Another idea: take a quote and a statement from the same interview to which people can respond: 9. Share facts and trivia In addition to quotes, you can also visualize facts, fables or facts about your subject. That is how the Heart Foundation started the ‘ Hartfactjes’ section. Via Instagram Stories they share facts in the form of a question, to which followers can respond. The next slide provides additional text and explanation: The year has only just begun, or marketers are already startled by the news that Google Analytics is under a magnifying glass at the Dutch Data Protection Authority. Will European privacy legislation kill this widely used tool? January is also an excellent month to look ahead. What trends are happening in your field and could your social media channels use a makeover.
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You can read more about it in the top 10 most popular Frankwatching articles of January. 1. Will Google Analytics be banned? We start with the news that the Dutch Data Protection Authority is investigating whether Google Analytics is in violation of the AVG (GDPR). A possible ban of this popular tool is causing a lot of controversy. We published 3 frequently read articles about it, which I would like to put together for this overview. After the news item, Wolter Tjeenk Willink will elaborate on the possible consequences if the use of Google Analytics is no longer allowed. And Nicolas Lierman argues in his column for daring and a different mindset among marketers. They should finally take the privacy of visitors and customers more seriously. News: Will Google Analytics Be Banned.
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Google Analytics banned? These are the possible consequences Google Analytics takes a hit: is it time to abandon ship? Sinking ship Google Analytics. 2. Communication in 2022: it must be better and different [4 trends] In the past year, the pandemic has sparked a massive shift in values. What does that mean for the world of communication and marketing? Where will organizations be in the future? What does this trend mean for governments and the people who have to make and propagate policy? And what can communication professionals do themselves? John Verhoeven wrote a nice in-depth article about it to make you think. A reaction to the article: “What a valuable article John, I will think hard about your insights so that I can apply them in my practice of strategy, marketing and communication.