IM-Post Cookie Ad Network Logo Design Contest

IM-Post Cookie Ad Network has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 60 designs from 18 different designers from around the world.
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Slogan

A new ad plan that allows targeted ad delivery on browsers that cannot get cookies

What We Do

Recently, along with the increasing privacy protection of Web users, regulations on data collection and utilization are being tightened in Europe by "GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation)" and "CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act)". In addition, Apple's browser Safari will block 3rd Party Cookies by updating ITP (Intelligent Tracking Prevention) in March 2020, and Google will extend the end of 3rd Party Cookie support in Chrome to 2023. Although we announced it, we are announcing the policy that the implementation itself will not change. Due to these influences, there is an urgent need for measures to replace the 3rd Party cookie that has been used so far in the distribution of advertisements and measurement of effectiveness in Internet advertisements both in Japan and overseas.
"IM-Post Cookie Ad Network" is a new advertising plan that enables targeted advertisement delivery using alternative technology without relying on 3rd Party Cookies.

Industry

Internet

Color Preferences

Main color:Orange Blue
Sub color:White.Black

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

A new ad plan that allows targeted ad delivery on browsers that cannot get cookies
non cookie

Themes

Complex
Necessity
Secure
Colorful
Modern

Style Inspiration

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