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You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them below:
1. Web Site Performance Monitoring and Tracking:
Our website uses one or more analytical statistical data collection programs to assemble records about who uses the site, from where, how often, what pages, how long on each page, and many other items of statistical importance that allow us to improve our effectiveness in the supply of web experiences.
The nature of the data collected does not give us information about who you are (by name or address) but it can give us IP address identity. Information is collated into a series of reports and is studied on a regular basis.
The stats that these cookies generate are anonymous and cover things such as;
|Google Analytics||Collects statistical information about how you use the site so that we can improve the experience|
2. Social Media Functionality
We proactively use social media and occasionally link articles that we create to it and on the odd occasion publish directly on social channels. These cookies help us to monitor, debug and optimise the performance of the British Salt social engagement and experience.
|For Twitter integration|
|For LinkedIn integration|
3. Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Interest-based advertising
From time to time we may advertise our services through the main search engines, consequently we track our marketing spend, interaction and goal reporting.
We use them to ensure we deliver more relevant advertising based on keywords that our users are searching for.
|Google AdWords||Tracks PPC performance of search campaigns. http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/|
|Facebook Ads||Tracks performance of paid social advertising.|
|Twitter Ads||Tracks performance of paid social advertising.|
|Yahoo||Tracks PPC performance of search campaigns.|
|Bing||Tracks PPC performance of search campaigns.|
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