Cookies and Web Beacons Policy
In common with many other websites, Clickmarks utilizes ‘cookies’ and web beacons to enhance user experiences. These technologies involve the storage of information, encompassing visitors’ preferences and the specific pages they accessed on the website. The gathered data allows us to tailor our web page content, optimizing it according to visitors’ browser type and related information, with the ultimate goal of providing a personalized and improved user experience.
Cookies: Enhancing User Experience
Cookies serve as data points that help us understand and respond to users’ preferences. They play a crucial role in creating a seamless and personalized online environment. Information stored by cookies may include details about the visitor’s interaction with the site, such as visited pages, preferred settings, and browsing history. This data enables Clickmarks to adapt its content, making it more relevant and user-friendly.
Web Beacons: Tracking Website Activity
In addition to cookies, Clickmarks employs web beacons, also known as pixel tags or clear GIFs. These are small, transparent graphic images embedded in web pages or emails. Web beacons facilitate the tracking of user interactions with the website and help gather information such as the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, visitor count, and engagement metrics. This data aids in the continuous improvement of our services and content.
User Control: Allowing or Denying Cookies
At Clickmarks, we respect your right to control your online experience. Visitors to our website have the option to allow or deny the usage of cookies. This choice empowers users to tailor their interaction with our platform according to their preferences, ensuring a transparent and user-centric browsing experience.
Clickmarks is committed to safeguarding your privacy. The information collected through cookies and web beacons is used solely for the purpose of enhancing user experiences and optimizing our website’s functionality. We do not use these technologies to acquire personally identifiable information without your explicit consent.