While specifically critical for technical translations and marketing content, a glossary additionally lays down the foundation for high-quality, consistent translations of almost every kind. Overall, a glossary not only saves us time but also helps ensure ZMP's success across varied languages and cultures. Quickly have a look at the alphabetical listing of terms in our glossary that includes the most commonly used terms referenced throughout our platform.
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Compares users’ responses to multiple versions of the same email campaign. These versions share similar marketing goals but differ in wording and style such as subject line, content, links, etc. The goal is to identify the version of the campaign that best accomplishes your marketing goals.
The three ellipsis dots.
An action node is used when building an experience to specify a specific action to take place during a campaign experience.
Short for advertising technology; refers commonly to all technologies, software and services used for delivering, controlling, and targeting online ads.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a machine-powered version of human cognitive skills.
Amazon Simple Storage Service is an inexpensive simple web service interface used to store and retrieve data from the web.
Analysis Mode of an Experience
The Experience Builder Analysis Mode gives marketers insight into the performance of an Experience.
An anonymous visitor is a unknown consumer, visiting a marketer’s website, who is tied to a unique identifier but not associated with deterministic personal data.
An API (Application Programming Interface) is the programming code that enables data transmission between one software product and another. A client-side web API is the programmatic interface that enables the functionality within a web browser or other HTTP client possible.
As the name implies, this model gives 100% of the credit to the last interaction your business had with a lead before they convert. Last Interaction is also referred to as "last-click" or "last-touch."
For example, a visitor finds your website through organic search. A week later they see a Zeta Ad and click the ad and convert on your website.
The Zeta Ad, in this instance, gets all of the credit for that purchase. 100% of the value is assigned to that last interaction.
This is the default attribution model in most platforms and as such is the default selection on the Attribution page.
First Interaction is similar to Last Interaction, in that it gives 100% of the credit for a conversion to your business' first interaction with the customer. First Interaction is also referred to as "First-Click."
For instance, if a customer first finds your business on Pinterest, then Pinterest gets all of the credit for any sale that happens after that interaction.
It doesn't matter if the customer found you on Pinterest, then clicked a display ad a week later, and then went to your site directly. Pinterest, in this example, gets the full credit.
With a Linear attribution model, you split credit for a conversion equally between all the interactions the customer had with your business.
For instance, a customer finds you on Instagram, signs up for your email list and later clicks an email link. The next week they go to your site directly and make a $120 purchase.
There are 3 touch points in this situation. Each touchpoint gets 33% of the credit, or a $40 conversion value attributed to the channel when the purchase was made.
A dynamic, filtered grouping of individuals sharing a set of attributes. Audiences can consist of clients’ customer data, Zeta data, or a matched customer list (enriched by Zeta).
Audience reports display segment performance over time either as a daily delta or as a cumulative count of membership.
Zeta's Audience Solutions show the size and scale of the Data Cloud prospect universe and a provides a deep dive into the interests, demographics, website visits and brand affinity of intender audiences.
AudiencePulse - Online Trends compares the sizes of Zeta behavioral audiences in the US. This helps marketers stay relevant with the latest online trends by tracking interests over time.
Audience Segmentation is a marketing strategy used to identify subgroups within a target audience in order to deliver more tailored messaging.
The Audience Tracker provides market insights by providing a view of the consumer universe, helps identify the size and scale of the Data Cloud audiences, and provides a deep dive into interests, demographics, website visits, and brand affinity of behavioral data.
An authenticated customer is a visitor who has signed into a marketer’s site.
Bid Stream Data
Bid stream data is collected from the ad servers when ads are served on mobile apps and websites. Bid stream data includes basic facts like URL, device type, and IP address which helps marketers see what ads buyers are paying more for.
A blocked rate is a the total number of messages blocked.
A Broadcast campaign (time-based batch campaign) sends a one-time batch message to a list of users. A broadcast email is a single scheduled email campaign that gets sent to a large group of contacts.
BSIN (Boomtrain Standard Identification Number) is a person's unique internal ZMP backend identifier. It is returned in API responses and can be used to make API calls for user updates and events.
Building segments involves the marketing strategy used to identify subgroups within the client audience in order to deliver more tailored messaging.
The left bar in the Report Builder where metrics and dimensions are selected.
The strategic goals (and observable results) a client seeks to deliver on, such as revenue growth or digital transformation. Outcomes are delivered through use cases.
