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September Personalization Round up

By Dan Darnell in Featured, Personalization on September 26, 2013

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September was quite the month for tech giants.  First, during a TechCrunch Disrupt interview, Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer stated that Yahoo’s main function is to deliver a personalized experience for its users. Then, Google announced that it would no longer accept third party cookies on any of its sites, which raised concerns with internet advertisers. While both of these companies understand that their futures are tied to offering users personalized ... Read More »

June Personalization Round up

By Dan Darnell in Featured, Personalization on June 28, 2013

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The most notable topic this month has been Edward Snowden and the NSA’s Prism program. The news that the NSA was collecting data through backdoor deals with some of the world’s largest technology companies sent shockwaves throughout the country, especially here in Silicon Valley. We thought this was an opportunity to take a closer look into privacy as it relates to personalization and data ... Read More »

Convenience of Online Shopping Trumps Consumer Concern About Data Privacy

By Dan Darnell in Featured, Holiday Shopping Survey on January 24, 2013

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Despite privacy concerns, consumers continue to make online purchases across various channels, devices In our fast-paced world, the average shopper no longer cares if the brands they love and trust know their name or location— so long as that knowledge makes the shopping process more personal and convenient. But this hasn’t always been the case. So, what has changed? With the availability of so much data online and the ... Read More »