GDPR readiness tips

WordPress GDPR plugin and compliance service

While we’ve been working on getting Pallant Digital ready, we thought it only right and proper that we share some of our tips and tools, to save you trawling the internet for definitive answers:

  • If you use MailChimp for your newsletters – you’ll want to read on
  • If you have a WordPress website – you’ll want to read on
  • If you just need a general checklist for your business, straight from the horse’s (ICO) mouth – you’ll want to read on


Firstly, let’s just clarify about needing to send a GDPR email to your mailing list. If you already have consent from your list like double opt-in or an existing contract with marketing consent given or if users have opted in before then you do not need to ask them again for another form of consent. This consent carries over ?

If there are some people on your list without this consent, maybe you have added them manually, then this guide shows you how to email your mailing list to get that consent to carry on sending emails. It’s quick and easy with MailChimp.

WordPress GDPR

Making your forms and website GDPR complaint can seem like a lot of work. Luckily, we’ve set up a service to take care of your WordPress website’s GDPR requirements and your website’s Privacy Policy – so you can get that ticked off your list ✅

ICO GDPR Checklist

The ICO has made a handy 12-step checklist to make sure you’ve considered all aspects of your business. There’s a lot to consider, but fear not, this simple and clear checklist can help you identify all the relevant areas for your business ?

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