Facebook Ads are essential to the marketing mix for many organizations now, so knowing if the social network will need to follow new data guidelines as the result of a recent $5 billion fine from the FTC is required reading. The quick answer appears to be “not yet,” but third-party oversight may be coming.
We in the marketing and public relations business talk a lot about brand trust. Do we walk it? With trust, simply put, you have a chance to succeed with prospects and customers. Without it, well, you do the math.
Gardening is one of the most popular hobbies in the United States. As an avid gardener, both indoors and out, I’m always searching for how to improve how my garden grows. As a search consultant, I am always looking for how to improve a site’s organic search performance.
They say data is an asset. I say it, too. If collected data are wielded properly, they can definitely lead to financial gains, either through a revenue increase or cost reduction. But that doesn’t mean that possessing large amounts of data guarantees large dollar figures for the collector. Data governance matters.
Two weeks back, two hearings in Congress were held about a possible forthcoming new federal data privacy law for the United States. Some of the testimony included fascinating insight.
Chet Dalzell’s recent thoughtful piece on “Our Digital Selves” came along at the same time I (and probably a gazillion others) were pondering the increasingly pressing question of data privacy in the digital age.