50 SEO Blogs You Must Read

Here is collection of most popular digital marketing blog covering all topics of seo, design, search engine, blogging, branding, link building, social, local search and Google etc

https://moz.com/
http://www.searchengineland.com/
https://www.hubspot.com/
http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/
https://www.copyblogger.com/
https://moz.com/blog/
https://searchengineland.com/
https://blog.hubspot.com/
http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/
https://www.copyblogger.com/
https://searchenginewatch.com/
http://www.clickz.com
https://webmasters.googleblog.com/
http://www.crazyegg.com
http://www.kissmetrics.com/
https://searchenginewatch.com//
https://www.clickz.com
https://webmasters.googleblog.com
https://www.crazyegg.com
https://blog.kissmetrics.com
https://www.searchenginejournal.com/
https://www.semrush.com/
http://www.yoast.com/
https://ahrefs.com/
http://www.buzzsumo.com
http://www.megrisoft.com/blog
http://www.submitshop.com/blog
https://www.searchenginejournal.com/
https://www.semrush.com/blog/
https://yoast.com/site-structure-the-ultimate-guide/
https://ahrefs.com/blog/
http://buzzsumo.com/blog/
http://www.quicksprout.com
http://www.toprankblog.com
https://neilpatel.com/
https://backlinko.com/
https://www.seroundtable.com/
https://www.quicksprout.com/
https://dagmarmarketing.com/blog/
http://www.toprankblog.com/
https://neilpatel.com/blog/
https://www.seroundtable.com/
https://www.webmasterworld.com/
http://www.searchmetrics.com
http://www.searchengineguide.com/
http://www.seobythesea.com
https://www.bruceclay.com/
http://www.raventools.com
https://www.oncrawl.com/
http://www.searchengineguide.com/
http://www.seobythesea.com/
https://www.bruceclay.com/blog/
https://raventools.com/blog/
http://www.growthhackers.com/
http://www.stonetemple.com
http://www.seo.com
http://www.brightedge.com/
http://www.localseoguide.com
https://ahrefs.com/blog/
https://growthhackers.com/ever
https://www.stonetemple.com/
https://www.seo.com/blog/
https://www.brightedge.com/blog/
http://www.localseoguide.com
https://cognitiveseo.com/blog/
https://www.highervisibility.com/blog/

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Various Section of Digital Marketing

I was justing studying the various section a very popular magazine Marketing land and found the following section or topics on which you can read

