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New from Stitch: Annual subscriptions, Bing Ads integration, and GDPR compliance

May 7 · Issue #20 · View online
//Product Updates
Introducing annual subscriptions
We’re excited to offer annual subscription plans – a new way to save money on Stitch. When you sign up for an annual plan, you get two months free every year. Read our blog post for the details and sign up now!
You can now pipe Bing Ads data through Stitch
Stitch’s Bing Ads integration lets you ETL data from Microsoft’s search advertising platform to the destination of your choice. It’s Stitch-certified and available to all Stitch users. Visit our documentation page to learn how to set it up.
GDPR compliance? Check!
In May, the European Union’s Global Data Protection Regulation goes into effect. The GDPR requires organizations ensure that personal data is gathered, stored, and processed under strict controls. If you want to use Stitch to move personal data, we have you covered. Read about how we did it.
Changelog highlights
This month we added a new table to our Facebook Ads integration that lets you view your data by the region where people live or where they were located when they saw your ads. Read the Stitch changelog for details and info on more ways we updated our Facebook Ads integration.
Technical tip
Read our recent blog post to learn how to set up Stitch alerts using Slack.
Case study
Another recent blog post talks about an interesting way that Lovepop used Stitch to speed up Periscope Data queries.
// Company updates
Get to know us
Who are the people behind Stitch? Meet Software Engineer Alex Smith, who talks about what it’s like to build our platform and work with the team here. And if what she says intrigues you …
We’re hiring!
Stitch is growing. We’re looking for a senior front-end engineer, two support specialists, and a couple of talented sales folks to help bring more customers on board. Read about our open jobs on our Careers page.
// On the calendar
May is both National Hamburger Month and National Barbecue Month. (Maybe it’s not the best month to be a vegetarian.) Other noteworthy days include Straw Hat Day on May 15, Bike to Work Day on May 18, and Towel Day on May 25. Mother’s Day falls on the 13th, and we’ll celebrate Memorial Day, which marks the unofficial start of summer, on May 28.
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