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SearchChat Podcast: Cookies are Dead. Now What?

Time and time again we see that people are uncomfortable with the ways companies are using third party data. The latest move representing the new wave is Google’s recent adoption of ITP.

In this episode of SearchChat, Steve Zakur and I discuss the rise of ITP and the death of cookies. We cover what this means for your business and offer some guidelines on how you can make personalization work for you without personal data.

Tied in with GDPR and CCPA, we seem to be following along a path of regulatory frameworks looking to abandon use and abuse of personal data. How can the market respond? Steve and I argue not only is it going to become necessary to ditch personal information, you can replace it with smarter personalization tactics.

0:00 Intro

2:15 Rise of ITP

11:35 How can the market respond?

17:30 What does reality look like from a data perspective?

23:26 Personalization without personal information

27:29 Outro

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Search Chat is SoloSegment’s podcast dedicated to all things search AI and content marketing related. Who is SoloSegment? We’re a technology company focused on site search analytics and AI driven content discovery to improve search results, increase customer satisfaction and unlock revenue for your company. If you think we might have the answer to your conversion problems, feel free to connect with us.

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    Tim Peter is the Senior Advisor at SoloSegment. An expert in e-commerce and digital marketing strategy, web development, search marketing, and analytics, Tim focuses on the growth of the social, local, mobile web and its impact on both consumer behavior and business results. SoloSegment uses machine learning and natural language processing to improve engagement and conversion for large enterprise, B2B companies.

  • Steve Zakur

    Stephen Zakur is CEO of SoloSegment. SoloSegment uses machine learning and natural language processing to improve engagement and conversion for large enterprise, B2B companies. Prior to joining SoloSegment, Steve held a variety of executive positions at IBM focused on marketing, technology, and sales. Steve holds an MBA from the Stern School at New York University.