MSoM #015 | The next era of digital advertising
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Welcome to Making Sense of Martech, an irregular set of interviews with some of the most interesting people in marketing technology.
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In this episode of Making Sense of Martech, I'm joined by David Finkelstein, the Co-Founder, and CEO of BDEX. David is an internet pioneer, tech entrepreneur, and founder of numerous internet companies dating back to the earliest days of the internet in 1994. He currently serves as the Co-Founder and CEO of BDEX, an Inc 5000 company, the first and the largest consumer data exchange platform in the U.S.
David shares his views from a recent report published where BDEX found more than 250 million false identifiers in ad networks. We discuss the rapid changes in the digital advertising industry in 2021, from the demise of third-party cookies to Apple's shut down of app, email, and browser tracking, to the exponential proliferation of ad fraud and what these changes mean for the future of advertising technology in this new world of consumer privacy.
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