Daily April 26
When Apple made it more difficult to track its customers a year ago, it threw advertisers, publishers and ad tech vendors into a state of panic. Read more below about the consequences that have come a year after ATT went into effect.
- One thing is clear: resolutions, winners and losers from Apple’s privacy crackdown won’t be declared quickly.
- Apartment Therapy’s Small/Cool event is already a seven-figure revenue driver, but the hope is commerce will increase profitability substantially.
- While it’s unclear what Twitter will look like under Elon Musk, some marketers and agency executives expect concerns about brand safety to bubble up given his comments about free speech. More in this Digiday+ Marketing Briefing.
- How Twitch streamer Blizzb3ar quit his job to become a full-time creator.
- Over the past two years, North Carolina has become a place to be for developers, designers and other individuals looking for jobs in and around big tech.
From our sister site, WorkLife:
- Bosses see higher office attendance on free-food days.
- Technologies including AI-powered real-time coaching and insights are helping bring an end to the entry-level employee by improving the onboarding process, both in-person and remote, and guiding new team members to success at a faster, more efficient speed.