Cookie Notice

To help personalize content, tailor and measure adverts and ultimately provide you with the best user experience, we use cookies provided by third parties. If you continue to browse our website we assume that you are happy for your web browser to receive all cookies served by our site. You may disable cookies in your browser but this could potentially impact your experience and interfere with website features and customizations.

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your web browser and stored in the memory of your device when you visit a website. Cookies are useful because they enable collection of user data and analysis of how the website is being used by visitors, to optimize and create the best possible experience.
Some cookies are temporary to your browsing session and deleted every time you close your browser. Other cookies remain on your device until they expire or you delete them from your device’s cache.

Cookie And Personal Data

The cookies we use do not hold any data that can identify you personally, such as; names, phone numbers, email addresses, bank account numbers or credit card information.

What Cookies Do We Use?

On our site, we use a mixture of essential, analytical and advertising cookies.

Essential Cookies:

Required to enable core website functionality, simply put, the website can’t function without them.

Analytical Cookies:

Help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on its usage.

• Google Analytics:

We use Google Analytics to distinguish unique users, and measure how they interact with our website content so that we can provide them the best experience possible. For more information on Google Analytics Cookies, please visit: (https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=en)

• Lead Feeder:

We use Lead Feeder to learn which companies are visiting our website, how they found us, and what they are interested in.

Lead Feeder uses Google Analytic scripts to track visits to our website. They use the data found via our Google Analytics account to track the following data:

• Pages accessed
• Time of visit
• Time of last visit
• Reverse domain of the IP address (providing us info on the company who owns the IP address used by you)
• Referring site, application, or service, including the relevant search queries that led the visitor to Client’s website
• Browser information
• Operating system information
• Device information (e.g., device identifier, mobile operating system, etc.)

For more information on Google Analytics Cookies, please visit: (https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=en)

For more information on Lead Feeder please click here. (https://www.leadfeeder.com/privacy/)

• Hotjar:

We use Hotjar to track user-clicks and paths through our website so that we can provide users the best experience possible. For more information on Hotjar, please visit: (https://help.hotjar.com/hc/en-us/articles/115011647627-How-Hotjar-Records-Visitors)

Advertising Cookies:

Used by advertising companies to serve ads that are relevant to your interests.

• Adroll:

We use Adroll to provide targeted advertising services. Adroll identifies your device and detects where you move in our site, this way we can provide targeted advertising. For more information please click here. (https://www.adroll.com/about/privacy)

Cookie Opt-Out

Please note that you can set your browser to alert you when a cookie is being used, and accept or reject the cookie. You can also set your browser to refuse all cookies or accept only cookies returned to the originating servers. Users can generally disable the cookie feature on their browser without affecting their ability to use the site, except in some cases where cookies are used as an essential security feature necessary for transaction completion. Cookies, however, are important to the proper functioning of a site, and disabling them may degrade your experience and interfere with website features and customizations

Many browsers allow a private mode to be activated through which the cookies are always erased after the visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode can have different names. The following is a list of the most common browsers that support the minimum recommended level of encryption TLS 1.2. Each browser type has a different name for “private mode”:

Internet Explorer 11 and later versions = In Private
Safari 7 and later versions = Private Navigation/Browsing
Opera 17 and later versions = Private Navigation/Browsing
Mozilla Firefox 27 and later versions = Private Navigation/Browsing
Google Chrome 30 and later versions = Incognito

For more on private browsing, or on how to delete cookies you can visit:
www.aboutcookies.org
www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
https://www.howtogeek.com/269265/how-to-enable-private-browsing-on-any-web-browser/