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What Cookies do Sidney Fontaine Coaching?
The cookies that we use on our website only collect anonymous information in order to optimise our services and we never collect personal information.
Google Analytics: This cookie allows us to see data on things like the number of visits to our site as well as the browsing behaviour of those visitors. This sort of data allows us to see which sections of our site are most popular and which aren’t so popular! All info is depersonalised and can never be tracked back to individuals.
Google AdWords: Using the code provided by Google AdWords we are able to better track the successes (or failures) of our advertising through AdWords platforms. It let’s us, for example, see which advert from which campaign you clicked on before you submitted one of our contact forms.
Social Shares: All of the social sharing features on our website set their own cookies (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, The Dots) so that we can track social engagement.