GDPR Is Already Here: A Simple Marketing Guide for Compliance

GDPR Is Already Here: A Simple Marketing Guide for Compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) initiative has put customers back in the driver's seat. Customers and prospects will henceforth own their personal data and have control over the communications they receive. As marketers, we represent the voice of the customer. The European Union's GDPR helps us do that by focusing on the "customer first." We should do so not only for EU customers but for all customers. Preference Center One way to provide valuable information to customers and prospects is to use a preference center. These preferences are managed in a centralized repository and collected in a user-facing portal known as a preference center." Preference management provides you with the ability to honor your customers' needs, improve marketing ROI, and comply with GDPR regulations. A preference center is based on the issues you solve for customers, not on the solutions you sell. Customers can identify how often they want to receive communications from you and on which marketing channels—email, text, blogs, etc.

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) initiative has put customers back in the driver’s seat. Customers and prospects will henceforth own their personal data and have control over the communications they receive.

As marketers, we represent the voice of the customer. The European Union’s GDPR helps us do that by focusing on the “customer first.” The best possible outcome is that Marketing provides the customer with information considered valuable.

We should do so not only for EU customers but for all customers.

Preference Center

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