Brett has been developing and managing digital marketing projects since 2012, and is Google Analytics certified. His approach for any project is to take a deep dive into data and find the key information to help optimize it. He also focuses his attention on possible risks associated with any short-term or long-term digital projects.
Non-compliance with evolving internet privacy laws can lead to some scary outcomes. But fear not; compliance is within reach and even has some good side effects -- if you get out in front of the rules and put the right tools and procedures in place. Here are three basic steps to take now.
It’s possible to set up online cookie consent and DSAR tools yourself. But unless you have very savvy marketing and/or IT teams, it might be best to work with an experienced partner. Find out why and get five tips to help make your implementation go as smoothly as possible.
As online privacy evolves and new laws are enacted, online cookie consent management tools can help you adapt more efficiently and effectively to meet both current compliance standards and those yet to come.