Mmm. We wondered that ourselves. 😉
Here’s what we’ve figured out about cookies* – they’re techy language for making the website run a little smoother and giving you a more personalised experience. As a rule, cookies will make your browsing experience better
Mostly how that works for our site is that we use a third party service (Google Analytics) to collect standard internet log information and details of our visitors’ experience, like how many dropped in to visit on any day. This info is only ever processed in a way that means we cannot identify anyone. And we do not make (nor allow Google to) any attempt to figure out exactly who they are.
*Fun fact my chocolate chip cookie recipe is voted THE best in the world by my family and friends.
When you sign up for The Daisy Patch Weekly or any of our freebies you get in on all the valuable tools, tips and insights we share. We do collect some personal info at this point – simply your name, email address and sometimes your region. This info helps us to get to know you a bit more, deliver the letter to your inbox and personalise your experience of being part of our community. Which means we may check in from time to time to make sure you are super happy and satisfied with your experience too. We never sell your details on to any other businesses. Because frankly, that just sux!
They help us get to know our community even more and we get to see things like email opens and clicks. This helps us monitor and improve our communication with you. Oh and you are totally in control of unsubscribing from our newsletter at any time. Literally. Wake up at 3am and feel the need, go for it! There’s always an ‘unsubscribe’ link on the emails we send you.
Great! You are completely entitled to view, amend or even delete any personal information that we hold. We just ask that you email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can process this for you pronto.
We updated this one on 18th May 2018.