Andrew Beehler, Digital Trends’ senior manager of Programmatic and Yield Operations, is scheduled to speak at the 2018 Portland Publisher Forum. Beehler’s talk, Publisher Session 1: CDPs and Advanced Audience Segmentation, will introduce marketers to consumer data platforms (CDPs), explore their uses, and explain some of the surprising ways they can boost revenues.
The Publisher Forum is a three-day event organized by AdMonsters. Every year, the forum brings together a cross-section of marketing professionals for a unique exchange of ideas and learning opportunities. It will take place August 12 to 15 at the Nines Hotel in downtown Portland. More information on the event can be found here.
Publisher Session 1: CDPs and Advanced Audience Segmentation
Monday, August 13
2:20 p.m. to 3:10 p.m.
About Andrew Beehler
Beehler is a sought-after speaker who covers audience and data analytics and monetization of programmatic ad initiatives, particularly in a post-General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) climate. A University of Portland alum, Beehler holds a degree in engineering management. You can follow him on Twitter at @AndrewBeehler.
About Digital Trends
Digital Trends is a leading consumer technology publisher helping people navigate an increasingly digital world. With easy-to-understand product reviews, entertaining news, and videos, Digital Trends serves more than 24 million unique visitors each month. Digital Trends reaches 90 million tech influencers through their own media network, and its syndicate partners include Yahoo!, Fox News, and more than 200 broadcast news stations. Digital Trends is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with offices in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit, Toronto, and Chicago. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com.
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