What are cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data that is sent from a website and stored on your computer or mobile device while you’re browsing. Cookies are widely used by websites in order to help them work better and more efficiently, as well as to provide analytical information.
Cookies can be set by:
- The website owner – those are called “first party cookies”.
- Parties other than the website owner – called “third party cookies”. This sort of cookie typically appears when web pages include content from external services such as analytics, usage-tracking and advertisements. This opens up the potential for tracking the user’s browsing history, and is often used to optimize the user’s experience by, for example, serving them relevant advertisements.
We use first party as well as third party cookies for different purposes. Some of the cookies are required for technical reasons and for our website to operate correctly. Others, mostly third party cookies, enable us to track and target the interests of our visitors, as we strive to enhance the experience on our website and improve the functionality of the services we provide to you. Cookies also enable us to tailor the content and the information that we may send or display to you as you interact with our website. Third parties also serve cookies through our website for advertising personalization, analytics and other purposes. The specific types of cookies served through our Website and the purposes they serve are described in the following sections.
Our Website (“first party”) Cookies
__fs_check– Used on our website for testing whether cookies are enabled by the user’s browser.
__fs_session– A cookie that expires at the end of your browsing session. It is used to maintain consistent communication with the web server that delivers content on our website.
__fs_fomo– We use this cookie to store the IDs of the sale notifications, which we present at the bottom of our website, and that were already shown to the user.
__fs_exit_popup– We use this on our blog to avoid showing the exit intent pop-up more than once. It expires every 14 days.
campaign– A Facebook campaign name we capture when you get to our site from one of our Facebook promoted content campaigns. It helps us to better track Facebook conversions through our Google Analytics account.
aff_visitor_guid– A unique ID that is used to identify visitors that are purchasing a product after clicking an affiliate link.
aff_– We use this cookie to store an affiliate’s information to be able to reward them with an affiliate commission, if you purchase a product with an ID
via the Freemius Checkout.
3rd Party Cookies
Analytics & Usage-Tracking Cookies
Advertising & Retargeting Cookies/Pixels
Here are the advertising cookies/pixels we use on this website:
Support & Communication Cookies
Social Engagement Cookies
Video Player Cookies
The 3rd party cookies in use are subject to change and are under the control of the third-party entity. In case you would like to opt-out of this category of cookies either read above and opt-out of each different service, or head over to this link, where you may choose to opt-out of most of the third party services.