The ethical data company doubled its growth in just over a month since announcing its 250 million data point milestone, bringing it closer to providing an alternative to traditional data mining techniques by unifying disparate data from today’s fastest growing communities. MIAMI, FL, Sept. 7, 2021 — via InvestorWire — Streamlytics, the largest first-party data […]
The company added an additional 100 Million data points one month since announcing their 150 Million data points milestone. Miami, FL – Streamlytics announced another major growth milestone today, surpassing a Quarter Billion data points processed. This explosive growth is proof of consumer interest in monetizing their personal data, and sharing portions of that data […]
The ethical data company doubled growth in the 2nd quarter of 2021 making it the largest 1st party data provider of African American cross platform activity Miami, FL – Streamlytics announced today a major growth milestone, as the company surpassed more than 150 million data points; more than doubling in growth since crossing it’s last […]
Streamlytics today announced a company milestone, reaching 75 million data points since its inception. Grounding itself in community-driven, ethical practices that proactively engages consumers, this record brings the company closer to eliminating the current standard of insidious data mining and provides transparency that allows individuals to harness the power of their personal information.
As consumers gain a better understanding of their privacy rights and become more aware that they can control who has access to their data or how they can use it, companies will have to find new methods for learning more about the audiences they want to reach. That’s why there’s a resurgence in first-party data, especially data that is declared and ethically sourced. First-party data brings you accuracy about people’s behaviors that third-party data can only make guesses about.
When I first set out to build Streamlytics over a year ago it was very clear to me that how we currently use the internet was changing. Over the past 30+ years service after service was launched under the guise of being free. As the business model of the internet evolved the idea of people […]