AdChoices Newsletter October 2016
October 24, 2016 – Evidon Team
A brief digest of important digital privacy news and Evidon updates from the world of data and technology.
Digital Advertising Alliance Announces Enforcement of Cross-Device Guidance to Begin February 1, 2017
Cross device tracking provides advertisers the opportunity to serve consumers the same ads across all their devices, whether it be on their smartphone, tablet, or desktop. According to Digiday, “The goal of cross-device tracking is to be able to know that the person using smartphone x is the same person who uses tablet Y and laptop Z, and then allow brands to retarget that person accordingly.” The DAA recently enforced guidance on cross-device, which will begin February 1, 2017.
Read more here.
With the GDPR Fast Approaching, Here is What You Need to Know
As your clients look to you for brand safety, stewardship, and protection, let us help you prepare them for this massive new regulation. We’ve created a help guide for you as you work with your clients on changing processes. Contact us at email@example.com to get your copy.
Are Your Q4 Campaigns AdChoices Compliant?
The AdChoices program is the industry’s standard for consumer notification and choice around data collection and use in digital ad targeting. Make sure you use Evidon’s dynamic tag to keep you and your clients complant across desktop web, mobile web, and mobile in-app media programs.
Mobile Guidance Launching in Canada
The Digital Advertising Alliance in Canada (DAAC) recently announced their self-regulatory program will be encompassing mobile as of November 1st, with the launch of a new document titled the Application of Self-Regulatory Principles to the Mobile Environment. In addition to the new guidance, AppChoices will become available to Canadian consumers starting in January. To round out the program’s enforcement, accountability monitoring for mobile, which is conducted by Advertising Standards Canada (ASC), is set to begin in July 2017.
Using the AdChoices icon in Canada?
Make sure that you’ve got an agreement with the DAAC in place. Not sure if your company has signed up? Check the DAAC’s participant’s page to see. To join the program and use the AdChoices icon in Canada, simply fill out their registration form and a representative will be in touch.
Product Tips and Tricks
Ad Server Macros:
Want to use fewer tags across your campaigns by adding macros to automatically pass in ad size and campaign IDs? You can! The ad-size macro allows you to use one tag for different ad sizes, while the ID macro will pass in campaign IDs from your ad server into our reporting, which is key for troubleshooting and campaign allocation.
AdChoices Impression Report:
Run your own AdChoices Impression Report from Evidon’s platform to view activity and estimate costs.