Topics
ABM: Account-Based Marketing
About Marketing Land
Marketing Land Live Podcast
Marketing Land on Instagram
Most Popular Stories
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs)
Affiliate Marketing
Ahrefs
Alibaba
Alphabet
Amazon
Amazon: Amazon Echo
AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pags
Analytics
Analytics: Tag Management
AOL
App.net
Apple
Apple: Apple TV
Apple: Apple Watch
Apple: iOS
Apple: iPad
Apple: iPhone
Apple: Safari
Apple: Siri
Augmented & Virtual Reality
Baidu
Bing
Black Friday & Cyber Monday
Blockchain
Blogging
Branding
Blogger Outreach
Channel
Channel: Analytics & Conversion
Channel: CMO Zone
Channel: Content Marketing
Channel: Display Advertising
Channel: Email Marketing
Channel: Local
Channel: MarTech Today
Channel: Martech: Advertising
Channel: Martech: Analytics & Data
Channel: Martech: Commerce
Channel: Martech: Content
Channel: Martech: Management
Channel: Martech: Marketing
Martech: Marketing
Channel: Martech: Sales
Channel: Martech: Social
Channel: Mobile Marketing
Channel: Retail
Channel: SEM
Channel: SEO
Link Building
Channel: Social Media Marketing
Channel: Video
Martech: Marketing
Channel: Local
Channel: MarTech: Commerce
Channel: Martech: Management
Channel: Mobile
Channel: SEM
Channel: SEO
Chat & Text Messaging Apps
Check-In Services
Column: Link Building
Column: Local Search
Column: Paid Search
Columns
Analytics & Marketing Column
Content Marketing Column
Creative Of The Day
Design, Usability & Conversion Column
Display Advertising Column
Driving the Modern Marketing Organization Column
Email Marketing Column
Marketing Strategies Column
Martech Column
Martech Marketing
Mobile Marketing Column
Retail Column
Search Marketing Column
Social Media Marketing Column
Content & Writing
Content Marketing
Podcasting
Conversion Rate Optimization
Delicious
Digg
Display Advertising
Display Advertising: Ad Blocking
Display Advertising: Ad Fraud
Programmatic Advertising & Media Buying
Domaining
E-Commerce
eBay
Email Marketing
Events
CES: Consumer Electronics Show
Christmas & Digital Marketing
Grammys
Newfronts
Oscars
Sundance Film Festival
Super Bowl Advertising
SXSW
World Cup
Facebook
Facebook: Acquisitions
Facebook: Advertising
Facebook: App Links
Facebook: Apps & App Center
Facebook: Business Issues
Facebook: Buttons & Plugins
Facebook: Camera
Facebook: F8
Facebook: Facebook Exchange
Facebook: Home
Facebook: Insights
Facebook: Instagram
Facebook: Instant Articles
Facebook: International
Facebook: Legal
Facebook: Marketing
Facebook: Messenger
Facebook: Mobile
Facebook: News Feed
Facebook: Oculus VR
Facebook: Open Graph
Facebook: Pages
Facebook: Privacy
Facebook: Statistics
Facebook: User Interface
Facebook: Video
Facebook: Local Search
Featured
Features & Analysis
Features: 5 Questions With
Features: Get To Know
Marketing Land’s Annual #Hashtag Bowl
Marketing Land’s 2013 Digital Marketing Year In Review
Feedly
Findery
Firefox
Foursquare
Gadgets
GDPR
GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation
Google
Accelerated Mobile Pages
Google: Accounts & Profiles
Google: Acquisitions
Google: AdSense
Google: AdWords
Google: Allo
Google: Analytics
Google: Android
Google: Android Wear
Google: App Indexing
Google: Authorship
Google: Business Issues
Google: Chrome
Google: Chromecast
Google: Consumer Surveys
Google: Critics
Google: Display Advertising
Google: Feedburner
Google: Glass
Google Glass Diary
Google: Gmail
Google: Google +1
Google: Google Home
Google: Google I/O
Google: Google News
Google: Google Now
Google: Google Play
Google: Google+
Google: Helpouts
Google: International
Google: Legal
Google: Maps
Google: Marketing
Google: Mobile
Google: Nexus
Google: Partnerships
Google: Privacy
Google: Search
Google: Self-Driving Cars
Google: SEO
Google: Shared Endorsements
Google: Shopping
Google: Street View
Google: The Internship Movie
Google: TV
Google: User Interface
Google: VR, Daydream & Cardboard
Google: Wallet
Google: YouTube
Paid search
Google: Accelerated Mobile Pages
Google: Algorithm Updates
Google: AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages
Google: Featured Snippets
Google: Google Assistant
Google: Google My Business
Google: Images
Google: Maps & Local
Google: Paid search
Google: SEM
Google: Site Speed
Google: Voice Search
Google: Web Search
Holiday Retailer
How To Guides
How To Guides: Content Marketing
How To Guides: Display Advertising
How To Guides: Email Marketing
How To Guides: Local Marketing
How To Guides: Marketing Analytics
How To Guides: Marketing Strategy
How To Guides: Mobile Marketing
How To Guides: Retail Marketing
How To Guides: Search Marketing
How To Guides: Social Media Marketing
How To Guides: Video Marketing
Infographics
Internet Marketing
Internet Marketing Industry
Internet Marketing Industry: Acquisitions
Internet Marketing Industry: Search Marketing Expo – SMX
Internet Marketing Industry: SocialPro
Internet Marketing Industry: Stats
MarTech Conference
Interviews
Klout
Legal
Legal: Antitrust
Legal: Censorship
Legal: Copyright & Trademark
Legal: General
Legal: Patents
Legal: PRISM
Legal: Privacy
Search Marketing: Local
Legal: Privacy
Link building
LinkedIn
Live Blogging
Local Search
Local Search Column
Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Marketing Automation
Marketing Day
Marketing Tools
Marketing Tools: Analytics
Marketing Tools: General
Marketing Tools: RSS
Marketing Tools: Social Media
Marketing Tools: URL Shorteners
Martech: Chatbots
Martech: MarTech Today Newsletter
Martech: Predictive Marketing
Microsoft
HoloLens
Microsoft: Business Issues
Microsoft: Cortana
Microsoft: Internet Explorer
Microsoft: Mobile
Microsoft: Outlook
Microsoft: Privacy
Microsoft: Scroogled
Microsoft: So.cl
Microsoft: Surface
Microsoft: Windows
Microsoft: Windows Phone
Mobile Marketing
AMP: Accelerated Mobile Pages
Mobile Marketing: App Indexing & Deep Links
Mobile Marketing: App Promotion Ads
MySpace
Native Advertising
Online Reputation Management
Paid search
Paid Search Column
Pinterest
Pinterest: Analytics
Pinterest: Business Issues
Pinterest: Business Use & Advertising
Pinterest: Legal
Pinterest: Mobile
Pinterest: Rich Pins
Pinterest: Spam
Pinterest: Statistics
Pinterest: User Interface
Public Relations
Quizzes
Quora
Real Time Marketing
Reddit
Retargeting & Remarketing
Samsung
Search Marketing
SEO
SEO — Search Engine Optimization
Link Building
SMX & DMD Alerts
SMX conference
Snapchat
Snapchat: Geofilters
Social Media Marketing
Social Media Marketing: Advertising
Social Media Marketing: Hashtags
Social Media Marketing: Spam
Sponsored Content
Sponsored White Papers & Webinars
Statistics
Statistics: Email Marketing
Statistics: General
Statistics: Market Share
Statistics: Mobile Marketing
Statistics: Online Advertising
Statistics: Online Behavior
Statistics: Online Shopping
Statistics: Popularity & Usage
Statistics: Social Media
Statistics: Spend Projections
Statistics: Web Browsers
Streams
StumbleUpon
Twitter
Twitter: Accounts & Profiles
Twitter: Advertising
Twitter: Analytics
Twitter: Business Issues
Twitter: Buttons & Widgets
Twitter: Cards
Twitter: Legal
Twitter: Marketing
Twitter: Mobile
Twitter: Periscope
Twitter: Shopping
Twitter: Statistics
Twitter: Timeline
Twitter: User Interface
Twitter: Vine
Twitter: Search
Video
Voice search
Wearables
Wikipedia
Word Of Mouth Marketing
Yahoo
Tumblr
Yahoo Gemini
Yahoo: Accounts & Profiles
Yahoo: Acquisitions
Yahoo: Advertising
Yahoo: Business Issues
Yahoo: Flickr
Yahoo: Mail
Yahoo: Mobile
Yahoo: News
Yahoo: Search
Yandex
Yelp

