Last updated: May 23, 2018
Cookies are small text files that your web browser will save on your computer when you visit a new website. These cookies are usually analysed later, e.g. when you visit the website again. Cookies have multiple functions, including remembering your preferences, keeping track of visitor behavior (web analytics), and to e.g. show relevant advertising on other websites.
This type of cookies is used by us to register and remember your preferences as a visitor. This helps you prevent having to enter your preferences every time, so you can use the website more easily. For example, we use ‘cookieconsent_dismissed’ to show/don’t show the cookie-notification on our website.
This type of cookies is used by us to analyse the use of our websites, so we can improve their functionality and effectiveness. The software we use for this purpose is Google Analytics. To adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we don’t share any data with Google and we have a Data Processing Agreement (DPA) with them.
We use this type of cookies to help us show relevant advertisements on third party websites (e.g. using Google’s advertising network) to people that might be interested in our products. We also use these cookies to measure the performance of our advertising campaigns. Also, we can limit the number of times you’ll see an advertisement using these cookies, so you won’t see the same advertisement all the time. Finally, this type of cookies are used to help you opt out of our advertisements.
We use this type of cookie to e.g. identify people after they interacted with our website. An interaction means filling in a contact form, creating a trail package, or clicking a hyperlink in an email from us. The data we register during an interaction like that, will never be shared with others (it also won’t be shared with WebinarGeek customers). We also use these types of cookies to save verification data. Using these is limited to the WebinarGeek application (app.webinargeek.com).
Under our articles, you’ll find buttons to easily be able to share the content on social networks, such as Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work using bits of code (scripts) that originate from these social networks themselves. These scripts will sometimes also place cookies (which is something we cannot influence).
Below, you’ll find an overview of the cookies we use on webinargeek.com. Remember this information will change every now and then, for example because we change our website or because regulation concerning cookies changes. We try our best to keep the information as accurate as possible and recommend you to view this page often. This helps you decide, when there are changes, to edit your cookie-settings if needed.