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Thoughts from the tsunami of repermissioning emails (part 2 of 2)

Tsunami of repermissioning

How are you coping with the tsunami of repermissioning emails? Have they filled your InBox yet? Before we all get sick of them and let inertia reduce our subscriptions (providing consent is being sought), let’s return to our review of these communications. In part 1 of this series, I reviewed a number of emails that I’d received from suppliers to my business. A mixture of those seeking consent (informed opt-in).. Read More

Learning from the tsunami of repermissioning emails (part 1 of 2)

repermissioning emails

Back last year, when sharing research on data sharing & trust, I predicted a coming ‘tsunami’ of repermissioning emails by businesses. I’m sure you are already experiencing that. It probably feels like a reminder of your diverse interests, as so many brands contact you. Some may have a strong customer relationship with you, others you may not remember ever using. Either way, there appears to be a real mixture in.. Read More

Turning back the Marketing Analytics clock? GDPR & location data

marketing analytics clock

As you prepare for GDPR compliance day (25th May), are you turning back your marketing analytics clock? With a particular focus on use of location data, guest blogger Tony Boobier returns with a different perspective. This builds on his previous post, suggesting that GDPR challenged the ‘Big Data mindset’. Now, I am on record as stating that I see GDPR as a positive development. Enhanced consumer rights & an opportunity.. Read More

Implicit Research Methods, resources on those you should consider using

implicit research

Following Katie’s useful introduction to behavioural research, this post surveys implicit research techniques. Given the relevance of implicit research techniques, to monitoring behaviour, it makes sense to dig deeper. In this post, I will share the breadth of these technique, current usage & academic basis. Plus, to finish, I’ll share details of an upcoming event in London. As we’ve shared before, learning in the field of Behavioural Economics (and related.. Read More

Christmas Special – insight about the festive season

As Christmas draws closer, it’s time for a Christmas Special blog post. Like a double-length Radio Times, I hope these festive goodies will keep you entertained over the holiday. Two thoughts have guided my selection of material to share with you this week. Firstly, after so much focus on specific themes (Data Visualisation, Stakeholders, GDPR & Data Quality) I aim to be broader. Following my definition of Holistic Customer Insight,.. Read More

GDPR requires data quality, sharing survey results in the home of hampers

GDPR requires data quality

Amidst all the focus on GDPR, it’s easy to forget that GDPR requires data quality. Over a Fortnum & Mason’s breakfast, I had the chance to discuss this neglected aspect. So much of the social media buzz around GDPR focusses on contentious topics like when you need opt-in consent. Individuals rights to opt out of profiling, be forgotten & Privacy by Design, all these GDPR topics have had their limelight… Read More

Customer Data: Is it the new Marketing Battleground?

Data and analytics are being called the new marketing battleground. Indeed, many experienced marketers are rushing to brush up on their technical knowledge. So, continuing our focus on applications of data & analytics, I’m delighted to welcome back Peter. Peter Lavers is Director of WCL and Customer Attuned. He is also regularly recognised as one of the top CX experts and influencers today. Time flies by and surprisingly, it’s almost.. Read More