Entries Tagged as 'Privacy'
by Andrew Frank | February 28, 2013 | Comments Off
If there was any doubt that social media and big data are joining forces to revolutionize marketing, this announcement from Facebook should put it to rest: “Today, we’re expanding custom audiences to allow businesses to use Datalogix, Epsilon, Acxiom, and BlueKai to further enhance the ads they run on Facebook.” In other words, marketers will [...]
Category: Advertising Data-Driven Marketing digital marketing Media Tags: Advertising, Data-Driven Marketing, digital marketing, Facebook, Privacy, Social Media
by Andrew Frank | March 11, 2009 | Comments Off
The tension and speculation over Google’s anticipated entry into the hazardous world of behavioral targeting has been growing since its acquisition of DoubleClick, much of whose value lies in its visibility of consumer activity across a vast array of websites. Now, the curtain has been lifted, in characteristic Google style, in a blog post not-so-subtly [...]
Category: Advertising Media Tags: Advertising, BT, Google, Privacy
by Andrew Frank | February 24, 2009 | 5 Comments
Last June, Yahoo!’s CEO Jerry Yang announced, "We believe that the convergence of search and display is the next major development in the evolution of the rapidly changing online advertising industry.” More recently, Google CEO Eric Schmidt echoed this notion when he indicated his company would focus on "bringing the science of search to the [...]
Category: Advertising Media Tags: Advertising, Behavioral Targeting, Display, Google, Marketing, Media, Privacy, Search, Yahoo!
by Andrew Frank | September 26, 2008 | Comments Off
Watching AT&T, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon representatives testify at the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee hearing on broadband providers and consumer privacy made me wonder how long we can talk in generalities about online privacy and advertising without rolling out some storyboards. Behavioral targeting veteran Dave Morgan offers a nice summary on MediaPost of the [...]
Category: Uncategorized Tags: Behavioral Targeting, DPI, Privacy