Per this publishing/performance marketing platform, here’s how consent for data-based targeting and context for non-data targeting may thrive. The post Post-GDPR, Purch points to 70 percent consent rates and the sweet spot for contextual targeting appeared first on Marketing Land.
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Now that B2B brands are catching up to their B2C counterparts in digital content marketing efforts, what’s working? What’s not working? And how is it all being created, distributed, and measured? Read the full article at MarketingProfs
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The newly-introduced CSS “snap points” properties could make it a whole lot easier to create CSS-only scroll effects (once browser support catches up). This post from Sergey Gospodarets’ blog includes demos of snappy scrolling for image galleries and full-page vertical scrolling.
Scroll snapping is used widely for a better separation of the provided content (vertical full height pages) or, for example, to emulate galleries behavior… Can you imagine how easy would be creating such effects using CSS only?
The full specification is worth a review.
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Native CSS Scroll Snap Points is a post from CSS-Tricks