Cookie Policy

Online Selling Experiment (the ‘Site’) uses cookies to distinguish your use of the Site from other visitors. In this document, the use of the word cookie or cookies is also used to refer to pixels and other ‘local storage objects’.

This Cookie Policy explains what these cookies are, as well as how and why we use them.

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You may choose to prevent our use of cookies at any time by deleting the existing cookies from within your browser and blocking or disabling cookies for the future.

What exactly is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file with a unique combination of letters and numbers that are stored within your browser or on your hard drive. A cookie does not collect any information from your machine, it is simply there so the Site and/or third party services connected to the site can identify returning visitors and log your usage of the Site and consumption of content offered by the Site.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies are useful for many reasons. Their usage can be divided into five main categories:

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  3. Improved functionality
  4. Targeting
  5. Referrals

Some cookies are required in order to provide certain services, and we consider those necessary. An example of a necessary cookie is one used to keep track of a logged in user. Security-related cookies are also considered necessary.

We also use cookies to measure site performance in a variety of ways related to standard web analytics. These cookies allow the Site to identify trends like how much time is spent on the site, what our most popular content is, and other things of this nature. This data allows us to improve the site over time by identifying errors and prioritizing the most popular subjects and topic matter.

We use other cookies to improve the functionality of the site during your visit. These cookies allow us to record what content you have already consumed or interacted with so that you do not see the same forms multiple times, for example.

Targeting cookies are used to personalize the content, promotions, and advertisements that we deliver to you based on the content and subjects you show the most interest in. This includes content promoted to you via third-party mediums like Facebook and Google Ads.

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Questions?

If you have any additional questions, please contact Ryan at ryan@onlinesellingexperiment.com.

For additional information regarding the Site’s use of data, read our Privacy Policy.

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