What Are Cookies?
Small text files that are located on your computer by websites that you visit are known as cookies.
Types Of Cookies
Stringently required cookies – These cookies enable you to navigate through a site and give you complete access to its features and secured areas.
Analytics and performance cookies – They permit us to know, calculate and set-up the way you browse our website and assist us to enhance your user journey. Frequently known as web analytics cookies, these performance cookies refuse collecting any sort of information that recognises the customer and all the information gathered is accumulated, and results in becoming anonymous.
Functionality cookies – These cookies recall options you create to enhance your experience.
Targeting or advertising cookies – These record your visit to our website, pages you visited, also any links that you followed. We shall utilise this information to make our website and any ads further relevant to your interests.
It is possible to avoid setting of cookies by regulating the settings on your browser (check out your browser’s Help topics). Be alert that disabling cookies will effect the functionality of several other websites that you visit including this one. Disabling cookies mostly results in even disabling specific features and functionality of this website. Thus, it is recommended for you not to disable cookies.
The Cookies We Set
When your data is submitted through a form – like those found on comment forms or contact pages, cookies possibly will be placed to recall your user details for future communication.
|Google AdWords||_ld , _drt||This cookie is utilised to trace visits and orders that are placed by advertising on Google’s search and display network. The cookie is activated when a user visits and purchases through Google’s sponsored ads and is activated on the confirmation page. For more information:|
|Universal Analytics (Google)||_ga , _gid||These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website and WordPress blog. The information is used to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website and blog, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited. For more information|
|Google Tag Manager||_dc_gtm, _gat||These cookies are utilised to gather information about the way users utilise the sites. Cookies then gather information anonymously that includes the quantity of visitors to website and where visitors may have come from and those pages that they visited. For more information:|
|Facebook Ads||fr||Facebook’s chief advertising cookie is utilised to deliver, measure and enhance relevancy of ads.|
Third Party Cookies
In certain cases, we even utilise cookies provided by trusted third parties. The section below shows which third party cookies you can come across through this site.
|Hotjar||_hjIncludedInSample||Hotjar cookie is a session cookie placed to allow Hotjar to recognise if a visitor is comprised in the sample utilised to generate funnels.|
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