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Third-Party Cookies Are Going Away For Good in 2022. What Does This Mean to the Travel Marketer?

Sojern Shares The Latest Information and Solutions to This Major Digital Marketing Change

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Cookies, pixels, and hashed emails, oh my! Sojern's Mitchell Sanford, Vijay Bhagani and Dave Goulden explained the impact of third-party cookies going away next year, what this means for our marketing campaigns, and what solutions we should consider during this week’s Travel Marketing webinar on May 20.

Mitchell, Vijay and Dave shared several key changes on the horizon as a result of third-party cookies going away. Here are some key details to keep on your radar:

First and Third Party Cookies And Their Differences

OTA will explore the latest traveler sentiment research with Amir Eylon of Longwoods International in our next Travel Marketing Webinar on June 10 at 11 a.m. EST. Using highlights and key takeaways from both the ongoing Longwoods American Travel Sentiment survey and Longwoods Travel USA  survey, Amir will showcase how the traveler has evolved as a result of the pandemic.

If you want insights as to how folks will be traveling during recovery, what their expectations are, and how to effectively market to them over your competition in an environment that is about to be flooded with travel marketing, then you won't want to miss this session. Seats are limited, so don't forget to register here.

Thank you to our sponsors for making this webinar series possible.



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