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This year’s Google Marketing Live Keynote brought quite a few changes that leaders in the automotive industry should pay attention to. On July 10th, leaders, such as Senior Vice President of Google Ads Sridhar Ramaswamy, Group Product Manager of Video Ads Nicky Rettke and Product Management Director of Google Ads Anthony Chavez, took to the stage to share all the updates surrounding Google Marketing and Google Ads. While there were quite a number of changes discussed at the keynote, a few stand out that can impact how automotive industry marketers and advertisers can reach the audiences they target and produce better results. Here are the top highlights and updates from this year’s keynote you should know:
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As a data-driven ad agency, we understand that knowing information about your audience is essential to keeping them happy. In the modern world, we do this via data collection through our in-house team. You can garner this information through a variety of means, but as with most things in life, not all data is created equally. First-party data is information that you collect in-house, but third-party data is assembled by other companies. While both can benefit your business, there’s an undeniable advantage to keeping your data in-house.
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Behind us are the days when traditional TV providers decided what we watched and when. The ball is officially in the viewer’s court. Still, the steady rise of the TV streaming movement prompts the question, how exactly is streaming affecting advertising?
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Did you realize that Instagram has over 800 million active users on a monthly basis? There is no denying just how popular this social network has become in the last few years.
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