Campaign Launch Type
Launch Type dictates the method used to deploy the broadcast campaign.
Campaign management is the act of leveraging marketing opportunities by creating, executing, tracking, and measuring marketing campaigns directed at specifically targeted audiences.
Campaign set-up involves the act of organizing an engagement effort for a given audience and content.
Tags are added to campaigns for organization, categorization and searching purposes. Tags are used for filtering in segmentation and reporting.
CAN-SPAM Compliant Mailing Address
According to the fourth of seven requirements under the CAN-SPAM Act, you must "Tell recipients where you’re located. Your message must include your valid physical postal address. This can be your current street address, a post office box you’ve registered with the U.S. Postal Service, or a private mailbox you’ve registered with a commercial mail receiving agency established under Postal Service regulations." Any single violation of this act is subject to up to a $43,792 fine. For a violating campaign with an audience of 100,000 this amounts to a nearly $4.4 billion fine!
Cross Channel Campaign Management
CDP is a unified customer data platform that is accessible to other systems.
Zeta’s customer data management product unifies, cleanses, and standardizes a brand’s customer data to maintain a single, persistent view of customers and prospects and power personalized omnichannel experiences. Zeta CDP+ may include Zeta’s data hygiene/customer data management (CDM) processing, Data Cloud enrichment, and/or marketing activation via the ZMP.
Channel Activation involves using a specific channel (email, SMS, paid, etc.) to deploy an offer to a specific segment. Zeta’s Omnichannel Activation allows customers to leverage audience data across paid digital media channels, email, and direct mail
A connector framework that allows any marketer to connect the Zeta Marketing Platform to API-enabled advertising, marketing, and engagement channels simply and easily, supporting omnichannel marketing efforts.
There are two primary channel types: online and offline. Online channels include: Email, Mobile, Display, Video, Social, Search (SEO), Website, Mobile App, Affiliate, Digital Out of Home (DOOH), Connected TV (CTV). Offline channels include: In-Store, TV, Radio, Print, Direct Mail, Call Center.
Chart Options Header Bar
The top bar in the Report Builder with the line, bar chart, and table view options.
Customer churn occurs when customers or subscribers stop doing business with a company or service.
Client's 1st Party Data Set
A client's 1st Party Data Set is a client's owned data.
The CompetitorPulse (formerly known as Tracker) tracks industry and brand level transaction patterns and shopping behavior across brands which allows Zeta clients to intercept prospects and customers before they buy competitor products. The CompetitorPulse provides an overview of the purchase intent and visitation of audience members in the Zeta Data Cloud. These insights help identify consumer loyalty, shopping behaviors, physical visits, in-market consumers, and competitors. The industry audience and brand audience insights helps marketers identify in-market intenders, conquest prospects from competitors and retain existing customers.
Content is the offer(s), copy, images, and/or other relevant material that is sent to a person. Zeta’s AI selects content and products most relevant to a prospect or customer based on their behavior, interests, transactional history, etc.
A control group is a group of users added to a broadcast who will not be sent a campaign, but will be tracked with this campaign to measure lift.
Cookie Reidentification Consent
Cookie Reidentification Consent is the value used to know if Zeta has permission to leverage the Zync Cookie to reidentify the individual back to other personal identifiers such as email address, mailing address, or phone number.
The Content report display the number of unique clicks aggregated by URL as well as link maps of the click locations aggregated by URL within an individual campaign.
Coverage (Opportunity Explorer)
Coverage is the portion of the client's 1st party audience that can be matched up to the data cloud for further enrichment. This can be viewed within CustomerPulse from the Opportunities page.
CRM is an abbreviation used to describe a company’s customer relation management. It is a system for managing a company's interactions with customers and often involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support. Salesforce.com is one example.
Cross-Channel refers to activities or capabilities that span more than one channel and are not necessarily sequenced or coordinated.
Click to Open Rate (CTOR) compares the number of unique clicks to unique opens and hence, is the percentage of messages opened instead of just delivered.
Custom KPI's are used to attribute non-standard reporting events to a campaign.
Describes the path of every customer action and interaction with a brand, from awareness to purchase. A customer experience can be one journey, but more often it refers to the entire set of journeys and interactions a customer has with a brand.
Customer Level Insights
The Customer-level insights report is used to enrich a client's first party data with Zeta's massive proprietary data set to gain deeper insight into the client's customer. With a combination of real time visuals and one of the largest people based footprints, client's can understand how to best message prospects and customers to drive better outcomes.
