Get Ready To Begin Paying For Google Maps Integration

On July 17, 2018 Google’s new pricing structure kicks in for the use of Maps, Routes, and Places. You’ll be required to create an account and a billing profile. These changes are all part of the new Google Maps Platform. Good news is the program will help streamline a lot of existing hurdles to use Maps, Routes, and Places but the bad includes required account and billing profile. And when they say billing profile, that means maintaining a valid credit card to cover expenses if your API usage goes over the free … Read more

Red Pill/Blue Pill: Effective Data Driven Decision Making

On Saturday, June 2, 2018, me and my fellow ArtsHacker, Ceci Dadisman, enjoyed an opportunity to present a session titled Red Pill/Blue Pill: Effective Data Driven Decision Making to the 37th Annual Association of Arts Administration Educators Conference. We had a great deal of fun and the session was well received. Since we’re all about the share here at ArtsHacker, we wanted to make the Google Slides available to all. As has been the case for the past few new conference sessions we’ve put together, this slide deck contains copious and detailed … Read more

WordPress 4.9.6: A GDPR Compliance Release

If you’re a WordPress user, you might have noticed the recent 4.9.6 update release. This is an important update in that it enables you to help make your site compliant with the European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations thanks to the following changes. A New Privacy Policy Setting Admin Panel Ideally, you already have a Privacy Policy page up and running at your website. If you do, this part is super easy to handle; all you need to do is: Go to Settings > Privacy. Select your existing Privacy Policy page … Read more

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