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Americans who work outside the ad tech space may or may not know what GDPR
I was referred by a colleague from my previous company who was already with Blis. I met with Richard Andrew who told me about the role and how it’d be a good fit for me based on feedback he gathered. It was enticing because this was a lot different from what I’d been doing. Programmatic was excelling, location is a great platform that we have and how Blis had been positioned across different markets all appealed to me.
Mobile phones have rapidly become part of the fabric of everyday life. In fact, it’s estimated that around half of the global population has a smartphone. Phones are a ubiquitous touchpoint which we interact with hundreds of times a day and with each interaction we add more complexity to our digital footprint of purchase and personal history.
What many marketers may not realize is that location-based intelligence may be a smarter investment in many scenarios – and in almost every scenario, a smart investment in addition to search and social. Where people go, as we say at Blis, reveals a lot about who they are. Location data offers real-world intelligence that is unmatched by other sources. It delivers specific insights that can inform every other marketing channel.
Every brand is struggling with how to assure their customers that the data they share
The evolution of retail is both exciting and terrifying. As many retailers adjust their strategies to accommodate the needs of “always-on” shoppers, it seems that an equal number are shuttering their brick and mortar stores for good.
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