies today and implement the current version of the Privacy Sandbox, publishers would see their ad revenue on Chrome tank by around 60% on average.