Dstillery senior geospatial analyst, Peter Lenz, weighs in on location data and advertising in a story by the Associated Press.
In late June, Verizon made the somewhat controversial decision to stop selling location data to third-party brokers. AT&T and Sprint quickly followed, making it much harder for advertisers to access insights on two-thirds of the devices in the US.
The programmatic video platform Tremor Video DSP is partnering with applied data science firm Dstillery on a new audience targeting solution.
Evan B. Hills, VP of Strategic Partnerships, shares three key areas where data sellers have become misaligned with marketers.
Exclusive custom audience targeting solution is fueled by the combination of Tremor Video DSP’s video expertise and Dstillery’s predictive marketing intelligence
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The partnership leverages Dstillery’s predictive technology to help Captivate’s digital video network reach more relevant audiences
First-to-market audience technology drills down location data and browsing behavior, enhances targeting and measurement capabilities
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The results of a new report from adtech company Dstillery offers insight that could help you get to the gym more often.
This is probably why you're skipping the gym. And why you may need to join a new one.
Research from New York based firm Dstillery found that your gym must be either really close or really nice in order for you to visit on a regular basis
If you want to be better about working out, pick a gym that doesn’t require much travel time.
These two factors will help you get off the couch and into the gym - Lifehacker AU
Make this change, and you may find yourself going to the gym more - Men's Health
Closer is better, but numbers show a higher tolerance for commutes to fancier gyms.
Marketers can now leverage the power of programmatic advertising and analytics with a B2B-first approach, and with unrivaled transparency.
Expanded partnership combines market leading audience engagement platform with industry’s first SIVT accredited anti-fraud solution
Award recognizes technology platforms that bring efficiency, effectiveness and creativity to the media and marketing processes for brands, agencies and publishers
Dstillery was honored at The Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) David Ogilvy Awards for its work with Chobani and Omnicom Media Group.
The presentation explores the hypothesis that brand sponsorships and brand placements can be evaluated using digital data signals gathered from Major League Baseball stadium visitors.
Dstillery conducted an online poll about candidate preferences and then dug into the online behaviors of respondents.
Which ads and moments did viewers actually watch during the Super Bowl broadcast? Dstillery answers that question by measuring when viewers were not using their mobile devices.
For dozens of brands spending big bucks to air ads on Super Bowl Sunday, recent data shows the importance of where and when the 30-second spots air.
Dstillery uncovers how they used machine learning to compile voter traits at the 2016 Iowa Caucus.
Dstillery, which has been called “Picasso in the dark art of digital advertising,” turned its intelligence-collection capabilities to the Iowa caucuses last week.
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