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A weekend of links

And, of all companies, Google steps up with this doozy: The good news is that marketers and agencies can win with privacy-first marketing.

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At the beginning of last week, I was thinking about the impact of Truth Social, the new social app from the Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG). I'm mostly interested in the rollout, technology and impact (if any) to business audiences.

The waitlist: Truth Social app
Truth Social

However, I'm still on the waiting list and it didn't make much sense to crawl into the details before I had complete access.

As a quick aside, I did enjoy the waitlist message: "We love you, and you're not just another number to us. But your waitlist number is below.".

Ok.

Some other things that floated through my inbox, Matter and Overcast apps.

  • The Evolving Role of the CMO. A new report from eMarketer's Insider Intelligence group. I'll write more this week, however this line caught my eye: How CMOs Can Align with the Business to Drive Success.
  • I’m curious: what exactly do you think makes this Zelensky video such effective political communication? This is a fascinating Twitter thread on why and how politicians are using social media to create transparency around their actions.
    (link)
  • Integrated Pipeline Management: The Nexus of True Marketing-Sales Collaboration. There are some typical reasons why marketing and sales teams continue to have challenges in syncing their efforts. Meetings, though, is still one of them?
    (link)
  • How platforms with first-party data stand to benefit from AppTrackingTransparency. Spoiler: They stand to benefit.
    (link)
  • 4 steps to future-proof your programmatic strategy. If you've been here for any length of time, you probably know how I feel about digital advertising and B2B communications. (Update: I'm pretty numb to it at this point.) And, of all companies, Google steps up with this doozy: The good news is that marketers and agencies can win with privacy-first marketing.
    (link)

That's it for today.

Expect a few new articles to land later this week.