Chief Product Officer Nina Gould discusses how Forbes is using technology to drive audience engagement and first-party data collection.
With more people living in Europe than in the U.S. and Canada combined, there’s a massive knowledge pool among European publishers that many North American media companies have yet to access. But the digital world stretches far beyond physical borders. In fact, publishers in North America face many of the same challenges that European media…
Businesses already know the value of the data they collect. CCPA will be a good indicator of how much consumers value that same data.
Increasingly, publishers must personalize to thrive — a mission that can be at odds with new privacy mandates.
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Companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Spotify are raising the bar on consumer expectations for personalized experiences. These companies are using technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) to provide customized recommendations to subscribers and customers in real-time. Consumers have come to appreciate this approach and now expect other brands — including publishers — to cater to their individual…
There’s one common challenge among brand marketers: How do we make the “customer journey” more productive?
Consumers don’t like display ads. To drive performance, publishers must consider new ad formats consumers actually want to engage with.
What does the company have to gain from rewards members uploading photos of pizza to its app? A lot, thanks to artificial intelligence. Analysis of the visual data gathered from the flood of pizza pics lends valuable insight into customers’ habits and preferences, cross-referencing the date, time, and location of the pizza against the pie’s toppings, style, and size. Here are lessons from Domino’s strategy that brands can use to bolster their own AI campaigns.