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Do Not Track List For Web Marketing Proposed By The Ftc

TAG Business Strategies Welcomes Gold's Gym Flanders and Launches Cutting Edge Local Internet Marketing Campaign

By Joelle Tessler,Associated Press / December 2, 2010 The Apex Building, FTC headquarters is seen here. Federal regulators are proposing to create a "Do Not Track" list for the Internet so that people could prevent marketers from tracking their Web browsing habits. Enlarge WASHINGTON Federal regulators are proposing to create a "Do Not Track" list for the Internet so that people could prevent marketers from tracking their Web browsing habits and other online behavior in order to target advertising. The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Digital Edition The proposal, modeled after the government's existing Do Not Call List for telemarketers, is one of a series of recommendations outlined in a new privacy report released Wednesday by the Federal Trade Commission . The report lays out a broad framework for protecting consumer privacy both online and offline as personal data collection becomes ubiquitous often without consumer knowledge. The FTC hopes the report will help inform lawmakers and other policymakers as they draft new rules of the road to protect privacy, and guide the marketing industry as it develops self-regulatory principles to define acceptable corporate behavior. Protecting consumer privacy, the FTC says, is critical as marketers particularly online marketers are analyzing the websites consumers visit, the online links they click, Internet searches, online and offline purchases, the physical locations of cell phones and other wireless devices and all sorts of personal information disclosed on social networking sites. <br>visit http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Latest-News-Wires/2010/1202/Do-Not-Track-list-for-Web-marketing-proposed-by-the-FTC

The Elite Web Group Announces Their "Turn-Key" Internet Marketing Program For Medium Sized Businesses Across The USA

The beauty of the Elite Web Group programs is that the results are predetermined, well defined, and guaranteed. For example, if 70% of the mutually agreed upon keywords do not rank on the first two pages of Google within a specified amount of time, EWG will continue working at no additional cost until they do. "No other company in the Internet marketing business can make that claim" it was added. The Elite Web Group senior management team is comprised of former business owners and executives from several business disciplines. <br>visit http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20130513-911153.html

The executive team at TAG is very excited to welcome Gold's Gym Flanders as a new client and to expand their services into the area. Bill Konstand, CEO of TAG, said, Were very proud of the initial model we created for Gold's Gym and the success it has had in driving new customers and increasing social media interaction for them. Were looking forward to offering the same results, visibility and market leadership positioning to other growing businesses in the greater Flanders area. TAG provides a broad range of marketing solutions to small businesses, franchises and Fortune 500 companies, including: local and map marketing, social media and Facebook marketing, smartphone marketing, business launch packages and more. About TAG Business Strategies: TAG Business Strategies has been a proven leader in online marketing and supplemental franchise marketing since 1999. TAG is a BBB rated A+ company and a certified partner of Google and major PPC engines. With innovative marketing techniques and a true sense of the evolution of marketing, TAG keeps clients a step ahead of the competition. <br>visit http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/-tag-business-strategies-welcomes-golds-gym-flanders-launches-/2013/11/14/7543069.htm

New Digital Marketing Program Provides Websites & Mobile Web Apps For IGA USA Retailers

IGA retailers now have the ability to engage their shoppers with online content that is specific to their store and their community, meaning that IGAs brand of personalized customer service begins before the shopper even enters the store. Add to that special features and functions that make the shoppers in-store shopping experience more convenient and enjoyableand that can be used seamlessly at their computer or on their Smartphoneand you have a digital solution that will keep shoppers coming back to their local IGA. According to Walz, IGALink has been embraced by IGA retailers. When we started developing IGALink, only about 20 percent of IGA USA retailers had a store website, and none had mobile web app, Walz said. The IGALink program has been thoroughly piloted under a variety of circumstances within IGA, and feedback from our retailers has been very favorable, especially the ease of set-up and ongoing implementation. IGA retailers with previously established websites have the option to replace their site with an IGALink site, and many of those retailers have already chosen to do so. We anticipate that those numbers will continue to grow as we add additional content areas like social media capability and couponing into the IGALink platform. Doug Fritsch, IGA senior vice president Retail and Business Development for IGA USA, says that the IGALink program offers tremendous value for all Alliance members and prospective members as well. <br>visit http://www.perishablenews.com/index.php?article=0016536

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