LiveRamp adds outside quality scoring to its third-party data marketplace
The first outside provider, Lucid, tests the third-party data segments against panel-based surveys that are linked by cookies.
For marketers, the biggest issue with third-party data is quality. Usually, the only way to test the quality is to run a campaign and see if the data delivers results.
This week, identity resolution provider LiveRamp is out with what it describes as the first data scoring initiative for third-party data segments.
The initiative makes outside quality-testing partners available to data buyers in the IdentityLink Data Store, a marketplace for third-party data from external providers. The first partner is Lucid, a survey vendor that will offer a Lucid Data Score based on results from comparing testing audience segments to panel-based surveys.
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