If you’re in the market for a new website one of the initial steps will be to shop around for quotes. There is no standard template for web design agencies to respond to quotes so it can be difficult for you to understand what the quote entails. The quote itself will show you the estimated price, but that doesn’t tell you what you’re getting for that price.
With this in mind we have created a list of questions that you should ask as part of your quote request. This should help you identify how much bang you’re getting for your buck.
These are tough times and an a personal level I hope this message finds you all well. As business owners we’re all expecting certain challenges but nothing could have prepared business across Ireland (and the world) for the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. This is a really testing time for all of us and indeed some businesses may not survive through this, and the ones that do survive will most likely take a hit over the coming months.
The General Data Protection Regulation is an EU regulation on data protection and privacy that comes into effect on May 25th of this year. It applies to personal data held on all citizens of the EU and any personal data transferred out of the EU.
In simple terms GDPR aims to give control to individuals over their personal data and how it is stored. This impacts on all businesses that capture user data and of course one of the main areas where businesses capture user data is on their website through contact forms, cookies, customer databases, newsletter subscription lists etc.
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