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How to win by treating your customers as members

Guest author: Jeffrey Sass, Founder of .CLUB Domains There is a reason American Express made the phrase “Membership has its privileges” famous. The brand had the right idea to focus on the benefits of membership to attract and retain customers. We are tribal by nature. It is in our DNA to want to belong to […]

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Bandzoogle: website builder for musicians

The Enom team has enough musically inclined members to form at least two in-house rock bands, so we’re geeking out pretty hard about highlighting Bandzoogle on our blog. The Montreal-based SaaS company calls itself the easiest all-in-one professional website platform for musicians and bands. They target a unique vertical, one that their team is hugely […]

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GDPR resources: consent

The GDPR’s requirements around consent for data processing are complex, and we aren’t the only ones thinking about what this means for our business or how to best comply with the regulation. Below, we’ve shared a few links that give some added context around consent as it relates to the GDPR. How the GDPR will […]

Consent and the GDPR

As we get closer to May 25, 2018, I see more attention paid to the GDPR and to how service providers will need to change to accommodate these new data privacy regulations. At the same time, we’re hearing questions from our resellers about whether this will affect them. I want to take a moment to […]

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GDPR resources: changes to Whois

Following last week’s discussion of the significant Whois changes that compliance with the GDPR will require, here are some resources that I hope will help put things into a broader context. A letter to ICANN from Article 29 Working Party December 6 2017 (PDF) The Article 29 Working Party (“WP29”) is an advisory body established […]