Meet mParticle IDSync: The flexible identity framework you didn’t know you needed
When it comes to resolving cross-channel user events to a single profile, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. mParticle’s identity framework prioritizes flexibility, and empowers data stakeholders to take control over how profiles are created.
Deliver more responsible experiences and comply with Gambling Commission regulations
New regulations have been introduced that govern how gaming operators can manage and protect their high value customers. Complying with these regulations requires a fundamental shift in the way player data is collected, managed, and used. Here are five steps you can follow to support compliance.
Avoiding the identity resolution trap
The way in which you perform identity resolution can have a profound impact on the customer experiences you're able to deliver. If your goal is to deliver personalized, privacy-compliant experiences at scale, here are three identity resolution mistakes you need to avoid.
Ideal customer profiles are no longer enough
It's time to build a personalization program that treats your customers as humans, not as buying personas. Learn why ideal customer profiles are no longer enough for personalization, and how you can progress to delivering real-time, relevant customer experiences.
How to use a CDP with your data warehouse
Data warehouses and CDPs are two pillars of the modern data stack. Recently, a perception has emerged that companies need to choose one system or the other as a “source of truth” for their data. This article poses a counter perspective, and demonstrates how when used together, a CDP and a data warehouse can form a dynamic duo at the core of your data infrastructure.
Power first-party advertising with mParticle's Yahoo! integration
Yahoo! sees roughly 200b daily cross-screen data signals from search, mail, commerce, and content. With mParticle’s new integration with Yahoo!, connecting those data signals just got a lot easier.
How to leverage user data to improve customer service
Great customer service is an important driver of retention. Learn how you can connect user data to your support system in order to provide a better support experience and prevent churn.
Where should you be building your audience segments?
Every tool seems to offer segmentation capabilities these days. Disconnected audiences builders, however, can lead to overreliance on developer support and disjointed customer experiences. Learn more about data infrastructure and when it helps to centralize your audience segmentation.
Build your own walled garden
The data privacy landscape is constantly evolving. For brands to control their destiny, they need to invest in breaking their addiction to third-party cookies and building their own first-party data asset.
The value of a universal customer ID across your tech stack
Teams across industries are striving to create a consolidated view of their customers. But if that view isn't cleanly integrated with the tools and systems throughout the tech stack, growth teams aren't able to use it to drive results. Learn more about how you can implement a universal ID and make it available across the stack.
How to manage data across your tech stack based on customer consent
Great customer experiences are built on trust. Learn more about the tooling that can help you collect customer consent and manage how data flows between systems based on customer consent.
What is first-party data?
First-party data is the most powerful and reliable type of customer information, and it can give your organization many distinct advantages. Learn how to distinguish between different categories of customer data, and the ways you can leverage your company’s first-party data from multiple channels.
Build a high quality customer data pipeline to accelerate growth
Customer data quality is critical to making successful marketing and analytics decisions. Learn more about how you can protect data quality with mParticle during this comprehensive walkthrough of our data quality toolset.
iOS 14, third-party cookies, and the future of data-driven marketing
This year, at its annual developer conference, a significant announcement that will have a wide-ranging impact on the future of mobile customer experience was sandwiched between the usual product announcements. The IDFA (the ID present on all Apple mobile devices and used across the martech and adtech industries) would now require explicit user permission to use. This change dramatically limits the usability of the IDFA as a form of universal identity that brands and vendors can use to power marketing, measurement, and everything in between.
Target with precision with Amazon Advertising
With the new Amazon Advertising integration, marketers can target advertising on Amazon properties and across the web, with audiences based on reliable first-party customer data.
mParticle LiveRamp for Targeting
mParticle LiveRamp for targeting enables customers to leverage LiveRamp’s industry-leading identity graph and exponentially expand their reach. Deliver privacy-friendly, world-class experiences at an unprecedented scale.
Get your flywheel in motion with Data Master
Learn how mParticle's Data Master enables you to improve data quality throughout the customer data pipeline, allowing insights to compound, and making every campaign and product launch better than the last.
