Cookie Policy

This site and it’s third party partners use cookies, which are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer, to improve your experience. These files are sent back to our servers every time you interact with our online services so we can recognize your device.  This data may include, among other things, IP addresses, user preferences, location, clickstream data (the path of pages you visit on this site) demographic and device information.

We use cookies and similar tracking technologies to analyse how you use our Services, better provide our Services to you, to advertise and to and to determine whether our advertisements are working and being viewed. We also may allow third parties to use tracking technologies for similar purposes.

Web Beacons

Like cookies, we may place web beacons, also known as web pixels or electronic tags, on pages on the Site or in emails we send to you.  These are small files that connect web pages to particular servers and cookies. These web beacons are used for a variety of purposes, mainly to help us develop more engaging content. For example, they may be used to help us understand how users use our site, which links and buttons they click, if users open emails, and how much traffic the website receives.

How We Use Cookies and Similar Technologies

We use cookies and similar technologies for a variety of reasons detailed below.


We use cookies and similar technologies to analyze how you use our site in order to provide a better user experience. For example, we may want to know what pages users visit most, what emails are opened, and what content people spend the most time on.

Advertising and Affiliate Links

We may use Cookies and similar technologies for the purposes of serving advertising and affiliate links. Affiliate tracking cookies allow us to keep track of user clicks to our partners, so that we can be credited appropriately and compensated where applicable.

These cookies and similar technologies may come from us or from our third party partners.  They may be used to control the number of times you see our ads, to track link clicks, to make ads more relevant to our users, to measure ad and affiliate link effectiveness and to track the display of our ads and affiliate links.


We may use cookies or similar technologies to remember your language and region, as well as giving you personalized content recommendations. If you submit data through a form, such as those found on contact pages or comment forms, cookies may also be set to remember user details for future correspondence.

Google Analytics

We also use Google Analytics on the site to provide us with usable information about our visitors and how they behave on the website, such as IP addresses, time and date, which pages were visited and for how long. This allows us to improve our content, user experience and helps us figure out how to improve our website.

The way it works is Google will drop a cookie in your browser with a randomly-generated number representing your ClientID. This ID does not collect or send out personally identifiable information, such as your phone number, email, or name is anonymized and contains no identifiable information like email, phone number, name, etc. If you want, you can reach out to us to find out what data we’ve collected or ask us to delete GA data. If you would like to opt out of analytics tracking altogether you can install the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser Add On.

Social Media and Other Functional Widgets

Cookies and similar technologies are used for and by social media companies so that  you can share content with your network. They may use their technology to track your browser or device on other sites to develop an idea or profile of your interests and demographic information, which in turn may change the content you see in the future on other sites.

Third-party apps, tools, widgets, and plug-ins may also appear on the Site and may use automated methods to figure out if you’ve interacted with them. This type of information collection is subject to the privacy policies of their companies.

Removing Cookies

At any time, you can disable, restrict, block or remove cookies altogether via your web browser’s settings. You can prevent the setting of cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser (see your browser Help for how to do this, or learn more here). Be aware that disabling cookies may affect the functionality of this and many other websites that you visit. Disabling cookies may result in a loss of functionality and features of this site. Please also note that disabling cookies may not prevent cross-site tracking of your online activity due to websites that use other online tracking technologies.

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