Meeting your legal requirements

Legislation relating to your website and marketing tools can be tricky. Let us guide you through what you need to do.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force on 25th May 2018.

This new legislation affects all businesses not just large corporations and the changes are thorough and extremely clear.

From May 2018 all businesses must:

  • Have  a privacy policy
  • Ask for explicit permission to sign someone up for email marketing and they must opt-in (pre-ticked boxes are no longer allowed)
  • Record when the customer gave you permission and what they exactly opted in for and this information must be stored securely
  • Ensure all marketing information contains a CLEAR and EASY opt-out method should they so wish
  • Own a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate for their website if storing any personal data

The GDPR is a big change for businesses.

We know this is an area of concern so don’t hesitate to drop us a line or call us/call in. We can help you make sense of it all and most importantly what you need to do to meet the GDPR so you can relax.

The Countdown is on…

 

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We have put together a series of services to help you meet the GDPR with minimal fuss and cost.

Privacy Policy

£75

MailChimp Setup

£150

SSL Certificate

£79.99 per year

Website updates

£100

Need all  of them?

GDPR PACKAGE* – £300 + vat (Saves over £100)

Our GDPR package includes privacy policy, MailChimp set up, SSL certificate and 1 hour website amends

*All prices subject to VAT and applicable to WordPress websites only.For bespoke websites, please contact us for individual costs.

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