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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Internet

Expert: How ethics in AI could impact data privacy

Just a year since the EU instituted GDPR to specify how businesses can collect, analyze, and use consumer data, consumer trust continues to be one of the biggest issues facing global businesses. This is because, while there has been a short-tern slowing of data breaches, larger, mega-breaches continue to happen and are a concern to consumers. That, according to one expert, is where ethics in AI may come to play. >>

Mobile Marketing

Study:More people opening phones with no destination in mind

In the early days of smartphones, consumers would open their phones with a destination in mind. They wanted to play a game, send a text, or maybe order a pizza for dinner. And, while consumers continue turning to their phones for everything from social media to food delivery, many are now opening their phones without a destination in mind. And that, according to a new report, could mean money for the right apps, merchants, or service providers. >>

Mobile Marketing

Expert: How 5G could neutralize Net Neutrality

Just over a year ago, the US Congress repealed the FCC's Net Neutrality ruling - a ruling that made it illegal for mobile and internet providers to charge more for access to certain sites or platform. While Congress is gearing up for another fight, this time to reinstate Net Neutrality, one expert says it may no longer be needed. >>

Ecommerce

Study: Page and content loads key to experience

New data out this month may seem like it's from 1999 because it's all about page and content load times. According to researchers, three keys to creating a positive customer experience online continue to be page load times, image/content load times, and simple link structures. >>




Internet

Brands: How to ensure GDPR compliance now

As we near the year anniversary of the EU's GDPR initiative, many businesses still haven't implemented the right technology and strategies to ensure their mailing lists, data collection, and targeting are compliant. Even those brands outside the EU could stand to take another look at how compliant they are with data privacy as consumers are more leery of data use every year. Here are a few tips. >>

Social Marketing

Despite demographic differences, social media users quite similar

According to a new Pew Researcher Center Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram remain the most-used of the social networks. Researchers also found that young adults like Instagram while Facebook's users are trending older. But there are similarities that make social media users similar despite their differences. >>

Advertising

Study: Marketers still unsure of their AI tech

Marketers continue to make inroads into the adoption of artificial intelligence for things like targeting and data analysis, however one new report finds that while using AI many businesses remain unsure if this tech supports their strategies and objectives. >>

Advertising

Brands: How to correct a distractive data course

Data is a huge help to businesses. It can help connect them with in-market consumers, create deeper loyalty and connections, and identify new customers. Sometimes, however, data can lead a brand off-course. If that is the case, here are tips to get back on the right path. >>

Loyalty Marketing

Study finds experience key to engaging loyalty members

Loyalty programs continue to build, drawing new members every day, but one new report indicates that rather than pricing or even product superiority, the brand experience is now key to engaging loyalty program members. >>

Email Marketing

How to make email interactive

Email has long been a go-to for businesses to reach in-market consumers, and it remains many consumers' preferred mode of contact with their favorite brands. But, simple cut-and-paste strategies with product information is not engaging. Consumers want interactivity. Here are a few tips to create an interactive email strategy. >>

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