Custom reports allows for the embedding of reports external to ZMP, for the purpose of centralizing access to reports related to a client's marketing efforts in ZMP.
Data Clean Room
A data clean room is a secure environment that enables the connection of distributed data across multiple platforms and parties.
Zeta Data Cloud is the data component of the Zeta Marketing Platform. The Data Cloud consists of the Opportunity Explorer, a live visualization of actionable consumer insights; Zeta’s proprietary identity data; Zeta’s AI-powered Intender Audiences and Zeta CDP+ which integrates, unifies, and enriches customer data.
Data Cloud Intent Signals
This term is used to describe when someone is demonstrating intent to convert based on their behavior, transactions, location, and other data. These individuals are added to intent audiences that can be targeted by marketers.
Data environments are a collective system of components that comprise and regulate the management and use of data including privacy, people, handling techniques, and more.
Data usability is the process of determining that the quality of data generated meets the intended use.
The De-dupe action node, available when building a data flow, auto-merges any duplicate files based on properties.
Default Properties is the list of properties ZMP can use to populate the person's profile or perform other functions with natively.
Delay nodes can be used to tailor the timing and ultimately the feel of the overall experience for the end-user.
Dimensions are used to define the rows to be included in a report.
Deploying a campaign takes place when you are ready to kick-off your marketing campaign and is when campaign engagement can be observed. Deploying a campaign typically happens after your marketing strategy has been determined and you have decided on which channel(s) to promote your marketing content.
A deterministic identity is one that can be mapped to a single, real consumer. Deterministic identity resolution requires tracking and connectivity to unique, personal identifiers such as an email address.
Deterministic matching aims to identify the same user across different devices by matching the same user profiles together. User profiles are comprised of different pieces of data about a particular user, with each user having a separate profile on different devices.
Dimensions are attributes of your data (e.g., campaign name, channel, segment name ,etc..).
Marketing sent to a customer or prospect via the mail. ZMP supports Direct Mail via partner integrations in Zeta Channel Manager and orchestrated through Zeta Experience Builder.
Disqus is a networked community platform used by hundreds of thousands of sites all over the web. With Disqus, websites gains a feature-rich comment system complete with social network integration, advanced administration and moderation options, and other extensive community functions.
Designated Market Area Pulse (DMAPulse) shows real-time shopping and store visitation trends across competing brands by geography and provides actionable insight on your brand’s geographies that are currently underinvested and overinvested due to emerging growth and risk dynamics.
DSP is an abbreviation used to describe a company's Demand Side Platform. DSP is a system that allows digital advertisers to manage multiple ad exchanges and data exchange accounts through one interface to buy, manage, report on, and optimize the display of advertising media. The platform and the Zeta technology are together an example of a demand-side platform. Also known as DSP. Zeta offers both self-service and managed service through the DSP.
The dynamic elements of a campaign email are the portions of content where information is populated using logic and/or data from a person's profile.
Economic Activity Score
Economic Activity Score is the score generated by the data cloud to indicate the overall health of the US Economy. This score is based on analysis of data cloud signals as well as macro economic indicators such as GDP and Unemployment
Email Preview Text
Inboxes typically generate a preview of what is inside the email to give readers a better idea if it's worth opening. The Preview Text field allows users to explicitly set this preview without needing to show this text in content.
Email channel marketing within ZMP, allows a user to create, deploy, and optimize email marketing campaign efforts from triggered and transactional messages to one-time or ongoing campaigns.
Zeta’s Deliverability Team offers advanced services to help clients solve various deliverability challenges. Our Deliverability Team proactively monitors inbox placement trends, provides deliverability optimization strategies and guidance on industry best practices, and maintains strong and trusted relationships with ISPs and industry groups. In addition, the ZMP provides deliverability reporting which gives marketers a summary of deliverability performance across campaigns.
Email Marketing Service Providers
Enterprise Marketing Software Suite
Events are the actions users take and can be used to trigger campaigns and experiences on a 1:1 level.
An events node can be added to further filter combinations of specific events for which you want to tailor the experience.
The ZMP’s omnichannel orchestration interface that allows marketers to create and manage experiences across all supported marketing channels, as well as any external channel that is connected through Channel Manager, with live performance data on every touchpoint.
Explicit properties are the properties and values associated with an individual (e.g., first name, last name) that clients tell ZMP about in order to adequately activate their marketing use cases.
