Episode 18: Google Attribution and Trust

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we take a look at the data access changes from Google post-GDPR and how that impacts the ability to independently measure ROI.  With Google limiting access for further data integration, how will this impact true attribution modeling?  What will be the impact felt by advertisers and who currently has access to Google’s Ads Data Hub?  In addition, we take a look at info coming out of Cannes regarding trust in social media.

You can find the WSJ article I referenced here (subscription required).

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Episode 16: IAB Tech Lab Data Transparency Standards

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we review the Data Transparency Standards for audience targeting released for comment by the IAB Tech Lab at the end of May.  The first two parts of this four-part framework are available for comment until July 16th.  What does the framework hope to accomplish?  How will advertisers benefit?  What innovation can we expect from the tech industry as a result of the adoption of this framework?  All of this and more in this week’s episode.  Thanks for listening!

You can find the IAB Tech Lab framework here.

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Episode 15: Accenture, Adobe, and GDPR Lawsuits

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we take a look at what turned out to be a very newsworthy week.  We discuss Accenture Interactive getting into programmatic buying and why is this a conflict of interest.  In addition, Adobe acquired Magento Commerce to enhance their Experience Cloud and we look at what that means for their customers.   Finally, Google and Facebook were hit with the first lawsuits after GDPR week began.  All of this and more in this week’s episode.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 11: Ad Viewability – We Deserve Better Standards

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This week’s Analytics Neat starts off with a look at two newsworthy items from the past week:  the updated martech landscape and the GDPR limitations of the Doubleclick ID.  We will then jump into a discussion about the viewability standards for ads in the marketplace and why we deserve better.  How does the private marketplace play into this?  What are the standard definitions for viewability across major platforms?  All of this and more in this week’s episode.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 9: Google GDPR, Celebrus, and the Data Chain of Custody Problem

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This week’s episode of Analytics Neat starts with a look at the newest GDPR-related features from Google.  We will also do a walkthrough of two updates from Celebrus that caught my attention, including a very cool integration with Adobe Analytics.  Finally, we’ll tie it all together with a concept I coined as the “data chain of custody” problem in the industry.

You can access the GDPR framework service I mention in the podcast here.

Google Policies for data can be accessed here.

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Episode 1: Adobe and GDPR

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Our first episode of Analytics Neat reviews recent communication from Adobe to its customers related to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation.  We explore why this matters to brands and some questions to think about as an organization in this short-format podcast.

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