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Sunday, May 27, 2018

GDPR and the Right Side of History

Brian Halligan sent this note to all HubSpot employees this morning: Yesterday, I got three emails from vendors asking me if it is okay that...

Facebook Has Launched Its Political Ad Archive

Facebook today unveiled the publicly searchable archive of political ads it said it would develop in April. The launch comes alongside new labeling...

Facebook to Roll Out 'Similar' EU Privacy Options to All Users

Facebook announced today that it will be sending all users a News Feed alert asking them to review their data and privacy options.  The alert, says...

Beardbrand Founder on Moving Away from Amazon

In an ecommerce world that is seemingly dominated by Amazon, Eric Bandholz has just moved his company’s products away from that marketplace. The company,...

Facebook Business Manager: The Ultimate Guide

It’s likely you’ve heard of Facebook Business Manager, which Facebook describes as their tool to “manage ad accounts, Pages, and the people who work...

How to Make Quotes for Instagram: 9 Apps to Try This...

When you come across a beautiful sight -- be it a beach, a mountain, or your pet's face -- sometimes, it inspires you to...

Despite the GDPR, Cookies Are Vital to Ecommerce

Cookies are in the spotlight with the E.U.’s new General Data Protection Regulation. It follows the E.U.’s “Cookie Directive,” which has been in effect...

Ecommerce Briefs: Walmart Wins Flipkart; Amazon Expands Prime; Target Beefs Up

In “Ecommerce Briefs,” I address news and developments from online merchants. In this installment, I’ll address Walmart’s purchase of a majority interest in Flipkart,...

Every Business Has an Origin Story: A Lesson in Branding

“We’ve lost our way.” I’ve heard this from clients countless times. And it’s no wonder people are saying this: today’s businesses have to evolve very...

Unriddled: Net Neutrality's Second Chance, Facebook's Dubious Breakup, and More Tech...

Welcome one, welcome all, to your unofficial midweek marker: HubSpot's Wednesday weekly tech news roundup. Traditionally, things start to "slow down" in May. People graduate,...
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