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Set the Record: Consumer Attitudes (and Behavior) Toward Interest-Based Ads

May 23, 2014

Do consumers like interest-based advertising? In a word, yes.

Our own dedicated consumer surveys on this point, conducted independently by the respected research firm Zogby Analytics, bear this out. Once consumers see the value exchange inherent with interest-based ads, they largely understand and are supportive of it (our most recent survey, October 2013).

The Multi-Screen Majority - Preserving Consumer Advertising Relevancy and Control

July 9, 2014

This post is another in a series of summaries from our recent Digital Advertising Alliance Summit 2014.

A panel keynote session at the 2014 DAA's Annual Summit, "The Multi-Screen Majority — Preserving Consumer Advertising Relevancy and Control," offered interesting perspective on how the proliferation of digital devices and their multiple and simultaneous use by consumers is changing the landscape for online advertising.

New Website Launched with Ad Industry in Mind

July 17, 2014

The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) has launched our newest web property, digitaladvertisingalliance.org. The new site builds on our commitment to educate the advertising industry about DAA’s established and enforceable principles for responsible privacy practices across the online advertising industry, and to provide consumers with enhanced transparency and control regarding relevant advertising on their digital devices.

DAA Speaks with Brands: Transparency & Choice Bring Wins for Consumers & Interest-Based Ads

July 18, 2014

This week the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) had the opportunity to attend and speak at the 2014 Association of National Advertisers Digital and Social Media Conference in Dana Point, CA. A founding member of the DAA, the ANA hosted an excellent event attended by some of the brightest minds in marketing and the most recognizable brands in the world. These are the brands with which consumers engage everyday.

Compliance and Enforcement: Keystones for Self-Regulation Effectiveness

July 22, 2014

This blog post is another in our continuing series of coverage from #DAASummit2014, held June 26 in San Francisco.

One of the remarks made by the Federal Trade Commission’s Jessica Rich, as she spoke during a keynote address at the Digital Advertising Alliance Summit,  was her ticking off a list of hallmarks for successful self-regulation. Independent enforcement, backed by the power to refer to a government agency when necessary, is one such hallmark.

Meeting the Multi-Platform Challenge: Creating Transparency and Choice Tools for Users Wherever They Connect

July 25, 2014

The following post is another part of our DAA Summit 2014 coverage series.

Whether at home or in the car, or at play or at work, consumers are more connected than ever before. Between smartphones, e-readers, laptops and tablets, consumers are communicating, and accessing and sharing information, using multiple platforms and devices -- and they are doing it quickly and easily.

Location Privacy Debate Gets an Industry Education Airing

July 31, 2014

The Digital Advertising Alliance gives precise location data heightened attention in its Application of Self-Regulatory Principles to the Mobile Environment (download third document), which we released last summer.

This past week I had the chance to participate in a Webinar offered by DAA Founding Association Interactive Advertising Bureau titled “Mobile Location Data and Privacy: What You Should Know.” A recording of the Webinar is available here.

DAA's 2014 Year in Review: Momentum, Engagement & Presence

January 12, 2015

As Advertising Week 2014 drew to a close this past September, there was one remark I heard that I found to be particularly impactful, and true to its core. During one of the sessions, a U.S.-based digital marketing executive spoke of self-regulation as the “gold standard” on how to grow a realm of responsible multi-screen data collection and use for interest-based advertising. He was referring to the Digital Advertising Alliance.

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