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Also responding to feedback and visitor concerns is a good way to establish digital trust.
Ignoring complaints and customer privacy while selling data is a recipe for disaster.
Your site is not GDPR compliant btw. yet you have visitors from the EU (me e.g.).
You could get sued, especially as you use third party tracking cookies without consent.
The first step in building digital trust is not invading the privacy of your visitors.
Your site has 11 potential trackers installed, Google and Facebook among them according to Privacy Badger by the EFF.
Actions speak louder than words.
I couldn't agree more about AR. It's great to see Facebook integrating their Spark AR tool into paid ad experiences. Such an engaging way for brands to engage with their audience.
Great article, I love your style
The 2nd point hits close to home. This misalignment between product and marketing is quite difficult to solve. That's why I like that we use Agile in our product development and often differentiate between MVP and MMP products - it helps us consolidate our marketing efforts on stuff that's most important and then quickly reconfigure if we have to.
@Daniel, thanks for sharing this! This is super :)
Thank you so much bro for this amazing guide.
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