I am committed to protecting your personal information.
This page aims to help you understand what information I might collect about you when you are visiting WebinarQuickTips.com and how I use it.
The information I might collect when you visit the site:
Like a lot of websites, I use Google Analytic software to track various things about visitors:
- the browser you are using
- whether you have visited the site before
- where in the world you are viewing the site from
- a few other things
I do this so I know about the visitors to the site and can plan activity so it’s best for the majority. However, I can’t collect any personally identifiable information with Google Analytics – there is no way of doing this.
Here is what Google says about cookies and its Analytics product:
Commenting on blog posts and show notes
When you leave a comment on the website, you are asked to provide a name and an email address. This is so I can make sure you are a real person and not a spammer. Of course, you could give a false name and a false email address if you wanted to – that’s fine with me as I don’t use these email addresses or names to contact you and I never let anyone else have access to them.
Subscribing to the free e-newsletter list
Obviously, if you choose to sign up to the e-newsletter list, you will need to give me your email address! Of course, I do use these email addresses to send exclusive content and news to you but I never let anyone else have access to them. You can unsubscribe using the same form at any time.
Cookies, switching them off and UK law
Cookies are little pieces of code stored on your computer or mobile device which help websites know your preferences or the Google Analytics things I mentioned above. Cookies are placed on your computer by most websites and are unique to a particular website.
If you don’t want to let a website like this one place cookies on your computer or mobile device, you can stop them doing so. If you’d like to stop all cookies from being put on your computer, you can find instructions on how to do this here – www.aboutcookies.org
Under new UK law, each website in the UK needs to ask your permission before storing a cookie on your computer or mobile device. I assume that you are OK with me using cookies and if you aren’t you will not visit this site again or you will switch off cookies using the methods in the website above. I hope that’s OK with you. If it’s not OK, please let me know!
Overall, I promise never to share any information collected by WebinarQuickTips.com with anyone. I will only ever use this information to help me provide a better service to visitors.