Rising above a new wave of data collection resulting in oceans of consumer information Back in the 80s, Rockwell and Michael Jackson had a massive hit with “Somebody’s Watching Me.” Oh, if they only knew what surveillance and data collection norms awaited us today. Maybe we could all land hit singles singing about our experiences? […]
Let’s get one thing straight about location tracking Privacy matters most when it comes to sensitive data Consumers could be forgiven for not being able to keep up with all the different ways scrupulous companies try to use their location data for profit. Or maybe they’ve just given up on caring. These days, every time […]
Cookies are going away and Big Tech players are trying to find a quick fix for ad personalization. The latest fix? Google Topics.
And now it’s time for a breakdown Our last post focused on the hidden value of data trapped in silos. Today we’ll cover the steps B2B and B2C companies can take right now to break this data free in pursuit of improved profitability. The past 18 months threw many companies for a loop. Many attempted to […]
Massive changes ranging from government regulation to moves by big tech players are coming and they are threatening marketers’ ability to build relationships with consumers. These changes include: Disparate local data privacy laws from state to state is challenging and costly, creating confusion for marketers and consumers alike. This causes tension, distrust, and complexity. Hardening […]
The number of consumer data privacy bills increased from 2019 to 2020, with bills considered in at least 30 states and Puerto Rico. This is exemplary of how marketers are being forced to consider continually increasing restrictions regarding privacy each year. The need to reach customers in more personalized ways has continued to grow as […]
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