Learn the secret of how to easily and quickly get GDPR consent from your contacts

53 easy to follow steps, 29 handy tips, and 12 examples to copy to make your GDPR consent easy and quick

 
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53 easy to follow steps, 29 handy tips, and 12 examples to copy to make your GDPR consent easy and quick

So you've decided you want provable consent from your CRM database or list of contacts for GDPR compliance. But are you now thinking....

- How can I do it?
- How can I make it quicker?
- How can I make it easier?
- What stumbling blocks will I hit?
- What shortcuts can I do?

 

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No special IT skills needed

Each step is easy to follow without much technical knowledge or specialist software. Examples to ‘copy and paste’ are included with each step.

 

About the GDPR 

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is the new European wide Data Protection law that replaced the Data Protection Act (on 25th May 2018).  It’s unaffected by Brexit and will have a global impact. Coined as a ‘game changer’ by The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the new legislation puts more responsibility and obligations on companies and is designed to protect the rights of individuals, whether clients, staff, or prospective customers. GDPR non-compliance is not an option, and there will be fines for non-compliance, so it’s a good idea to take action now to avoid penalties later. 

 

How this 'GDPR consent' guide can help you

This guide gives you the tools and knowledge you’ll need to be GDPR-ready with ‘provable consent by your contacts to receive your marketing communications’, as well as being able to use the information you receive from your contacts to actually improve your marketing performance.

Step by step, and easy to follow, this guide shows you:

> how to obtain GDPR consent
> what you need to do when you meet new contacts 
> how to manage the “please unsubscribe / delete me” requests
> how to keep your database of contacts in good condition
> learn the secrets of how to spot easy work opportunities

 

How to use GDPR consent to improve your CRM and marketing performance

As well as showing you how to obtain GDPR consent, this guide then takes you a step further.  For very little extra effort on your part, it shows you the secrets of how you can improve your overall marketing performance and business results at the same time. 

 

How this guide works

This guide is split into three phases;
  1) How to get GDPR consent,
  2) Managing unsubscribes and what to do when new contacts are met, and
  3) how to capitalise on the GDPR to get better marketing results.

Each ‘Phase’ is split into easy to follow steps to enable you to achieve ‘mini goals’ with the aim to help maintain your commitment to what, for many organisations, can be a large project. Each Phase contains a summary of what’s covered, steps to follow and a tick-able checklist to allow you to track your progress.  

Where you need to action something, such as “send an email notification to your firm”, the supporting material following each section has example text you can simply copy. Most software can copy the text in a PDF document.  If yours can’t, just get in contact with me and I’ll send you the copy text.

 

Currently using multiple contact lists?

If you have multiple databases or duplicate versions of your contacts, you could find it a challenge to get your lists into fit shape and one list before obtaining GDPR consent.  If you need help, I can advise you on what to do - or do it for you.  

 

About the Author, Simon McNidder 

I am an independent CRM Database Consultant.  My company, Database First Aid, offers organisations proven advice (or assistance) on setting up or improving your CRM & marketing data, databases, and eMailshots.  I’ve spent over 20 years using, managing and implementing CRM databases, mostly in Law and Accounting firms, including 15 years at Pinsent Masons as their CRM Database Manager (where I won not one, but two national CRM industry awards).  I can help find you more clients and increase revenues simply through using your current data more effectively. 

Please note that I am not a GDPR lawyer.  If you need specific GDPR legal advice, I can introduce you to great experts.  This guide is not giving you legal advice, but I’ve got 20 years using CRM databases, and in that, I’m an expert.