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  • July 27, 2012

Ping Time: Mobile advice, data privacy, etc.

My latest spin around the mediasphere turned up the following nuggets:

>>Loren McDonald of Silverpop shares advice from four email experts on how marketers can adapt their email programs on a mobile world. >>Follow the ping

>>Nick Fuller of e-Dialog discusses the results of a Future Foundation survey about consumers attitudes toward privacy and the effect that social media is having on those attitudes. The punch line is that consumers want to make individual choices about what to share. >>Follow the ping

>>Don Reisinger of CNet reports that the Congressional Privacy Caucus has sent inquiry letters to several companies—including ESPs Acxiom and Epsilon—regarding their data brokering practices. >>Follow the ping

>>Ros Hodgekiss of Campaign Monitor reminds us of the ramifications of the Canada’s new, sweeping anti-spam law, CASL. >>Follow the ping

>>Laura Atkins of Word to the Wise explains why most transactional emails should have an unsubscribe link. >>Follow the ping

>>@meladorri: This is a typo, right? I'm not missing some sort of joke? (Or it's a very risqué one?) #Email from @timbuk2: http://twitter.com/meladorri/status/228480442851000321/photo/1

>>Newsletter Examples shares an Urban Outfitters email out of Europe with a social call-to-action supported by fun animation. >>Follow the ping

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