This is a special episode not only because we are joined by Niels Claes, but also because it is a sneak peek on how we do our community calls and share knowledge about programmatic. We talk about everything you need to know about identity in the publisher’s perspective, which is beautifully explained by Niels Claes.
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Hélène Parker has over 10 years of experience in programmatic media buying, servicing agencies and brands in activation, strategy and planning, and leadership. She now dedicates her time to recruiting and training programmatic traders while consulting companies on how to grow and scale a programmatic department.
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00:00:39 – 2 Wins and a Challenge
00:06:11 – How Helene and Niels met
00:07:15 – Introducing Niels
00:10:44 – Niels thoughts about going cookieless
00:11:44 – Should we retire or expire the term cookies
00:16:39 – 2nd Party Data
00:14:36 – Customize and Specialize
00:18:13 – How Google affects a lost of aspects in programmatic and solutions in the publisher’s perspective
00:22:15 – Identifying the different identity partners
00:29:41 – Spotting the probabilistic and deterministic data
00:31:56 – Should the solution be different depending on the diversity of the audience campaign?
00:37:00 – IB Seller-defined audience
00:41:22 – How realistic is taxonomy?
00:44:59 – HOw taxonomy would look between the publisher and the SSP
00:48:04 – One thing you wish you knew then that you know now
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