The data audit phase is a fact-finding exercise necessary to shape a data and audience strategy and will provide a clear picture of the value of the existing data assets. The data audit starts by documenting all users’ digital and offline touchpoints, collecting information across the company across properties, departments, sections, apps, initiatives, events, CRMs and current and legacy systems. An important objective is also to understand if and how the data is being collected, by whom and where it is stored. We will also identify any data that is either sold or bought externally. Steps include, but are not limited to: - Assessment of user touchpoints, online and offline (data already collected and not). - Assessment of how the data is collected. - Assessment of how the data is processed. - Assessment of data storage. - Assessment of how the data is sold (if applicable). - Assessment of how the data is bought (if applicable). I have written about the data audit in this article: https://adexchanger.com/the-sell-sider/a-publishers-success-begins-and-ends-with-a-data-and-audience-strategy/
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Existing audience data collection platforms and framework map and feedback
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