You may or may not be aware of the looming GDPR rules governing the handling of personal data, which are to be enforced one year from now, as of May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced by the European Union and will take place regardless of the UK’s departure from the EU. As a digital agency handling a number of web design clients, we must take any new legislation seriously and to avoid problems, your company should too.
With the New Year round the corner, comes a new start, new challenges, and new opportunities. This is especially the case in the world of business, where 2014 is expected to offer us a number of new and exciting ways to market our businesses. – Specifically to market your website.
The world is not and has never been a predictable place and if you don’t believe in crystal balls I suggest you eliminate any kind of future predictions. Trying to make predictions about a dynamic and ever-changing field like that of digital marketing is an impossible mission.
Google, already being the undisputed leader of mobile search, is not resting on its laurels. The search giant throws its resources on specific problems related to mobile devices.
"Implied consent" is the term now being used for the shift in responsibility to the user rather than the website owner(s), subsequently becoming an instant relief to millions of UK websites operators who have been struggling to comply with new EU directive which came into law in 2011. During the early planning stages of the law, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) had said that ‘implied consent’ would not work, however on Thursday; the ICO changed its mind and said that informed consent would suffice.