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Note: this post does not contain legal advice. Always work with your legal counsel to determine the right decisions to make about regulations.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming for all of us. It's a set of EU laws and they apply to EU citizens. That means that even if your businesses is not in the EU, you're still potentially on the hook, because people from the EU can access your website.
At Thrive Themes, we have been hard at work to help you keep your website GDPR compliant in the easiest and most seamless ways possible.
In this post, you'll discover the GDPR related features that we've already released and get up to date information about the ones we're still working on.
The new European data protection regulations (GDPR) are right around the corner and many website owners are in a panic. There’s been a lot of talk about rules, regulations and hefty fines that await those that don’t comply.
Most “how to GDPR” content seems to suggest that you have to add multiple checkboxes, prompts and extra steps all over your website.
In this post, we’ll take a look at what GDPR actually means for small business entrepreneurs and email marketers. And you’ll discover ways in which you can make your website compliant without sacrificing your visitors’ user experience or your conversion rates.
Disclaimer: I’m not a lawyer and this post does not contain legal advice. Always work with your legal counsel to determine the right decisions to make about regulations.
If you're selling digital products online, should you pay your digital sales tax?
When you ask the question like this, it seems ridiculous.
Of course you need to pay your taxes or else you're going to be in big trouble!
But strangely enough, when it comes to digital sales tax, people just don't seem to take it seriously.
If your business is just getting started or you're still being wishy-washy about digital sales tax compliance, watch the video above to learn exactly why we recommend taking it very seriously.
In 2018, we published 118 blog posts to the Thrive Themes blog, ranging from feature updates to marketing training to website reviews.
That’s a lot!
We work hard to bring you content that makes you a better marketer and website developer. But how do you know you haven’t missed the good bits?
Don’t worry, we’ve got your back!
In this post, we’ll review our best and most noteworthy articles published in 2018, and point you in the right direction.
We’ll start with our 7 must-see posts, then our 5 favorite new features, and we’ll finish with a list of the best stuff to check out depending on your goals.
Ok, let’s juice the goodness out of 2018.
If you’ve been keeping up with internet marketing news lately, you already know that Google’s new Chrome Ad Blocker rules took effect last month on February 15th.
It's almost like Google is expanding their previous "Mobile Friendly" opt-in form rules to now address a broader set of abusive desktop and mobile internet marketing behaviors.
Chrome's new ad blocking rules are specifically taking aim at intrusive and spammy ads from websites that market aggressively and have little respect for quality user experience (UX).
Although some in the internet marketing world are freaking out about these changes, we’re not bothered by them since they are focused primarily on eliminating awful ads...not your opt-in forms.
Too many online marketers are still trying (and inevitably failing) to succeed with old-school email marketing.
A lot of email marketing advice is based on outdated methods and most list-building tools have failed to stay up to date with the changing landscape of email marketing.
In today's video, you'll discover the 3 most important things you can do to bring your list building up to date (and the features in Thrive Leads that help you do it).
Have you ever signed up for a free download or trial that promised big benefits, but completely under delivered?
Or worse yet, the whole thing turned out to be just a thinly disguised sales pitch?
You’ve been burned before so you can't really trust a website screaming “download this free awesome thing!” is actually going to deliver, right?
Well, your own visitors probably feel the same.
To be a successful marketer in the current digital climate, you need to understand that your visitors are just as skeptical as you are.
To avoid stinking of desperation and false promises, there’s another type of content marketing you can use to earn your visitor’s trust, leave them hungry for your content, and eager to hand over their email address.
But it takes some finesse to do this right so let me show you how...