In the wake of the past several months of very high profile reporting on ad targeting during the 2016 US Presidential Election, the pearl clutching over the GDPR and user data privacy more broadly being in the news, Google has rolled out a new system to see what data it has on consumers.
The GDPR is really big on privacy, and we wrote more about it recently here. Depending on how some cookies are set up, even if they don’t specifically identify you, could still be used to single you out based on your device, location and other criteria. So cookies will still be a big part of this game of compliance.
Worse, 22% of organizations are unaware that they must comply with GDPR, even if they are based outside of the EU but hold data of EU citizens when the GDPR starts applying on May 25, 2018.
As 2017 comes to a close, cre8 is happy to announce we now have five verified reviews of our work on Clutch. Clutch is a B2B Ratings and reviews site that researches the leading technology and digital marketing companies from around the world.
At cre8, and for many of our clients, we’ve been using authorize.net for credit transactions for many years. Recently we decided to make the switch from Authorize.net to Stripe for a couple of reasons.
If you haven’t noticed, since January 2017 Google Chrome has been showing warnings next to the address bar if you are on a website that isn’t using encryption for data like on forms.
We've worked with many organizations and associations that have gone through staff turnover, or a new board every year. The first few days (or weeks) can be daunting for the new team members who are trying to find their way around all the communication channels and project management systems.
If you already feature social proof, or customer testimonials, on your website, you know they can add creditability and help the sales process.
Are you getting the most you can out of your agency? Make sure you keep your relationship in sync with these tips.
While doing some competitive analysis with a client last week, they were surprised when we went off track and looked at websites and apps from different vertical markets.