GDPR for Digital Marketers I How to implement GDPR explained I Personal Data I All you need to know

Nikola Lugonja, Online Marketing Instructor

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16 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. What is GDPR and why is it important

      2:11
    • 2. What is considered to be personal data

      1:44
    • 3. What does GDPR cover

      3:25
    • 4. Examples of the things you are not able to do anymore

      3:09
    • 5. 3 key areas of GDPR

      0:22
    • 6. Data permission (key area #1 of GDPR)

      3:19
    • 7. Data access (key area #2 of GDPR)

      1:49
    • 8. Data focus (key area #3 of GDPR)

      1:23
    • 9. Difference between Data Controller and Data Processor

      2:15
    • 10. What does GDPR mean for pixels, cookies, and tracking codes

      2:35
    • 11. What if you acquire a personal data list

      1:48
    • 12. Business cards and phone calls

      2:52
    • 13. Facebook and LinkedIn lead ads (& lead ads in general)

      1:22
    • 14. Tips to implement GDPR

      3:36
    • 15. Advantages of GDPR

      1:47
    • 16. Important disclaimer

      0:51

About This Class

In this course, we are going to take a look at the GDPR, why it is so important, which area it covers and what implication it has. Moreover, we are going to see what you can do with cookies, pixels, leads, email lists, business cards, phone numbers and other types of personal data under the regulation of the GDPR. You will get some great pieces of advice on how to successfully implement GDPR in your system and you will definitely understand GDPR and its regulations.

GDPR for Digital Marketers (lectures):

  1. What is GDPR and why is it important
  2. What is considered to be personal data
  3. What does GDPR cover
  4. Examples of the things you are not able to do anymore
  5. 3 key areas of GDPR
  6. Data permission (key area #1 of GDPR)
  7. Data access (key area #2 of GDPR)
  8. Data focus (key area #3 of GDPR)
  9. Difference between Data Controller and Data Processor
  10. What does GDPR mean for pixels, cookies, and tracking codes
  11. What if you acquire a personal data list
  12. Business cards and phone calls
  13. Facebook and LinkedIn lead ads (& lead ads in general)
  14. Tips to implement GDPR
  15. Advantages of GDPR
  16. Important disclaimer