Updated: 4 days ago
Author: Tereza Záborská
Date of Publication: 10/04/2023
● Information collection: Clearly state what personal information you collect
from your customers or users, and how it is collected.
● Use of information: Explain how you plan to use the information you collect.
Also, be transparent about your intentions and give customers the option to
opt out of certain uses.
● Protection of information: Describe the measures you have in place to
protect the personal information you collect.
● Sharing of information: Disclose whether you share personal information
with third parties, and if so, what types of third parties they are. What’s more,
you should be clear about the purposes of any data sharing. In particular, it’s
better to obtain explicit consent from customers before doing so.
all relevant privacy laws and regulations. This may include laws such as the
General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR in Europe. Specifically,
in the US this law is called the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Which companies find privacy marketing most useful?
Privacy marketing can be particularly effective for companies that deal with sensitive
customer data. Companies dealing with this type of data are mostly healthcare
providers, financial institutions, or online retailers. Actually, these companies can
reassure customers that their personal information is safe by emphasizing their
commitment to protecting customer privacy. Also, they can encourage them to make purchases or engage with the company in other ways.
Last but not least it is important for companies to be transparent and honest in their
privacy marketing efforts. Customers can easily see through vague and misleading
privacy claims. Companies that fail can quickly lose credibility and trust.