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The best GDPR stats & surveys we've seen

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll know that GDPR comes into force this Friday 25th May.

You might have also noticed that we’ve been heavily covering it here on the blog, with articles ranging from the role of copywriters to brands displaying UX best practice. 

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How Virgin Holidays is using AI to improve email marketing ROI

Tone of voice is key for a brand like Virgin Holidays, especially when it comes to grabbing the attention of email subscribers.

Previously, the company has relied on copywriters to encapsulate its quirky and adventurous attitude. 

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What keeps UK marketers awake at night when it comes to customer data?

Collecting, managing and using customer and prospect data is essential to marketing success. But it brings its own range of challenges, as well as opportunities.

New research from Royal Mail Data Services with brand and agency marketers has highlighted what these are, and how they are being overcome.

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Facebook's interest-based ad targeting highlights GDPR uncertainty

The GDPR is still a little over a week away from going into effect and already it's clear that there are going to be big disagreements over what compliance actually looks like.

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GDPR and email marketing: Everything’s gonna be all right

I’ve got great news for you, email marketers of the world! The GDPR doesn’t mean the end of life as you know it. The end is NOT nigh. 

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GDPR: What future for first, second and third-party data

The GDPR goes into effect in less than two weeks and while many companies are focused on executing their compliance strategies, it's not too early to start thinking about the future of data in a post-GDPR world.

Here are how first, second and third-party data will likely be affected by the game-changing regulation.

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Three ways energy & utility companies are innovating in marketing

The energy and utilities sector is shifting away from its old ‘call centre’ culture. 

This is largely due to the adoption of new technology within the industry, plus a new wave of challenger brands using it to drive operations.

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How banks are using big data & segmentation to lure depositors

Interest rates are on the rise in the US and banks, eager to lure depositors, are finally beginning to increase the rates they offer depositors.

Sort of.

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Many B2B marketers are still relying on intuition more than data: survey

The world is awash in more data than ever and one of the reasons there's so much of it is that companies have embraced the notion that data can increase the efficacy of their marketing efforts and drive sales.

But a new study published by Dun & Bradstreet and Forrester Research indicates that in the B2B realm, many marketers are relying more heavily on their intuition than they are on data when making decisions.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Get ready for a splendid round-up of stats.

This week’s includes news about data privacy, product pages, voice assistants and much more. And don’t forget to check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more.

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Google Analytics: How to filter out spam traffic to get accurate data

When it comes to analysing your site’s traffic it’s often an assumption that the number of sessions you see in your Google Analytics account accurately represents the number of real people visiting your site, but this isn’t always the case.

Sometimes traffic isn’t a real person, sometimes it’s a bot, or spider, and sometimes it’s a spammer.

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The GDPR claims its first victims

The GDPR goes into effect later this month and GDPR compliance efforts are well underway. For example, users of online services around the world are receiving notifications of updated terms of service and privacy policies.

Some of the updates contained in these agreements are significant. Facebook-owned WhatsApp, for instance, has increased its minimum age to 16. Snapchat isn't abandoning users under 16, but it is changing how some of its features work for its under-16 userbase.

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