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A little spark of madness

Russian spoons, bonkers beer mats, broccoli coffee and all things Cannes. Another week here on planet earth with DMA writing manager, Rosanne Stewart. 
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Reputation.com: 3 steps to improve your online reputation management

Join Reputation.com for a session to help you manage how your organisation is seen online. A masterclass in customer experience, tune in and get to grips with everything from online reviews to social media, and change your business for the better.
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Who, what and when: targeted, relevant and timely marketing

Matt Lawson and Laura Boudin discuss how new data and integrated technology can give marketers a more comprehensive view of their customers.
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Succeeding in the Financial Services Industry Alongside the FinTechs

Discover what FinTech means, and if FinTech innovators pose a threat in our blog about marketing in the finance industry.
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'GDPR and making privacy a brand asset'

Chris Combemale, DMA Group CEO, spoke at a TISA GDPR seminar at law firm Covington’s London office on the Strand.
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After the GDPR Apocalypse: Poor Deliverability Made it Even Worse!

Following on from the launch of the DMA Email Council Best Practice guide, Guy Hanson, Return Path, delves deeper into the GDPR post-apocalyptic environment and email marketing.
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International Fundraising Strategy: Identifying Countries Most Likely to Donate

With more access to data and online panels, your international fundraising strategy can now be more donor-centric and based on real time marketing insights into what influences different types of people.
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Post GDPR: How to Get Over the Breakup

So you lost 50% of your email subscribers. Now what?
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GDPR personal data could be a force for common good if consumers share more

In the wake of GDPR legislation, finding a way to encourage people to share their personal data more widely is crucial to enabling the service breakthroughs everyone wants. But there’s a level of trust that needs to be built first, says J Cromack of Consentric
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