It's Time I Introduce Myself
Read about the upcoming Canadian anti spam law
It's time I introduce myself
The world of digital marketing is a moving landscape and I can help make sense of it all. Think of me as the extra player on your bench that you can rely on when it matters the most, the person who can provide relevant marketing information to you and keep you informed of trends and how it will impact YOUR business.
There are many ways we can communicate and keep in touch. Check out my LinkedIn profile. follow me on Facebook or even better, call me. But there is a new law coming into effect on July 1st 2014 that will drastically affect how businesses will keep in touch with their customers and audience.
Do you send emails as a way to prospect for new business or develop new leads? You won't be able to do that after July 1st!
The Canadian Anti-Spam law or CASL is coming our way and it's important we all understand what it means for our businesses and what you can do to prepare for it.
You can access below a short whitepaper written by a leading Canadian law firm to understand the do's and don'ts. Since the penalty for breaking the rules is $1 Million , yes that is right, $1M, I want to make sure I don't get myself in trouble so I am taking the first step now.
Many of you have been receiving my emails for some time but now I am seeking your consent to continue receiving them in the future. I promise to keep my communications to you to no more than two emails per month and none will be to solicit business. My sole goal is to educate and be a resource.
What can you expect to receive from me:
1) monthly invitation to a webinar. Topics vary but will always be relevant to growing your business
2) monthly recap of articles of interest, specific to your industry
IF you wish to receive my monthly emails, I need you to click on the link at the bottom of the newsletter. You will then need to check off " Allow emails"
Looking forward to hearing from you