External Campaign Codes
External Campaign Codes are the name/value pairs that will be passed along in the Event Export for campaign events without appending to the links.
External Link Tracking
External Link Tracking allows users to automatically append parameters and values to links with white-listed domains.
The Feed widget on the dashboard displays the recent account events (e.g., campaign sends, segments created, user purge status).
First Party Data
First Party Data is any data collected by the marketer from their own data sources including their CRM, POS, advertising channels, marketing channels, etc.
The Forrester Wave™ is a guide for buyers considering their purchasing options in a technology marketplace. To offer an equitable process for all participants, Forrester follows a publicly available methodology, which we apply consistently across all participating vendors.
FTP Secret Key
The password needed for the STFP where the files will be dropped.
Gartner Magic Quadrant
A Gartner Magic Quadrant is a culmination of research in a specific market, giving you a wide-angle view of the relative positions of the market’s competitors.
Gravitar is an internet service that can be used to set an avatar linking it to an email address. ZMP attempts to pull an avatar from Gravitar for a profile picture in the person's profile.
A hard bounce is an email that could not be delivered, permanently. An example of a hard bounced email is if the email does not exist.
Identifiers are any data, attributes, or events that tie back to a probabilistic or deterministic consumer identity.
The Opportunity Explorer provides a variety of tools that make it possible to identify opportunities as well as provides actionable insights that can be immediately activated across multiple channels.
Implicit properties are the properties and their values associated with an individual (e.g., time stamp, last seen, browser) that ZMP can infer about an individual based on their subscription statuses and interactions with emails and client websites.
The Insight Report provides consumer insights by helping to identify opportunities with breakdowns of demographic, behavioral, transactional and location indices and provides actionable insights that can be immediately activated across channels.
A group of users within the Zeta Data Cloud that possess intent through signals that indicate a high likelihood to complete a particular action or step, based on information that we already know about them through behavior, demographic data, etc. (e.g. High-indexing intender audiences for home insurance correlated to those who just purchased a new home).
Intent, or customer intent, is the purpose or reason behind a behavior or action in a customer’s journey toward a purchase.
An intent score is a confidence score generated by the AI in the data cloud and is used to evaluate whether or not someone is demonstrating an intent to convert, or make a purchase imminently. When this score becomes greater than .7, or 70%, it's considered an intent signal.
Inbox Service Provider (synonymous to Internet Service Provider)
Describes the path of every customer action and interaction with a brand, from awareness to purchase. A customer experience can be one journey, but more often it refers to the entire set of journeys and interactions a customer has with a brand.
Data files in which each row, or line, is a separate and valid JSON object. In ZMP these would either be event or people objects.
Customer who has personally identified themselves to a marketer (i.e., given them deterministic personal data like physical or email address, phone number, etc.). Known customers are reachable via direct marketing channels (i.e., email, SMS, direct mail) and Zeta can also personalize known visitors to a marketer’s website or connected TV viewers.
The left navigation (a.k.a. Lev Nav) menu is the vertical left bar that contains selectable commands and options to various ZMP features and tools.
The Link Map highlights linked areas in content, if the links have been clicked, and how many times the links were clicked on, at least once by individual people.
Liquid is an open-source templating language built by Shopify used by ZMP to make dynamic content possible in ZMP.
Liquid filters change the output of an object.
Liquid Objects tell ZMP were to show dynamic content in a template.
Liquid tags are used to define dynamic logic within content.
A list is a static group of individuals from an audience used in campaigns. Common use cases for lists include control groups and email seed lists among others. List membership has to be updated manually.
The Litmus tool is used to preview emails across 90+ email clients, apps, and devices to ensure an on-brand, error-free subscriber experience.
Tracks anonymous and known visitors across a marketer’s website and identifies interests of visitors for retargeting and Lookalike models.
Audiences built by modeling customer data to find prospects that have similar behaviors and attributes, which are typically used for prospecting and acquisition of new customers.
Mark as Transactional
Mark as Transactional is a toggle that sets the campaign to ignore subscription status of a campaign's audience for the sole purpose of deploying transactional campaigns that are in compliance with CAN-SPAM regulations.
Macro-level shopping trends, interests, and consumption patterns across products and competitors to know when to re-enter the market or double down on spend.
