What Are Cookies
One of the many ways we improve your experience on our site is by using cookies. They’re tiny files that get downloaded to your computer when you visit, and then help make certain functions work better or remember what you like about them. This page describes how these Cookies operate. why sometimes we need to store these temporary data in memory instead of permanent storage such as hard drives at Web browsers level.
Your browser is capable of setting up cookies, and we use them for a range of reasons. The most common reason is the promotion to keep you logged in so that monsters don’t get deleted or forgotten about when logging out. We also rely on this technology to personalize content like colors schemes & fonts depending on what kind it might be – whether its an email from your boss at work explaining something important happening tomorrow morning (in case he needs me!), then this would probably help him remember how much attention I give my emails which makes going into overtime.
You can prevent the setting of cookies by adjusting your browser’s settings. Disabling them will usually result in also disabling certain functionality and features on this site, so you should know that it is not recommended for those who wish to use every feature as well as learn more about how they work.
The Cookies We Set
Third Party Cookies
Please see the official Google Analytics page, for more information on Google Analytics cookies.
When we’re still in the process of testing new features, these cookies may be used to ensure you receive a consistent experience while on our site. This will help us understand which optimizations are most appreciated by users so that when it comes time for final release things go smoothly.
The Google DoubleClick cookie allows them serve more relevant ads across the web and limit how often an ad is shown – this way they can continue providing quality content without annoying their audience too much (or at all).
For more information on Google AdSense, Please see the official Google AdSense privacy FAQ.
We use advertisements to offset the costs of running this site and provide funding for further development. behavioral advertising cookies are used by the website anonymously, tracking your interests so that they can present similar things you may be interested in if any new information is released on topics related directly or indirectly with said tracked topic via blog posts etcetera which results in them being more relevant than traditional methods such as banner ads would have been otherwise.
We also use social media buttons and/or plugins on this site that allow you to connect with your network in various ways. For these features, any of the following sites including Facebook, Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest YouTube Instagram will set cookies through our pages which may be used by us or contribute information they hold for advertised purposes outlined within their privacy policies as long as those sites are enabled for them (e-commerce companies have different requirements).
If you’re not sure whether or not cookies are the right choice for your site, they luckily have a setting that can be enabled in order to show which sites receive information on their current browsing.
It is always better when people know how they will be using our service beforehand so hopefully, this clears up any confusion! If there’s anything else I didn’t cover here – please let me know by replying back with some questions through email or call anytime between 10 am-2 pm PST Monday thru Friday (or 9 am-noon during lunch).