Cookie Policy

Effective June 26, 2021.

At, we believe in being clear and upfront about how we collect and use information about you. This Cookie Policy applies to all products or services that are linked to or incorporate this Policy by reference. We use cookies and similar technologies to collect and use data as part of our Services, as defined in our Privacy Policy (“Services”), and which includes our websites, communications, mobile applications, and off-site services, such as our advertising services and the “Advertise with” and “Share with” plugins or tags. In the spirit of transparency, this policy provides detailed information about how and when we use these technologies.

By continuing to visit or use our Services, you consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies for the purposes described in this Policy.

What technologies are used?

Type of Technology Description

Cookies A cookie is a small file placed on your device that enables features and functionality. Any browser that visits our websites may receive cookies from us or cookies from third parties, such as our customers, partners or service providers. We or third parties may also place cookies in your browser when you visit websites that display ads, host our plugins (such as the “Advertise with” button), or tag

We use two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie can help us recognize you as an existing user, making it easier to return to or interact with our services without logging in again. A persistent cookie remains in your browser and is read by when you return to one of our websites or a partner website that uses our services (for example, websites that use our sharing or promotion buttons). Session cookies last only as long as the session (usually the current visit to a website or a browser session).

Pixel A pixel is a tiny image found in web pages and emails that requires a call (providing device and visit information) to our servers to render the pixel in those web pages and emails. We use pixels to learn more about your interactions with email or web content, such as whether you interacted with ads or posts. The pixels may also enable us and third parties to place cookies on your browser.

Local storage Local storage allows a website or application to store information locally on your device(s). Local storage can be used to improve the experience, for example, by enabling features, remembering your preferences, and speeding up website functionality.

Other Similar Technologies We also use other tracking technologies, such as mobile advertising IDs and tags for similar purposes as described in this Cookie Policy. References to similar technologies in this Policy include pixels, local storage, and other tracking technologies.

Our cookie table lists cookies and similar technologies used as part of our Services. Please note that the names of cookies and similar technologies may change over time.

What are these technologies used for?

Below we describe the purposes for which we use these technologies.

Purpose Description

Authentication We use cookies and similar technologies to recognize you when you visit our Services.  

When you are logged into, these technologies help us show you the right information and personalize your experience according to your preferences. For example, cookies allow to identify you and verify your account.

Security We use cookies and similar technologies to make your interactions with our Services faster and more secure.  

For example, we use cookies to enable and support our security features, protect your account, and help us detect malicious activity and violations of our User Agreement.

Preferences, Features, and Services

We use cookies and similar technologies to enable the functionality of our Services, such as to make it easier for you to fill out forms on our Services and to provide you with features, insights, and customized content in connection with our plugins. We also use these technologies to remember information about your browser and preferences.  

For example, cookies can tell us what language you prefer and your communication preferences. We may also use local storage to speed up the functionality of the website.

Custom Content We use cookies and similar technologies to customize your experience with our Services.  

For example, we may use cookies to remember previous searches so that when you return to our Services, we can provide additional information related to your previous search.

Plugins on and off We use cookies and similar technologies to enable plugins both on and off the Sites.

For example, our plugins, including the “Advertise with” button or the “Share” button, can be found on websites or third-party websites, such as those of our customers and partners. Our plugins use cookies and other technologies to provide analytics and recognize you on and third-party websites. When you interact with a plugin (for example, by clicking “Apply”), the plugin will use cookies to identify you and initiate your request to apply.

For more information about plugins, please see our privacy policy.

Advertising Cookies and similar technologies help us to more effectively show you relevant advertising both within and outside of our Services and to measure the performance of such ads. We use these technologies to learn whether you were shown content or whether someone to whom an ad was presented later returned and took an action (e.g., downloaded a whitepaper or made a purchase) on another website. Similarly, our partners or service providers may use these technologies to determine whether we showed an ad or post and how it performed, or to provide us with information about how you interact with ads.  

We may also work with our customers and partners to show you an ad on or off the, for example, after you visit a customer’s or partner’s website or application. These technologies help us provide aggregated information to our customers and partners.

For more information on the use of cookies and similar technologies for advertising purposes, please see Section 2.4 of the Privacy Policy.

For more information, please see Section 1.4 of the Privacy Policy.

Performance, Analytics, and Research Cookies and similar technologies help us learn more about how well our services and plugins perform in different places.  

We or our service providers use these technologies to understand, improve, and research products, features, and services, including when you navigate our websites or when you access the from other websites, applications, or devices. We or our service providers use these technologies to determine and measure the performance of ads or posts on and off the and to learn whether you have interacted with our websites, content or emails and to provide analytics based on those interactions.

We also use these technologies to provide aggregate information to our customers and partners as part of our services.

If you are a member but are logged out of your account through a browser, may continue to log your interaction with our Services through that browser for up to 30 days to create usage analytics for our Services. We may share these analytics with our customers in aggregate form.

Which third parties use these technologies in connection with our services?

Third parties, such as our customers, partners and service providers, may use cookies and similar technologies in connection with our Services.

Third parties may also use cookies and similar technologies in connection with our off-site services, such as ad services, plugins or tags. We may also work with third parties to help us provide our Services and for our own marketing purposes.

Your Choices.

You have choices about how uses cookies and similar technologies. Please note that if you limit’s ability to set cookies and use similar technologies, your overall user experience may deteriorate because it may no longer be personalized to you. It may also prevent you from saving custom settings such as login information.

What is Do Not Track (DNT)?

DNT is a concept that has been promoted by regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to allow the Internet industry to develop and implement a mechanism that allows Internet users to control the tracking of their online activities across websites using browser settings. As such, generally does not respond to “do not track” signals.

Other helpful resources

We adhere to the self-regulatory principles for interest-based advertising and participate in industry exemptions for such ads. This does not mean that you will no longer receive ads. You will continue to receive other ads from advertisers that are not listed in these self-regulatory tools, or you may receive ads that are not personalized to you.

To learn more about advertisers’ use of cookies, please visit the following links:

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