Real-time, industry-level data and analytics that show consumer sentiment and spend propensity across all verticals. MarketPulse shows marketing opportunities based on evolving interests, demographics, behavioral signals, and brand affinities, including customized competitor overlays.
Short for marketing technology; describes a range of software and tools that assist in achieving marketing goals or objectives. Martech solutions focus on content and customer experience, advertising, direct marketing, marketing management and marketing data and analytics.
Matched Audiences is a targeting strategy built around the data of a filtered group of individuals that have similar behaviors and attributes, and is typically used for prospecting and acquisition of new customers.
A matched list is a set of first-party individuals uploaded into the Zeta Marketing Platform who are then matched to Zeta’s Data Cloud and further enriched with potential intender audience membership and other data points.
Maximum Send Rate
When Maximum Send Rate is enabled, it set's the maximum number of messages deployed per hour by this campaign. This is not compatible with Prime Time.
Metrics are quantitative measurements (e.g., sent, delivered, clicks, opens, etc.).
MMS stands for multimedia message service.
Mail Transfer Agent (email pixel assigned to individuals)
A cross-channel campaign that is coordinated across some touchpoints.
An experiment that tests two or more variables within an email campaign.
A type of advertising that matches the style and context of where it is being delivered. Native advertising therefore often seems advertorial.
A nested filter is part of a segment filter used to group multiple filter statements together.
Within the Experience Builder, there are four experience nodes (Events, Delays, Split, and Action) that are the building blocks for any given experience. They are the triggers we use to build a user experience.
On-Site Campaigns are recommendations campaigns. In these campaigns, ZMP generates product and/or article recommendations for people browsing a client's website.
Engagement with customers across a variety of advertising, marketing, and business operations channels to create a seamlessly connected experience.
Omnichannel Customer Experience
Engagement with customers across a variety of advertising, marketing and business operations channels to create a seamlessly connected experience.
Unique benefits of using Zeta Solutions to achieve better Outcomes, the WHY Zeta. Opportunities drive Solution value and differentiation. For example, Zeta’s Customer Acquisition Solution incorporates unique targeting Opportunities to acquire more high value customers at a lower cost than competing solutions.
A data visualization interface in the ZMP that provides interactive, real-time, actionable insights from Zeta’s Data Cloud to help clients acquire, retain, and grow their customer base.
A brand’s planning or coordination of the customer journey to minimize effort and improve interactions.
Paid campaigns are Acquisition and Programmatic campaign types used to send campaign requests to internal Zeta teams for activation.
The central location in ZMP used to coalesce a person's contact values, properties, events, and messages.
Preferred Contact Type
Preferred Contact Type set's the preferred contact value to be used when sending campaign messages. This is used with people who have more than one contact value for a given channel and a client enables this preference.
Person Properties are the properties and their values associated with an individual needed by a client to adequately activate their marketing use cases.
PII stands for Personally Identifiable Information. Examples of PII include, but are not limited to:
Name: full name, maiden name, mother’s maiden name, or alias
Biometric data: retina scans, voice signatures, or facial geometry
Information identifying personally owned property: VIN number or title number
A pixel is a small block of code on a webpage that allows websites to read and place cookies.
Prime time is ZMP's send time optimization feature. When this feature is enabled in a broadcast campaign, prime time will attempt to optimize the send time of the campaign for each individual member in your audience to help improve open rates.
Prime Time Heat Map
The Prime Time Heat Map is a summary display of an account's most likely to engage time with an email. It is also used to display a person's primetime in the person's profile.
A potential customer with desirable characteristics for a marketer (and often an acquisition target).
Push ID is the contact value used to send push notifications to a device.
Push notification is the delivery of information (a message or alert) in real-time from a software application to a computing device (e.g., iPhone) without a specific request from the client.
Zeta’s AI selects content and products most relevant to a prospect or customer based on their behavior, interests, transactional history, etc.
Remove Duplicate Emails
Remove Duplicate emails is a toggle that removes duplicate email addresses within a campaign's audience. This is not needed when user_id is equal to an email address.
The ZMP’s flexible, robust, and visual report builder that helps users identify growth opportunities and make data-driven campaign choices easily. With Report Builder, users can utilize metrics and dimensions to build valuable, customized reports.
Explores demographic, behavioral, location, and purchase data, along with top-performing channels to help segment marketing audiences before a campaign and measure post-campaign performance.
A REST API is a representational state transfer based application programming interface used to transfer data and build applications.