GDPR Guide Book, Tips and Tutorials, Faq and Compliance Steps

GDPR regulations apply to any organization worldwide that collects or manages the personal identifiable information (PII) of EU and UK citizens, virtually every digital organization in the world needs to comply.

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May 2018, which means that any organization doing business in or with the EU has six months from this writing to comply with the strict new privacy law.

Penalties for noncompliance can be stiff: up to €20 million (about $24 million) or 4 percent of annual global turnover. whichever is greater.

What is Opt-In?
When a company uses opt-in consent strategy, the consumer must affirmatively give the company permission to send information about new products or sales, or to share the consumer’s information with other companies in a business relationship with the company where that consumer has an opt-in agreement.

What is Opt-Out?
When a company uses opt-out email strategy, the company privacy policy indicates that the consumer is presumed to want information about sales or new products, and will be sent such information unless the consumer “opts out” of receiving it.

In simple terms, you need to get explicit permission from your EU email database to email them after the 25th of May 2018, once GDPR takes effect. The process of going to a list or email database to establish opt-ins is called ‘permission passing

The present understanding is that if you have had an existing email exchange with a prospect or customer this will be considered consent

Tell people they have the right to withdraw their consent at any time, and how to do this. It must be as easy to withdraw as it was to give consent. This means you will need to have simple and effective withdrawal mechanisms in place.

