Avoid an identity crisis by getting to know your customers

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A new webinar on Martech.org teaches you how to overcome the loss of third-party cookies by connecting the dots on your customers' identities.

In this competitive environment, marketers must understand which online devices and offline behaviors belong to a consumer and who that consumer is. As the clock ticks closer to the disappearance of third-party cookies, marketers want to make sure they are reaching all their customers - the known and unknown. Will identity resolution be a smooth transition without third-party cookies?

Join experts from Redpoint Global, as they delve into how marketers will overcome the loss of third-party cookies and be able to learn even more about their customers. You can register for "Avoid an Identity Crisis: Know Your Customers, Post Third-Party Cookies," presented by Redpoint Global here.
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    thanks for sharing buddy
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