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Under the Data Protection Act 2018 you can request the personal information we hold about you, or ask to be deleted from our database at any time. If you would like a copy of the information held, then please write to us using the contact form on this site.
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Google Analytics: allows us to see user website activities including data such as page views, traffic source, time spent on site, and website interactions such as downloads. This information is displayed as numbers and is no way personally identifiable so your behaviour on a website won’t ever be tracked back to you as an individual person. This allows us to better tailor our website content to your needs, and also serve tailored ads to you on other websites. This ad targeting can include targeting such as affinity audiences, in market segments, similar audiences, demographic and location targeting, and more.
Google AdWords: allows us to see which keywords, web pages and ad text helped lead to conversions such as contact form submissions or whitepaper downloads. This allows us to ensure our paid ad spend is used in the most efficient way.
DoubleClick: allows us to use Remarketing code to log when users view specific web pages, and fit specific criteria, so we can serve tailored advertising on other websites. This information could include interests, affinity audiences, in market segments, demographics, similar audiences, device usage, user location, your use of our website and more.