Omnichannel personalization with Profile API
mParticle's Profile API allows you to leverage comprehensive, omnichannel user profiles to create unique customer experiences for your users, anywhere you can make an HTTPS request.
Connect your Looker Data Actions to mParticle
Take action on your Looker insights by connecting data to mParticle with Looker Data Actions.
Get granular with streaming media metrics
mParticle's Media SDK enables you to track all of your content engagement metrics, on all major media platforms and players. Watch the webinar on demand to learn more.
DMEXCO 2019: Identity, Customer Experience, and the rise of the CDP
VP Sales EMEA Tim Norris shares the key themes of DMEXCO 2019.
User Aliasing API: Clarify customer journeys
mParticle’s User Aliasing API allows brands to programmatically merge anonymous user events with their logged-in events, providing brands with a complete, accurate view of their customers’ profile and event journeys as they move from being anonymous to authenticated across every touchpoint.
The rise of big data in retail
The use of big data in Retail and eCommerce has opened up new possibilities for data-driven experiences, but few are leveraging engagement data to its full potential. Learn about the three fundamental data challenges retailers are racing to solve, their impact, and leading experts’ insight into the subject.
Introducing the Profile API for hyper-personalization at scale
Personalize on-site and in-app experiences wherever your customers are, in real time with the new Profile API feature. Now in limited beta.
Identity resolution and cross-device identity management
mParticle's CEO & Co-founder, Michael Katz, explains why identity resolution needs to be coupled with data capture in order to yield the best results for today's brands in this MarTech Advisor piece.
Data management for omnichannel retail brands
Learn how retailers and QSRs can provide a better customer experience—and drive an increase in same-store sales—by using a Customer Data Platform (CDP).
Introducing Audience Download
Power your identity-based marketing everywhere with Audience Download.
Cognetik and mParticle: Simplify mobile tags
Learn how using Cognetik and mParticle can help you simplify mobile tagging and reduce vendor overhead.
Improve targeting with Google Customer Match
mParticle’s new integration with Google Customer Match enables marketers to use first-party CRM data to fuel paid media buying.
4 Ways a CDP helps customers embrace the GDPR
The GDPR is finally here. Learn how mParticle helps our customers not only support GDPR compliance but embrace it.
mParticle and GDPR compliance
Learn how mParticle's fundamental data governance capabilities have prepared our business and our clients’ businesses to meet GDPR compliance standards.
7 ways the top quick-serve restaurant apps engage their users
Quick-serve restaurants lead the pack when it comes to engaging with customers via mobile apps. Read about how seven of the most successful QSR apps do it!
Overstock's machine learning personalization engine
Learn how Overstock implemented sustainable machine learning personalization systems to create seamless customer experiences and drive one-to-one engagement.
Location services best practices
Many mobile apps can greatly improve their users’ experience by making use of information on users’ whereabouts. A hotel app…
Sophisticated identity management made easy with IDSync
Cross-device and platform identity management is made easy with IDSync. Define identity resolution logic for a unified identity view catered to your needs.
Identity tech 101
Learn about the different kinds of identity tech, designed to help you understand and track behavior across the customer journey.
Why multi-faceted identity matters
Learn how brands can enhance campaign analytics, expand contextual insights and orchestrate multi-channel engagement with multi-faceted identity.
Why identity matching is broken, and how to resolve it
Learn how the new CRM is enabling brands to resolve customer identities across devices, channels, and platforms for better customer experiences.
14 eCommerce audiences marketers need to succeed
Reaching these 14 eCommerce audiences with the right content can make all the difference in terms of engagement, conversion, and satisfaction.
Power identity-based marketing with AudienceSync
A/B Testing capability helps make your audience data more actionable by providing a scalable approach to experimentation.
What CMOs need to know about data governance
For CMOs, staying on the cutting edge of marketing technology and strategy means becoming an expert in data governance and security.
How to find your mobile device identifiers
Here's a quick run-down on how to find the mobile device identifiers that are most commonly used for ad tracking on iOS and Android.