Marketing in the world of GDPR, CCPA and third-party cookie blocking

Marketers now exist in the world of data privacy regulations. The world where browsers such as Safari and Firefox block third-party cookie-based tracking and mobile operating systems block the ability to track location data. And it’s only going to get more challenging with further regulations to be expected. You may be gradually getting worse results… Continue Reading Marketing in the world of GDPR, CCPA and third-party cookie blocking

How to Pitch: Prism

Background: Prism launched in 2019 with the intent to shift visibility and power to the communities closest to the issues and problems the sites reports on, says managing editor, Ashton Lattimore. “Our work challenges dominant, toxic media narratives by driving new ones informed and written by people with direct, lived experiences — especially people of…… Continue Reading How to Pitch: Prism

Making Finances Personal Again: A Conversation with Personal Capital About Digital Personalization and Human Engagement

Photo by averie woodard on Unsplash Two-thirds of people are losing sleep every night over financial anxiety. Eric Weiss, SVP Growth and Performance Marketing, and the team at Personal Capital, are determined to see that statistic change. Their approach? Making finance personal again. I spent time with Weiss recently to discuss Personal Capital’s human-centered approach… Continue Reading Making Finances Personal Again: A Conversation with Personal Capital About Digital Personalization and Human Engagement

Twitter lets pedophiles publicly discuss their sexual ‘attraction to minors,’ scholar argues

Social platforms like Instagram and Twitter discreetly change their terms and conditions on the regular. For example, last year we saw Facebook quietly introduce the ban on ‘sexual emoji’ that proved discriminatory towards sex workers and NSFW artists making a living on the platform. Now, as Australian academic pointed out, Twitter seemingly changed its guidelines… Continue Reading Twitter lets pedophiles publicly discuss their sexual ‘attraction to minors,’ scholar argues