Screen6 will be back at DMEXCO in Cologne, Germany this year, on September 12 & 13. If your company is attending and looking to hear more about cross-device and learn about our solutions, schedule time to sit down with our team.
We will be attending ExchangeWire’s ATS London this year. If you’re looking to learn about cross-device identity management or better understand Screen6’s solutions for ad tech, mar tech and research platforms, reach out to our team to schedule a meeting!
Screen6 has launched the Screen6 Knowledge Hub, an online resource center where marketers can access white papers, videos, one-sheets and other materials designed to deepen the visitor’s expertise on the ever-changing cross-device landscape.
Advertisers have long been aware of the importance of monitoring frequency when it comes to their messaging. With the rise of the digital age and the countless new ad venues that it opened, advertisers recognized the need to avoid exposure to too many ad impressions, both as means of improving the user experience and ensuring their ad buys garner the needed reach.
Fresh data enables marketers to ensure their digital efforts are targeting consumers with the greatest inclination to purchase. Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, explains the importance of data freshness and how it impacts campaign results.
There are two ways to establish user identity across devices: deterministic and probabilistic, or a hybrid of the two. Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, describes how these methods work and dives into the pros and cons.
Device graphs link an individual to all the devices they use, such as his/her smartphone, laptop, tablet, smart TV, or work computer. Learn about the differences between the two types of device graphs, Master and Private, in this short video by Keith Petri, CSO, of Screen6.
Cookies are the primary means by which ad tech platforms store and track information about users. Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, provides details on what exactly cookies are and how they are used in the ad tech industry.
The rise of the connected car has been swift. With most auto manufacturers beginning to offer apps on the in-car dashboard, integrations with voice assistants, and swipe navigation, the latest cars on the market seem more like software platforms that people just happen to drive.
While OTT has gained a larger piece of the media pie, measuring its engagement through connected devices and in households is deeply flawed. Keith Petri explores the importance of effective measurement for marketers to better understand their audiences.