Knowing the potential and difficulties is more important than ever as the marketing landscape changes and over 12,000 tools compete for consumers’ attention.

With the correct first-party data insights, you can stay ahead of the curve and seize fresh chances to interact with your clientele.

However, without the appropriate tactics, straddling the data-privacy border might be difficult. To go over this, you need to focus on five important areas:

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  1. Original source data
    Although it’s not a novel topic, first-party data continues to provide a major obstacle for businesses everywhere. Third-party cookie deprecation is about to happen, and many brands will be unprepared. Many ad and cookie blocking forms are already being implemented by browsers; Google Chrome is scheduled to block third-party cookies by default by 2024. This change emphasizes how important it is for brands to review and strengthen their first-party data strategies.
  2. Strengthen your privacy.
    It’s critical to comprehend the changing environment in a time when privacy is discussed in regular consumer discussions rather than being limited to specialized conferences. Consumer expectations have changed as a result of laws like the CCPA and GDPR, and privacy is now a powerful differentiator. Companies need to understand the nuances of data flow inside their own structures in order to provide value and openness in their privacy policies.
  3. Using privacy to differentiate products
    Privacy is a competitive difference as well as a regulatory problem. Apple is one prominent example of a company that uses privacy to its advantage over international rivals. Acknowledging that customers cherish their data, companies need to adjust by guaranteeing openness and rational application of information. Companies need to get ready, understand data flows, and regularly check their data dictionaries as privacy becomes a worldwide conversation.
  4. Adopting data from zero parties
    Despite the difficulties, there is one encouraging development: customers still want personalization. Beyond first-party data, there’s the idea of zero-party data, which refers to information that customers have voluntarily supplied. Inquiring directly for information to improve user experiences is one way for businesses to gain trust and provide real value in return for data.
  5. Converting implicit behavior to explicit demands for data
    It’s time for marketers to reconsider their approaches and switch from presumptive conduct to specific data demands. Pay more attention to comprehending user motives than general demographics. Inquiring specifically for information that improves user experiences and strengthens the bond between consumers and companies is the way of the future.

In this educational MarTech session, Treasure Data’s CDP evangelist Zack Wenthe will discuss the latest developments in first-party data strategies and offer advice on how to stay ahead of the curve on new rules and regulations.

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Following this meeting, you will be capable of:

Recognize the effects of evolving privacy laws and regulations.
Manage the upcoming adjustments brought about by the deprecation of third-party cookies (yes, this is still happening).

Incorporate fresh concepts into your data strategy to strengthen your relationship with your clients.

Come learn how to combine privacy and data in a way that makes for useful, tailored user experiences.


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