Dan Goldstein

Heather Fletcher is senior content editor with Target Marketing.

Google is always working to ensure as many consumer eyeballs as possible remain on its platforms. And that audience is the major thing to remember for marketers who are upset about losing third-party tracking capabilities on Chrome later this year.

Small healthcare marketers, like single practitioners, have to get started somewhere. To that end, PulmonologyAdvisor has seven tips to get them started with their marketing.

Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are shutting off sales of their mobile customer location data to brokers who resell it to third parties. The companies can continue selling data to end-users. It means data providers are seeing increased public concern about data privacy, but the move doesn’t appear to impact location-based marketing such as geo-location or local search.

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