Documented
Keep records to demonstrate what the individual has consented to, including what you told them, and when and how they consented.

Make it easy to withdraw consent
Consent requests need to make it as easy (or easier) for individuals to withdraw their consent as it is for them to give it. This means individuals need to be told straight away that they can withdraw their consent at any time, and you must explain how to do it.

Use a double opt-in mechanism
A double opt-in mechanism guarantees that individuals don’t give their consent by accident. The first step involves a regular consent form. Once the individual has completed it, they’ll receive an email with an attached link that they need to click on to verify their consent.

You need to make sure that every name in your CRM database and every email in your automation system has given you permission to market to them. And, if someone opts out of an automated email sequence, that the two systems are updated to ensure that no further emails are sent. And no, having the next email already scheduled is not a valid excuse.

The solution to this is to have a single platform that hosts the consent record of every single user. Having a single platform, like a CRM system, will help you keep track of all your permissions data and ensure you’re GDPR compliant.

Other than that, the requirements for explicit consent are the same as the GDPR’s definition of consent, which is:

any freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the data subject’s wishes by which he or she, by a statement or by a clear affirmative action, signifies agreement to the processing of personal data relating to him or her.

GDPR applies to Applies to the 28-nation European Union’s 510+ million citizens, as well as any business doing business with them, regardless of where they are based.

Steve Eckersley, ICO Head of Enforcement said in case of Honda and Flybe

“Both companies sent emails asking for consent to future marketing. In
doing so they broke the law. Sending emails to determine whether people
want to receive marketing without the right consent, is still marketing and
it is against the law … Businesses must understand they can’t break one
law to get ready for another.

 

In practice, this means that leads, customers, partners, etc. need to physically confirm that they want to be contacted. You need to make sure you’ve actively sought (and not assumed) permission from your prospects and customers, confirming they want to be contacted. Therefore, a pre-ticked box that automatically opts them in won’t cut it anymore – opt-ins need to be a deliberate choice.

DO seek consent wherever possible — it’s better to be safe than sorry, and asking for direct, affirmative permission to contact someone via email is the most secure process under GDPR and E-Privacy legislation.

The introduction of the GDPR offers individuals a method to gain more control over how their data is collected and used – including the ability to access or remove it – in line with their right to be forgotten.As a marketer, it will be your responsibility to make sure that your users can easily access their data and remove consent for its use.

GDPR summary
In (very) short. GDPR states that if a website collects, store or use any data related to an EU citizen. You must comply with the following:
– Tell the user: who you are, why you collect the data, for how long and who receives it.
– Get a clear concent, before collecting any data
– Let users access their data, and take it with them
– Let users delete their data
– Let users know if data breaches occur

https://www.uk.coop/sites/default/files/uploads/attachments/hr_gdpr_employee_data_toolkit_november_2017_0.pdf

Managers Responsible for GDPR Compliance

WHAT IS GDPR?

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a European regulation meant to give people control over their personal data. It becomes enforceable by May 25th, 2018 so it’s important you educate yourself soon and take the necessary measures.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a EU-wide regulation that controls how companies and other organizations handle personal data. It is the most significant initiative on data protection in 20 years and has major implications for any organization in the world, serving individuals from the European Union. The following person in organisation is responsible to compliance of GDPR

Privacy Managers
Data Protection Managers
Information Security Managers
It Managers
Project Managers
Corporate Governance Managers
Risk And Compliance Managers
General Or Privacy Counsels And
Finance, Hr Or Marketing Managers.

