During this 33th episode of Author Platform Rocket, host Jonny Andrews breaks down what the GDPR or the General Data Protection Regulation for the European Union really means for authors and where all the terror and confusion came from. Download PDF Podcast Transcription
The GDPR is an acronym for the General Data Protection Regulation for the European Union.
How much do you market in the EU?
His data from earning by marketplace includes: United States counts for 81.6%, Amazon.co.UK: 13.4%, Canada: 2.5%, Australia: 1.7%, Germany: 0.4%, and “Other”: 0.4%.
Don’t bother re-opting your entire mailing list and informing them about the GDPR for the European Union.
EU subscribers merely need to opt in once with approval for their subscription.
Situations like this happen all the time. In the early 2000s, even Paypal had had trouble understanding what online selling was about.
In the past, Paypal’s Risk Department froze $900,000 for six months in Jonny’s sales to investigate, but they have since changed these policies.
This GDPR is an opportunity to clear out people that don’t want to be there, allowing you to focus on those that are engaged.
The world is moving towards permission-based marketing, putting the power to the consumer.