We’re often surprised how reluctant prospective clients are to ask about likely costs when discussing a new website project. Some do of course, but often we have to raise the topic. It's as if we have to give permission before the subject can be broached.
Many digital professionals and business owners across the UK are wondering how GDPR will change the way in which they market to people post 25th May 2018 and what the opportunities it brings to increase leads and sales.
If you don’t know where your digital marketing team currently stand in relation to these goals, it’s time to assess your team’s strategy and structure in order to deliver best practice digital marketing.
You may have been exposed to lots of information relaying the ‘do’s and don'ts’ when it comes to data in line with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). However, you’re probably still scratching your head pondering ‘what do I need to do practically?’ Allow us to provide some insights into how you can generate leads in the GDPR era.