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200+ SEO Tools For Webmaster

I have just collected the list of more than 200 web tools which will help you in making your website success

http://brokenlinkbuilding.com/
https://linkprospector.citationlabs.com/
https://detailed.com/
https://dibz.me/
http://disavow.it/
https://netvantagemarketing.com/about/domain-hunter-plus
https://www.brokenlinkcheck.com/
https://www.grouphigh.com/
https://www.guestposttracker.com/
https://www.helpareporter.com/
https://justreachout.io
https://www.linkbird.com/en/
http://pointblankseo.com/linkminer
https://www.linkody.com/
http://www.linkstant.com/
https://mailshake.com/
https://www.mariehaynes.com/blacklist/
https://muckrack.com/
https://ninjaoutreach.com/
https://ontolo.com/
https://www.outreachplus.com/
http://pitchbox.com/
https://www.removeem.com/
https://www.rmoov.com/index.php
http://www.scrapebox.com/
https://www.siegemedia.com/embed-code-generator
https://wordpress.org/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/
https://www.bing.com/toolbox/webmaster
https://www.botify.com/
https://www.brightlocal.com/
http://www.browseo.net/
http://clusteric.com/
https://www.dareboost.com/en/home
https://www.deepcrawl.com/
https://www.easyredir.com/
http://www.forecheck.com/
https://www.google.com/analytics/
https://www.adwordsrobot.com/en/tools/ga-referrer-spam-killer
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/
https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home?hl=en
https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/
https://gtmetrix.com/
https://headmasterseo.com/
https://www.aleydasolis.com/english/international-seo-tools/hreflang-tags-generator/
https://www.killduplicate.com/en
https://linkpatrolwp.com/
https://www.lipperhey.com/en/
https://ipullrank.com/tools/map-broker/
https://microdatagenerator.org/localbusiness-microdata-generator/
https://www.oncrawl.com/
https://www.barracuda-digital.co.uk/panguin-tool/
https://www.pluginseo.com/
https://raventools.com/
https://loganix.net/rst-lander/
https://wordpress.org/plugins/rel-nofollow-checkbox/
https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/log-file-analyser/
https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/
https://backlinko.com/seo-tools/
https://seomonitor.com/
https://seositecheckup.com/
http://seo-browser.com/
https://www.seobility.net/en/
https://seomator.com/
https://serpmetrics.com/flux/
https://www.aleydasolis.com/htaccess-redirects-generator/
https://www.site-analyzer.com/
https://www.sitecondor.com/
http://www.siteliner.com/
https://topvisor.com/
https://varvy.com/tools/
https://feinternational.com/website-penalty-indicator/
https://whitespark.ca/local-citation-finder/
https://www.woorank.com/
https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/
https://zadroweb.com/seo-auditor/
http://seo.danzambonini.com/
https://answerthepublic.com/
https://www.clearscope.io/
http://faqfox.com/
https://www.google.com/trends/correlate
https://backlinko.com/commercial-intent
https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner
https://serps.com/tools/google-search-location/
https://www.google.com/trends/
http://gookey.co/
http://grepwords.com/
https://www.hittail.com/
https://www.imforsmb.com/tools/bulk-keyword-generator/
https://www.ispionage.com
https://www.jaaxy.com/
https://www.keywordeye.com/
https://www.keywordrevealer.com/
https://keywordsnatcher.com/
https://cognitiveseo.com/keyword-tool/
https://www.keywordtooldominator.com
http://www.keyworddit.com/
http://keywordin.com/keyword-generator.php
https://keywordseverywhere.com/
http://www.keywordspy.com/
https://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.de/2015/07/update-on-autocomplete-api.html
https://keywordtool.io/
http://kombinator.org/
https://kwfinder.com/
https://www.longtailpro.com/
https://www.powersuggestpro.com/
https://www.sanitycheck.io/
https://secockpit.com/
https://www.seedkeywords.com
https://www.semrush.com/
http://tools.seobook.com/
https://serpstat.com/
https://www.similarweb.com/
https://www.soovle.com/
https://www.spyfu.com/
https://www.storybase.com/
http://tools.seochat.com/tools/related-keywords-tool/
https://termexplorer.com/
https://neilpatel.com/ubersuggest/
https://www.webtexttool.com/
https://www.wordstream.com/free-keyword-tools
https://www.wordtracker.com/
https://www.wordtracker.com/scout
https://www.advancedwebranking.com/
https://agencyanalytics.com/
https://www.amztracker.com/
https://authoritylabs.com/
https://www.georanker.com/
http://www.micrositemasters.com/
https://nightwatch.io/
https://proranktracker.com/
https://www.rankranger.com/
https://www.rivaliq.com/
http://searchlatte.com/
https://www.seorankmonitor.com/
https://seranking.com/
https://serpfox.com/
https://serps.com/tools/keywords
https://www.serpwoo.com/
https://www.sistrix.com/
https://www.webceo.com/
https://www.wincher.com/
http://www.pagerankchart.com
http://www.plusonechecker.co.uk
http://www.p1checker.com
http://www.bulkprchecker.org
http://indexchecking.com
http://adsensechecker.com
https://wordtail.com/
https://buzzsumo.com/
https://www.canirank.com/
https://epicenter.epictions.com/epicbeat/explore/
https://smartsearchmarketing.com/google-title-tag-serp-preview-tool
http://www.keys4up.com/
https://lsigraph.com/
https://www.marketmuse.com
http://passwordgeneratorfree.com
http://www.openmultipleurl.com
http://qr-maker.com
http://urlextractor.net
http://urlscraper.org
http://url-expander.com
http://9send.com
http://ntopic.org/
https://positionly.com/
https://en.ryte.com/
https://www.schemaapp.com/
https://howto.squirrly.co/wordpress-seo-plugin-by-squirrly/
https://www.seoptimer.com/
https://www.soloseo.com/
https://www.google.com/webmasters/markup-helper/u/0/
http://whois99.com
http://domainagechecker.net
https://www.text-tools.net/
https://trendspottr.com/welcome
https://upcity.com/
https://yorocket.com/
https://ahrefs.com/
http://theseotools.co.uk
http://webmasterdaddy.com
http://megritools.com
http://blogtools.co.uk
https://cognitiveseo.com/
https://kerboo.com/apps/
https://www.linkresearchtools.com/
https://majestic.com/
https://monitorbacklinks.com/
https://moz.com/products/pro
https://moz.com/tools/seo-toolbar
http://openlinkprofiler.org/
https://www.seopowersuite.com/
http://seotoolsforexcel.com/
http://blog-analysis.com
http://seoanalysis.xyz
http://websiteanalysis.info
http://sitedesk.net
http://www.seoweather.com/bulk-metrics-checker/
https://builtvisible.com/seogadget-for-excel/
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/sharemetric/lhnijlahkclijpefbcimahdcgcjbmnnp?hl=en
http://urlprofiler.com/
https://webmeup.com/
https://morningfa.me/
https://socialblade.com/
https://www.tubebuddy.com/
https://vidiq.com/
https://wordlift.io/
https://ytcockpit.com/

