It’s May the fourth, the annual celebration of all things Star Wars, so we thought we’d update our quick rundown of some of the quotes from everyone’s favourite space saga that digital marketers everywhere from Ahch-To to Yavin 4 should know.
We recently looked at the big issue of GDPR and what it means for inbound marketers, and in particular focused on the two main areas the industry needs to be aware of – consent and legitimate interest. Here, in the second part of our piece on this new legislation that increases consumer data rights, we take a look at what needs to be done with the data we gather and process in order to be compliant and still manage to keep our inbound marketing strategies working.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching, and there are probably a lot of nervous inbound marketers out there, wondering what their agency or business needs to do to be compliant with these strict new rules on personal data. In a recent blog, we outlined the 12 main things you need to know about, from data auditing to data security and breach reports, but here, we take a closer look at the two big areas of concern for inbound marketing: legitimate interest and consent.
It’s still early in the year, but inbound marketers everywhere are starting to emerge from their winter hibernation and consider their digital marketing best practices for the year ahead. Having looked at the New Year resolutions and the strategies we should ditch in 2018, here we take a look at the major inbound marketing trends we should be considering to achieve success and growth.
It’s 2018, and it’s time for everybody to make their New Year resolutions. That doesn’t just mean those plans to join a gym (and stop going by February), or to cut down on the cakes, it also applies to your inbound marketing efforts and how you can generate more leads for your business by following the inbound marketing New Year resolution list.