When it comes to marketing data, your small business might have more in common with Google, Facebook and Amazon than you think. According to Love Hudson-Maggio, whether you’re collecting data from two customers or two million, the science of analyzing it is the same. Data tells a story and paints an accurate picture of sales results. In this episode, Love describes the three stages of her process to develop a data management protocol that reveals what you are really selling, standardizes collection methods, and establishes protection controls. Find out why she says that the “data you’re looking for, you already have.”
Location: Atlanta, GA USA
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Watch the Video Version of this Interview (COMING SOON!):
- Episode 010: Cybersecurity & Small Business – What You Need to Know for Maximum Data Protection
- Episode 018: How AI Technology Can Scale Your Small Business
- Episode 058: The One Thing You Need to Know About Data Privacy with Jodi Daniels
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