Twitter Drops 3rd Party Data Providers-
Third-party data integration takes another hit as Twitter decides to walk away. This means the pressure is on advertisers to dig up their own consumer info if they want it for targeting ads.
“Twitter said it would stop integrating with third-party data providers, like Acxiom, Oracle Data Cloud, Epsilon and others, which have vast reserves of consumer data broken down into target audiences for advertisers. The targets identify people based on age, gender, income, family status and other characteristics.” – Garett Sloane, writing for AdAge
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SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY
Selling More on Instagram with Shoppable Posts–
Gone are the days when shopping on Instagram was limited to the links in IG stories, or on the link found in your bio. The platform has become a lot more convenient to shoppers since the intro of Instagram’s Shoppable Post feature. But are you taking the best advantage for the benefit of your customers?
“All business accounts on Instagram have access to analytics in their shoppable posts, such as knowing how many people viewed their product information or have completed a click-through on a product page.” – Kevin Urrutia
Turning LinkedIn Website Demographics Into a Marketing Tool-
Sure, once you convert website visitors you can learn a lot about them. But if they don’t convert, no data, right? Consider LinkedIn Website Demographics.
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