Q Thoughts

ownerIQ's staff (aka – "The Q") shares our insights and opinions on how marketers can more effectively impact today's shopper along the digital path to purchase. "The Q and A" provides honest and practical answers to the questions and challenges facing digital advertisers in the areas of second-party data, programmatic buying, shopper marketing, co-operative marketing, attribution, and emerging media.

Jay Habegger and OwnerIQ featured in Boston Business Journal

Our CEO, Jay Habegger, is featured in the digital version of the Boston Business Journal this am (click here to read). The print version will be out on a later date. In the piece, Jay describes the concept of Ownership Targeting and this new idea of brands using their web visitors as media. The piece […]


OwnerIQ at iStrategy Conference

OwnerIQ was a featured exhibitor at the iStrategy Conference in Chicago on October 9-10. iStrategy is a global event that occurs in top cities around the world twice a year. It focuses on “all digital media channels and online business models,” and is heavily attended by high-level marketing, brand, media, and creative executives for top […]


OwnerIQ at Ad Club’s Lures of Retail

OwnerIQ co-sponsored The Ad Club of Boston’s Lures of Retail on June 26. The afternoon summit featured speakers from eMarketer, New Balance, Joss & Main, and Yahoo. Attendees agreed this was a fantastic event for discussing the many issues being faced by retailers today. Some of the major themes of the day included in-store brand […]


OwnerIQ on AdAge.com

Ad-targeting startup OwnerIQ and its investors are betting that e-commerce sites and other consumer brands will become increasingly sophisticated advertisers, targeting their customers on their own sites and across the web and becoming competitors to traditional media for online advertising in the process. The six-year-old company announced it has raised $7.5 million in a Series […]


OwnerIQ Thoughts from CMO Collective – Dallas

OwnerIQ was proud to co-sponsor and speak at the Dallas CMO Collective on May 9. The day saw presentations by top brands including Kimberly-Clark, IBM, Mott’s, Mary Kay, and 7-Eleven. Discussions covered a range of topics, from marketing ROI and the benefits of technology, to real-world opportunities to involve MBA students and the continued importance […]