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As the cookie crumbles, what comes next for digital advertisers?

The end of third-party cookies will soon be a reality for marketers and as adtech and martech players move to adapt, there will be a range of new tools for identification. What alternatives are emerging and how do they handle protecting user privacy and providing addressability?

Digital Marketing

How COVID-19 is impacting digital ad spend

Some 86 per cent of brands have changed their digital ad spend over the last month, with more than half reporting they are reviewing advertising plans on a daily basis, according to the COVID-19 Digital Ad Impact survey conducted by IAB Australia.

Digital Marketing

Panel debates the challenges facing digital audio advertising

Panelists shared their views about how brands can assess what is a good place to start with audio advertising and how they can fit it in with their wider strategy with moderator Stephanie Famolaro from the Trade Desk. And there were some bold predictions about how audio will assume primacy in a screen-less future.

Digital Marketing

Can blockchain deliver on its big advertising promises?

The US Super Bowl has become as much about the football and half-time performances as it has about the ads. And this year’s game was notable not just for J Lo and Shakira, but a less visible innovation - blockchain-based digital advertising by Avocados from Mexico.

Digital Marketing

5 things marketers should know about data privacy in 2020

Data Privacy Day is today (January 28) and with legislation being implemented around the world and large platforms like Google phasing out cookies, marketers are scrambling to balance privacy requirements with customer expectations around not not data collection, but the personalised communications they now expect.

Digital Marketing

​Predictions: 9 digital marketing predictions for 2020

What does 2020 hold for digital marketers, and marketing generally? We ask a raft of industry experts from the marketing technology and industry community to give us their thoughts on 2020 and beyond, and what marketers will need to know moving forward.

Digital Marketing

Predictions: 10 Customer experience trends for 2020

These days, most marketers recognise customer experience (CX) is vital for a healthy, profitable brand. But while most marketers want to offer good CX, how best to go about it seems to be the sticking point.

Digital Marketing

IAB gets new chair

The Interactive Advertising Bureau of Australia (IAB) has confirmed Nine’s director of sales and publishing as its new chair.

Digital Marketing

Report: Two-thirds of digital media to be programmatic in 2019

​Sixty-five per cent of all money spent on advertising in digital media in 2019 will be traded programmatically. According to Zenith’s Programmatic Marketing Forecasts, programmatic ad spend is also set to grow 19 per cent next year, reaching US$84 billion globally or 62 per cent of digital media expenditure, with Australian programmatic spend to reach US$1.64 billion next year.

Digital Marketing

Kantar: Measuring what matters

​The issue of measurement and metrics has become somewhat polarised in recent years, with a focus on what is ‘good’ or ‘bad’. In fact, rather than ‘either/or’ when it comes to measurement of campaigns, everyone should be concentrating on ‘and’ and bringing everything together.

Leadership

Gai Le Roy appointed CEO of IAB Australia

​Gai Le Roy has been appointed CEO of Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Australia today, following her four-month role as interim CEO, and immediately launched a new Industry Charter.

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Blog Posts

Life beyond the cookie: 5 steps to mapping the future of marketing measurement

​There’s no denying there’s been a whirlwind of response to the imminent demise of the third-party cookie from all parts of the industry. But as we’ve collectively come to better understand the implications, it’s clear this change is giving the digital advertising industry the opportunity to re-think digital marketing to support core industry use cases, while balancing consumer privacy.

Natalie Stanbury

Director of research, IAB Australia

Ensuring post-crisis success

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed brands’ CX shortcomings and a lack of customer understanding. Given ongoing disruption, customer needs, wants and expectations are continually changing, also causing customers to behave in different ways. Just look at hoarding toilet paper, staple and canned food, medicinal and cleaning products.

Riccardo Pasto

senior analyst, Forrester

A few behavioural economics lesson to get your brand on top of the travel list

Understanding the core principles of Behavioural Economics will give players in the travel industry a major competitive advantage when restrictions lift and travellers begin to book again. And there are a few insights in here for the rest of the marketing community, too.

Dan Monheit

Co-founder, Hardhat

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