As of this week Apples’ iOS 14.5 Update has come into effect, and now thanks to this update your privacy is more secure online. Now when updating to iOS 14.5 on your iPhone, you will be prompted with a pop-up to set your own tracking permissions. To explain this the simplest way possible, this new feature will let you the user, control which apps are allowed to track your activity across other companies’ apps and websites.
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Dave Granfield Hey guys. Welcome back to another podcast. Another Google ads session with Dean. Dean Barker Talking about the Googlè Dave Granfield So we all know Dean loves to talk about Google. His product knowledge is immense and today we’re going to do, what are we talking about? Dean
Dave Granfield: Hey, James, I’ve changed things around a little bit. I mean like the office, right? Like, yeah. You know what I didn’t do. I didn’t sorry for everyone that’s listening to this podcast right now. Dave Granfield: I didn’t turn my little ambient light on in the background.
The digital marketing world has a lot of things to take note of and you might have encountered the term sales funnel once or twice. So, what is it really and why is it so important for an e-commerce business to have one?
Apple’s announcement of privacy tracking changes for the iOS 14 update certainly shook up the Facebook Advertising Industry and we still don’t know exactly what this means for the Facebook platform.
Dave Granfield: Hey, mate. How are you going? Jay Janus: Good. How are you going? Dave Granfield: Probably better than you. How’s your week been? Jay Janus: Been busy. It’s been good. A lot of things are happening in the industry at the moment, so working hard to keep on
2 Questions to ask an Agency. Google bidding strategies you should be using for e-commerce. Dave Granfield: Agency Guys. Welcome back. This is the middle of December 2020. We kind of took a hiatus on podcasts and blogs because we got too busy, but we’re back now. Dean Barker: Welcome
How the Digital Marketing Landscape Changed: Dave Granfield: So, All right. I feel like it’s been a little while since this has happened. It’s good to be back in producing a little bit of content and you’re not Jay. No. Who are you? James Staunton: I’m James, the sales guy
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are coming at us really fast — are your marketing and advertising strategies ready to roll? If not, we are here to help you plan up until the Christmas season. This time of year is different for many people, especially for marketers and e-commerce business