VideoAmp has introduced its proprietary commingled identity (ID) solution. It combines top-notch identity assets from several providers into a single graph. It gives content creators and advertisers more confidence that their targeted demographics and advanced audiences are being reached across all platforms. The solution, which is currently available to users of VideoAmp measurement software, is made to maximize accuracy and scalability in reaching sophisticated audiences and targeted demographics across platforms.
VideoAmp’s Commingled ID Solutions
VideoAmp uses clean room technology to safely consume high-quality identifiers like hashed emails, signed-in users, IP addresses, and device IDs in a way that never exposes customers’ personal identifiers to VideoAmp, its partners, or clients. This is VideoAmp’s solution to a future without cookies while maintaining user privacy. With the help of first-party data, VideoAmp’s ID graph supports advanced targeting and gives clients a complete platform-wide solution for connecting and interacting with their most valuable audiences. In comparison to a solution from a single provider alone, it also demonstrates average measurement match rate increases of 79% for pixels and 60% for clean rooms. Although VideoAmp is not the first tech company working with advanced currencies to offer a commingled ID graph, it is purportedly the first measurement company to do so.
Google’s ban on third-party cookies
Google’s impending permanent ban on ID cookies will occur after the majority of the marketing ecosystem has moved on. Ultimately, advertisers have been compelled by necessity to come up with alternate methods for locating (and monitoring) customers who are most likely to purchase their goods or services. A more recent option in the video space comes from the measurement company VideoAmp. Its cleanroom technology now allows different ID sets to be commingled.
VideoAmp’s commingled ID solution offers the following main advantages:
Enhanced precision and scale
When compared to a solution based solely on one provider, VideoAmp’s proprietary fusion of identity assets heightens both accuracy and scale. Furthermore, it demonstrates average measurement match rate increases of 79% on pixels and 60% for clean rooms.
Unified Audience View
Throughout the journey, VideoAmp’s ID Graph will serve as a single, reliable source of information. It will deliver a consistent image of audiences.
VideoAmp’s ID Graph supports high-quality identifiers through its data clean room, and it is designed with privacy in mind.
With universal interoperability, major identity providers are designed to work with it.
Commingled ID for data assets
The measurement ethos of VideoAmp is to commingle data assets. It will provide higher levels of precision, efficiency, and accuracy than could be possible from separate data sources. One of the first companies to integrate big data was VideoAmp. It developed and refined the process of fusing Set-Top-Box and Smart TV. This resulted in one of the most extensive and reliable datasets available today. The company has experienced tremendous momentum in its adoption as a media currency among publishers and advertisers. This is because VideoAmp’s measurement solutions are accurate and are now supported by the best identity solution in the industry.
Here’s what they said
Megan Pagliuca, Omnicom Media Group North America’s Chief Activation Officer said,
The capability to directly match our census-level Omni ID with VideoAmp’s new commingled identity solution, will deliver better scale and more accurate plans for our clients by improving match rates with our partners on advanced audiences. OMG’s clients will now be able to dive deeper, beyond demographics, with some of the most premium content producers in the world, enabling them to deliver more relevant ads to the right consumers.
VideoAmp’s Chief Technology Officer, Tony Fagan stated,
Every use case for advertising measurement and currency today hinges on identity as the lynchpin for quality, accuracy, and effectiveness. With the advancements and speed of innovation in this space, we wanted to implement an identity solution that not only keeps up, but sets a new standard for targeting and precision. The better we get at identity, the better we get at everything. We didn’t find a solution that accounted for the gaps and discrepancies we were seeing, so we created one. The launch of our commingled identity solution means more impressions delivered to advertisers’ intended audiences, so they can deliver better ROI.
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