What Are Cookies
For a comprehensive understanding of cookies, you can refer to the Wikipedia article on HTTP Cookies.
This site employs Google Analytics, a leading and widely accepted analytics tool, to help us understand user interactions and optimize your experience. These cookies gather data such as session duration and pages visited to help us deliver valuable content. You can learn about Google’s practices by going to http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/ and exercise the opt-out provided by Google by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
We also utilize third-party analytics to monitor site usage and refine our content. These cookies provide insights like session duration and user pathways, helping us make site improvements. Cookies also allow us to personalize your experience to better meet your needs.
Occasionally, we may roll out new features and adjust the website’s interface. During these testing phases, cookies help maintain a uniform user experience and allow us to gauge the effectiveness of our changes.
Since we offer services, it’s crucial for us to collect data on user engagement and purchasing intent. This information aids in precise business forecasting, helping us optimize advertising and service costs for your benefit.
In addition to enhancing user experience and content optimization, cookies play a vital role in maintaining the security of our sites and services. They assist in safeguarding against unauthorized activities and facilitate more effective navigation across the platform. Additionally, the statistical data gathered aids in troubleshooting and resolving any issues users may face. It’s worth noting that our platform currently does not respond to browser do-not-track signals.
This site uses Google Analytics and Hotjar cookies:
||What it’s for
||Google Analytics cookies that distinguish users and track their activity over a long period. Expires in 2 years.
||Hotjar cookies used for website analytics and user engagement tracking. These cookies have different purposes:
_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress identifies a user’s first session, _hjFirstSeen recognizes a new user, hjIncludedInSessionSample* and hjSession* are used for session recording and tracking, hjSessionUser* identifies the user across different sessions. Expiry varies.
Your IP address is reported by your web browser whenever you visit the Sites or Services. This information is recorded together with your registration information in our databases.
While cookies enhance your experience on our site, we understand you may want to disable them. Most browsers offer settings to manage cookies; however, doing so could limit certain functionalities and features of our site and others you visit. We recommend keeping cookies enabled, especially if you’re uncertain about whether you’ll need them for the services you use. If you choose to disable cookies, you can find guidance in your browser’s help section or by visiting websites such as http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html. Please note that disabling cookies may hinder your ability to fully benefit from all the features offered by our Sites and Services.
Hopefully, this clarification helps. As mentioned before, if you’re unsure about needing a particular cookie, it’s generally safer to leave it enabled to ensure smooth interaction with our site’s features.
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