Episode 102 Katie Intrater and Phil Davis, AtData
All things email with Katie Intrater and Phil Davis, AtData
How important is email in your life? Do you use email for intelligence, fraud prevention, marketing? This episode is all about emails. You will learn just how important your email address is and how companies can and do use it for so much information.
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