 

Data collected by team of Megri Outreach

 

 

 

MoPub Updation on European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Beginning on May 25th, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect. In support of these new data protection rules, MoPub will be updating our Privacy Policy, MoPub Policies for Supply Side Partners, and Terms of Service in the coming weeks.  We will also be making changes to our products to support obtaining consent from users located in the European Economic Area (EEA).

Product Updates 
MoPub will soon be providing a new SDK to support obtaining consent from users in the EEA. We expect the SDK to be available in the coming weeks. You will have the ability to choose when to obtain consent in the user journey, and the MoPub consent solution will directly obtain consent on behalf of MoPub and MoPub Partners (advertising demand partners,supported advertising mediation partners, data partners, and fraud and measurement partners).  If you work with anyone outside the MoPub partnership ecosystem, you will need to work directly with them to meet GDPR requirements, including obtaining consent if necessary. You must integrate the new SDK into your app(s) and distribute the updated app(s) to end users by May 25, 2018 in order to continue serving personalized advertising to end users located in the EEA via the MoPub Services.

In order to provide continuity of our services to our publisher partners and give your users sufficient time to update their apps to versions using our latest SDK, older versions of the SDK will serve contextual advertising only to users in the EEA for a limited time.

Learn more about GDPR at Megrisoft UK

Why should You Outsource Embroidery Digitizing and Vector Artwork

There are two way to do embroidery digitizing either do in-house or outsource to expert embroidery digitizing agency. In most of the case individual order for there own design and it is compulsory for them to outsource. For brokers, shops, industry it is better to assign the work outsourcing agency. Why?

  • Less pricing
  • Time saving
  • Get experts and skilled technology and many more

Source: Megri  embroidery digitizing