Show them “too many” ads.
Don’t save their information — make them re-enter it.
Complicate the purchase process — and double-down on shipping prices.
Oh, we could go on, but you get the picture. Feedback platform Usabilla surveyed 2,000 US consumers to find their pet peeves and, yes, there’s more…
Well, yes — and that’s according to both marketers and consumers.
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$150 on average. That’s US dollars, and the average price consumers in the UK, US, and Germany would ask their favourite brand to pay them in exchange for their personal data.
How much for Google to monitor and track them across all their digital devices? $25, apparently.
First announced a year and a half ago, Google’s App Maker is now generally available to all developers with a G Suite Business, Enterprise or Education subscription. App Maker is meant to make it easy (even for people with no coding experience) to build and deploy business apps.
Excited? Well, hey, we are.
What are you doing this Thursday at 6 am? Yeah, we know it’s early….but you might want to make time for this.
If you’re in New Zealand, that’s when Eric Kuan, Webmaster Relations Specialist for Google, features in a special SEJ webinar covering two hot topics for SEOs: website security and manual actions.
These search marketing news updates feature articles of interest picked up through the week by the SureFire team.
Google Responsive Search ads are here06 Jul, 2018
Google rolling out mobile Speed Update29 Jun, 2018
Think You Can Trust Facebook? Check Out These Spying Techniques It’s Already Patenting17 Jun, 2018
Google’s ongoing fight against spam08 Jun, 2018
What do the latest trends in video mean for marketers?01 Jun, 2018
Browsing in incognito mode isn’t nearly as private as you think25 May, 2018
How did Google get so big?19 May, 2018
Choose Your Analytics Data Retention Settings — or Lose Your Data12 May, 2018
The Real Google Assistant Opportunity