LinkedIn has become one of my main go to places for my social media fix in the last 12 months. The network has finally begun to mature from a network where you made connections, and were not sure why, or what to do next, to a more serious business network.
For those who are not familiar with LinkedIn, think of it like Facebook for business or professionals. I don’t have many clients who I am friends with on Facebook but I have well over 1,000 who I connect with on LinkedIn. On Facebook you have friends and on LinkedIn you have connections. It is for connecting people in work with similar people in the same industry and used for making Business to Business connections.
You might have noticed recently that all of a sudden next to your address bar a “Not secure” icon is displayed when browsing certain websites.
This means if you have a form on your Web page asking for a password or an input asking for a credit card the page will be treated as “Not Secure”. In fact even general pages that don’t ask for this information are now marked as insecure too! Just click the little (i) next to the URL and you are likely to be shown another warning such as this:
Despite what many GDPR consultants and training courses are telling you in order to sell their services, you don’t need to totally rethink your Digital Marketing Strategy. Most of what they say are myths and scaremongering.
We aren’t trying to sell consultancy or courses on GDPR. In fact we are writing this post because many of our clients and people we meet at events and courses always want to know our opinion. What do we think about GDPR and what plans do we have in place for it?
We visited an Information Commissioner Office provided course on GDPR through Business Wales to see exactly what we can carry out under GDPR and found ourselves delighted to have our views on the legislation confirmed. You will be surprised at how many of our marketing strategies are still allowed under the new regulations.
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Black Mountains Smokery is a family-run gourmet food business based in the Brecon Beacons. Their award-winning smoked foods are carefully sourced from British suppliers and traditionally cured and smoked at their smokehouse in Crickhowell.
“InSynch have produced a highly complex web site for us, which was launched in time to be tested by our busy season. Eddy is particularly good at understanding and interpreting individual business requirements and the InSynch team has been responsive to issues and needs that have arisen. Development work continues in order to finesse the use of the website as an efficient management vehicle for our mail order business.”
We are excited to launch our new Total Digital MarketingPlus packages! With more and more clients joining our Total Digital Marketing plan each month, we have added a new option for each package. Our new Plus packages will allow clients to receive even more focused digital marketing consultancy and services when they first team up with InSynch.
As a results driven organisation, we want our clients to promptly see the benefits of digital marketing, therefore having more time and attention spent on your digital marketing strategy at the beginning is advantageous.
Total Digital Marketing Plus is available on all of our current packages, but will allow for 50% extra time for the first three months to enable businesses to hit the ground running. We want your business to see Total Digital Marketing Success.