Run count is the act of making the campaign compute the estimated size of the included audience after accounting for exclusions, suppressions, and subscription status.
Advertising across a wide or broad scope of an audience.
Search Engine Marketing
Search engine marketing (SEM) is marketing using paid advertisements that appear on search engine results pages. Advertisers bid on keywords that users might enter into search engines (e.g., Google, Bing) when looking for certain products or services, which gives the advertiser the opportunity for their ads to appear alongside results for those search queries.
Search Engine Optimization
Optimizing a website to be content- and keyword-rich in order to appear higher on search engine results.
First-party data is received directly from the source.
technology platform with the single mission of enabling publishers to manage their Ad impression inventory and maximize revenue from digital media. As such they offer an efficient, automated, and secure way to tap into the available sources of advertising income and provide insight into the various revenue streams and audiences.
Search Engine Optimization. Optimizing a website to be content and keyword-rich in order to appear higher on search engine results.
Any web site on which a visitor may participate in a Zeta Campaign by viewing and/or clicking on Ads).
The Template Library is a collection of content templates available for campaigns.
A Terminal Node is the last node a person is pushed to while moving through an experience. After which, the person is no-longer in-flight in the experience.
Third Party Data
Third-party data is defined as any data collected from a variety of sources by a company with no direct connection to the consumer whose data is collected.
Total Open Rate (TOR) counts the total number of opened emails including the multiple times an email was opened. TOR can equal more than 100%.
A tracked segment is a type of segment that is kept up-to-date in real-time with all eligible people. Tracked segments generate entry and exit events based on individual qualification for the filter criteria that makes up the segment. Tracked segment membership can also provide reporting insight over time.
Triggered campaigns are 1:1 event-based campaigns that send messages to a single subscriber based on an event or series of events called behaviors.
Understanding Outcomes involves accessing, automating, and filtering campaign reporting data in real-time to better understand their overall campaign marketing effectiveness based on the reporting outcomes.
The tactics (e.g., acquire new customers) to achieve outcomes (e.g., revenue growth). Use cases are solved by solutions.
A user ID (User Identification) is the client's identifier for a customer, such as email address or account number, and should be unique.
The right side of the person's profile contains the journey which is the chronologically ordered series of events that have occurred for this user.
UTM Tags are the default set of parameters available for external link tracking. These are typically used by Google Analytics. More can be added in Settings.
Used to discover new audiences and insights specific to a vertical.
The Visual Editor is the drag and drop content editor, provided as a plug-in from Beefree.io.
Visual Editor Image Library
The Visual Editor Image Library is a user interface to make managing image assets for emails easier.
A closed platform or ecosystem in which the provider of the platform has total control over content, applications and/or media; examples include Meta (Facebook/Instagram), Amazon, Google.
Website overlays are forms and lightboxes embedded on client websites that are used to collect email addresses and other information directly from people's submissions on clients' websites.
The delivery of personalized content on a brand’s website to drive better engagement and performance. Zeta’s platform supports both overlay interactions and in-page recommendations.
A white-listed domain is a domain that is eligible to receive external tracking parameters and values. Domains are white-listed for external tracking in Settings.
Identifies brand-level trending topics that resonate with different demographic groups. Marketers use ZDI to pinpoint trends for products, lines of business and features related to their brand, providing creative direction, campaign penetration measurement and benchmarks against competitors.
Zeta Markup Language (ZML)
Zeta Markup Language is the formal term used for ZMP's implementation of Liquid Script.
The Zeta Marketing Platform is the largest omnichannel marketing platform with identity data at its core. The ZMP analyzes billions of structured and unstructured data points to predict consumer intent by leveraging sophisticated artificial intelligence to personalize experiences at scale.
ZMP Content Delivery Network
The ZMP Content Delivery Network is the network of edge servers used to move static assets like images closer to people to improve image load times in emails.
ZMP Title Bar
The ZMP Title Bar is a user interface element that contains links to other sections of the website and is displayed on all pages within the website. The horizontal bar contains various links that allow users to quickly visit other areas within the website.
ZOE (DO NOT USE)
The term ZOE (Zeta Opportunity Explorer) is no longer being used as it has been replaced with the Opportunity Explorer which is a feature in ZMP that includes market-level and customer-level insights, as well as recommended action cards.
Zync Cookie ID
The Zync Cookie ID is the ID for the Zeta Zync cookie used to track the individual across the Zeta Data Cloud.