Cookie Policy

Effective January 01, 2022

At (also referred to as “We” and “Us”), we are dedicated to being truthful and upfront about the information we gather and collect about you, how it is used, and with whom it is shared. This Cookie Policy is applicable to any product or service that links to it or incorporates it by reference. We use cookies and related technologies, including pixels, local storage, and mobile ad IDs (collectively referred to as "cookies" in this policy), to gather and use data as part of our Services, as described in our Privacy Policy ("Services"), which includes our websites. communications and off-site Services, such as our ad services and the “Share with” plugins. For the sake of transparency, this policy gives comprehensive 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 related technologies for the objectives defined in this policy.

What technologies are employed? 

  1. Cookies
  2. Pixels
  3. Local Storage
  4. Other Similar Technologies

  1. Cookies

Cookies are files with small blocks of data stored on your device to enable services, features, and functionality. Any browser accessing one of our sites could receive cookies from us or from other parties, such as our clients, partners, or service providers. When you visit websites other than that show advertisements or host our plugins, third parties or we may also set cookies in your browser.

We use different kinds of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Persistent cookies last beyond the current session and are used for a variety of purposes, such as storing your login information. When you return to, you can access our Services and interact without having to sign in again.

A persistent cookie is saved in your browser. Whenever you return to our sites or visit a third-party website that makes use of our Services, it will be read by Session cookies only exist for the duration of the session (usually the current visit to a site or a browser session).

  1. Pixels

A pixel is the smallest unit of an image that may be embedded in web pages and emails. It requires a call (which gives device and visit information) to our servers in order to be rendered in those web pages and emails. We use pixels to gather information on how you engage with the content of emails and websites, such as how you interact with posts and advertisements. Furthermore, pixels provide us and other parties the ability to put cookies on your browser.

  1. Local Storage

A website or app can store data or information locally on your device via local storage (s). Local storage is able to enhance your experience on, for instance, by enabling features, remembering your preferences, and accelerating site performance and functionality.

  1. Other Similar Technologies

For similar goals as stated in this Cookie Policy, we also use other tracking technologies, such as mobile advertising IDs. In this policy, similar tracking technologies like pixels, local storage, and others are included as examples.

Please keep in mind that the names of cookies and related technologies are subject to change.

Purpose of these technologies 

The functions for which we use these technologies are outlined below.

  1. Authentication

We use cookies and similar technologies to identify you whenever you visit our Services. If you are logged into, these technologies assist us in providing you with the right content and customizing your experience in accordance with your preferences. For instance, cookies allow Us to recognize you and validate your account.

  1. Security

We use cookies and other similar technologies to speed up and safeguard your interactions with our Services. For instance, cookies allow us to activate and support our security features, maintain the security of your account, and help us monitor malicious behavior and violations of our User Agreement.

  1.  Features, Preferences, and Services

We use cookies and similar technologies to support the functionality of our Services, including making it easier for you to fill out form fields on our Services and providing you access to features, insights, and personalized information such as blogs, news, ads, and etc in conjunction with our plugins. We also keep track of your preferences and browser information using these technologies.

For instance, cookies may inform us of your preferred language and method of communication. We could potentially employ local storage to speed up the site's performance.

  1. Personalize Content

We use cookies and similar technologies to personalize your experience with our Services.

For instance, we could use cookies to keep track of past searches so that we can provide you with relevant new information when you use our Services again.

  1. On and Off Plugins

We use cookies and similar technologies to enable our plugins on and off our sites.

For instance, including the "Share" option may be found on or third-party sites, such as the sites of our clients and partners. Our plugins use cookies and similar technologies to give statistics and identify you on and third-party sites. When you engage with a plugin (for example, by clicking "share"), the plugin will use cookies to recognize you and initiate your request to apply.

You can read more about plugins in our Privacy Policy.

  1. Advertisements

Cookies and other similar technologies allow us to assess the effectiveness of these advertisements and serve you more relevant advertisements both on and off our Services. These technologies allow us to ascertain whether you have viewed a certain piece of content or whether someone who saw an advertisement later returned and took an action (such as downloading a white paper or making a purchase) on another website. Similarly, our partners or service providers may use these technologies to evaluate post and ad performance, determine whether we have displayed an ad, or give us information about how you engage with ads.

We may also collaborate with our customers and partners to show you ads on or off our Services,  for example, when you visit a customer's or partner's website or application. These technologies allow us to give aggregated information to our customers and partners.

Please refer to Sections 1.4 and 2.4 of the Privacy Policy for further details on the use of cookies for advertising.

As stated in Section 1.4 of our Privacy Policy, we also gather (or rely on others to collect) information about your device where you have not interacted with our Services (e.g., ad ID, IP address, operating system, and browser information) so we can deliver our Members with appropriate advertising and better assess their efficacy.

Please view Section 1.4 of the Privacy Policy for more details.

  1. Analytics and Research

Cookies and similar technologies help us learn more about the performance of our Services and plugins in various locations.

We or our service providers may use these technologies to analyze, enhance, and research the products, features, and services, including as you browse through our sites or access from other sites, applications, or devices. We, or our service providers, use these technologies to assess the performance of advertisements and posts both on and off of, to find out whether you have interacted with our sites, content, or emails, and to provide analytics based on such interactions.

We also use these technologies as part of our Services to provide our clients and partners with aggregated information.

If you are a member but have signed out of your account on one of our browsers, we may continue to monitor your interactions with our services on that browser in order to provide usage analytics for our services up to the cookie expiration. We may provide our customers with these analytics in aggregate form.

Third parties' usage of these technologies in relation to our Services

Third parties, such as our partners, customers, and service providers, could use cookies in relation to our Services.

For instance, third parties can use cookies to further their own marketing objectives in their pages, job postings, and advertisements both on and off visit FAQ Center for more details.

Additionally, third parties could use cookies in conjunction with our off-site Services, such as ad services. Third parties may employ cookies to assist us in providing our Services. We may potentially collaborate with third parties for our own marketing needs and to analyze and research our Services.

Your Choices gives you control over how it uses cookies and related technologies. Please understand that limiting ability to use cookies and other similar technologies may make your overall user experience worse as it may no longer be tailored to you. It can also stop you from saving personalized settings such as login information.

Choices concerning targeted advertising

You have choices regarding the customized ads you may view, as stated in Section 2.4 of the Privacy Policy.

Our Members may edit their settings here.

You may find visitor controls here.

Some mobile device operating systems, like Android, offer the ability to control the use of mobile advertising IDs for ad customization. Visit the manufacturer's website to find out how to use these settings. We do not use iOS mobile advertising IDs for personalized advertising.

Browser Controls

Most browsers let you manage cookies through their settings, which you may modify to reflect your consent to the use of cookies. Additionally,

Most browsers also allow you to check and delete cookies, including cookies. Please refer to the documentation that your browser maker provides to learn more about browser controls.

Do Not Track (DNT)

DNT is a notion that has been promoted by regulatory organizations like the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), urging the Internet industry to develop and implement a mechanism that will permit Internet users to control the tracking of their online activities across websites by using browser settings.

 As a result, We typically do not respond to "do not track" signals.

Other Useful Resources

Check out the links below to learn more about how advertisers use cookies: