Facebook Digs Deeper into Privacy Concerns

According to a post in the September 23rd issue of the Financial Times, Facebook is partnering with a “controversial” data company called Datalogix that can “track whether people who see ads on the social networking site end up buying those products in stores.” Of course, this announcement has raised concerns with privacy advocates who have continually been concerned about marrying online profiles and presence with offline data since the purchase of Abacus (a Datalogix competitor) by Doubleclick (an online ad-serving company later bought by Google) in the late 90s.

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Mending Gaps in the Dynamic Customer Journey


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It’s not easy being a consumer-facing brand these days. After years building a company based on one consumer pathway, the mobile, app, email, social, geo-located, connected TV, real-time bargain hungry consumer is now touching brands in more ways and with more diverse behavior patterns than any company can keep up with. That’s 100 years of organizational design shot to hell.


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Big Data? Let’s Take A Step Back.

Big data is the rage. Big data companies are getting funded. Big data scientists are getting hired. A slew of blog posts are screaming for marketers to understand and use big data. So what is Big data? In a nutshell, it is doing what Google has been doing for over a decade. Taking in, indexing and categorizing massive amount of data generated from the web. It involves new hardware and software paradigms and new skill sets to further challenge us.

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At Pluris, we believe that we all can do a better, more efficient job at marketing to our most important customers. On this blog, we'll discuss how strategy, database management, offer optimization and analytics can help us all be better marketers. Sometimes, we may just talk about sports.

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