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Heads Up – w/e 13th April 2018

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FAQ’s about the impending GDPR (from Click Dimensions)

Click Dimensions is an advanced email marketing and web analytics tool for Microsoft Dynamics users. Evorio recently gained Silver Partner status with Click Dimensions which allows us to fully support customers that adopt the Click Dimensions product.

In this article Click Dimensions lists some of the FAQs that relate to GDPR and also how the software can help with compliance.

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FAQ’s about the impending GDPR (from Click Dimensions) [Source: Click Dimensions]

Practical negotiating tips to improve your skills

Whether you’re in sales, marketing or any other business role, it’s likely that your negotiating skills could help (or hamper) your ability to gain what you want. This article has some practical tips for approaching your next negotiation a little more prepared.

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Practical negotiating tips to improve your skills [Source: inc]

A marketer’s guide to chatbots

Chatbots are one of the latest tools available to marketers. But what do we really know about them? The assumption can sometimes be that a chatbot is there to replace part of the customer service function. But in truth, chatbots can be used for many different – and often quite specific – purposes to help engage with the customer. If you want to brush up on what Chatbots can and can’t do, this is an easy-to-read and yet comprehensive article on the subject.

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A marketer’s guide to chatbots [Source: Vertical Leap]

Google to start indexing mobile sites first

Google’s plans to prioritise mobile websites over their desktop equivalents continues. Most recently, Google will now be indexing the content of the mobile versions of websites over desktop versions. For some businesses this may not mean much of a change but for others where the mobile website has differences to the desktop version, it could affect their search engine rankings. It’s worth understanding the issues.

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Google to start indexing mobile sites first [Source: econsultancy]