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KNOWLEDGE HUB: VIDEOS

The new Screen6 video series provides simple answers and explanations to some of the ad tech industry’s most basic—yet often misunderstood—topics. Click the video to watch and read more details.

Audience Extension vs. Amplification

There is confusion among digital marketers on where and how to find consumers – specifically when it comes to audience extension and amplification. Galina Markova, Data Scientist at Screen6, explains the difference between the two and the benefit to advertisers in this Knowledge Hub video.

Cookie Syncs and Match Rates

Today, platforms are heavily reliant on cookie-syncing in order to communicate about a common user. In this Knowledge Hub Video, Sharon Beynon, Technical Lead at Screen6, dives into how cookie-syncs work and why match rates are an important figure to understand.

Cross-Device Verification

Cross-device verification allows companies to compare the precision and coverage of each device graph to determine the best cross-device provider for their business. David de Jong, CEO of Screen6, shares how to properly calculate precision of a device graph and explains key points to consider when choosing a vendor.

Data Freshness

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.

Probabilistic vs. Deterministic Data

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.

Private vs. Master Device Graphs

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.

What is a Cookie?

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.