Overview of cookies on boat-parts.net
Boat-parts.net wants to be clear and honest about how we collect and use information about your visit to our website. Here you see which cookiesBoat-parts.net uses and how you can make a reservation.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small temporary files that are stored on your device when you visit a website (which uses this). The files are deleted automatically after a certain period of time or when the website is closed, but this can be managed if desired. Cookies contain information such as your settings or your profile information for a website.
Each website can send its own cookie to your browser if the browser's settings allow it. Many websites do this every time one uses their page, so they can follow the flow of web traffic.
Not all cookies are bad. They can contribute to a better user experience by taking care of key information about your preferences, such as. by remembering the choices you have made in a website so that it will be customized the next time you visit the website. Cookies may also contain information about your location, the choices you have made on the website and other information used for statistical purposes.
The information from those who use Boat-parts.net is collected passively and stored in cookies. The information collected cannot be used to identify you. Only the device you are using is identified.
The cookies contain information such as navigation, time of visit, browser version, which pages you have seen, etc.
Do you want to reserve yourself for cookies
You have the option to accept or reject cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but by changing the settings in the browser, you will be able to reject cookies if you prefer.
At Nettvett.no you get guidance on how to set up your browser to accept or reject cookies.
Some of our cookies are necessary for our services on Boat-parts.net to work. This data can contain information about your settings and tell us how the web pages should be displayed in your browser.
Boat-parts.net divides the cookies into 3 groups:
Group 1 - Required
Necessary cookies help to make Boat-parts.net usable by activating basic functions such as page description, help functions, chat functions, search options and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function without these cookies.
The following cookies are required:
Boat-parts.net uses Zendesk which is a live customer follow-up program. According to Zendesk's guidelines for using Zendesk, no personal information is collected about you as a user. The data collected is stored on Zendesk's servers. You can read more about how Zendesk collects and protects data. See attached Privacy and Terms from Zendesk
Group 2 - Statistical
Boat-parts.net uses Google Analytics, which is the most widespread web analysis services on the internet. This information is used to evaluate how you use the website, and uses this information to make the website more efficient in use.
cookie from Google Analytics is set to be deleted automatically after 24 months if you do not return to the site. It is possible to reserve against all registration in Google Analytics by installing an add-on in the browser: Google Analytics Opt-outBrowserAdd-on
The following cookies are used by Boat-parts.net from Google Analytics: _ga, _gid and _gat
Boat-parts.net uses Hotjar which collects information about user behavior. Hotjar uses this information to find out, among other things, the number of visitors to the various pages and how the pages are used. The information is collected in such a way that it is not possible to identify individuals.
We may also use Hotjar to conduct anonymous surveys, where visitors may provide feedback to Boat-parts.net.
All data is automatically deleted from Hotjar after 365 days. Read more about Hotjar's privacy management here
Cookies from Hotjar are tags that start with _hj
Group 3 - Marketing
Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites. The purpose is to show ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and thus provide added value for the individual user
AdWords is Google's advertising system. With Google AdWords, advertisers can reach people who are actively searching for their products or services in the Google search engine. Google AdWords ads are also referred to as a sponsored link.
The AdWords ad appears as a sponsored link in the right margin of the search results on Google (PC). Ads that are considered particularly relevant may also appear in a frame above the search results.
The text ads in Google AdWords consist of a headline with a hyperlink of a maximum of 25 characters, two lines of descriptive text of a maximum of 35 characters each, and a line with the address of the advertiser's webpage.
The cookie is used by AdWords to reach previous visitors to the site based on their usage patterns on the site.
Examples of cookies from Google AdWordserads / ga-audiences
You can opt out of targeted Google Display ads here: Google AdsSettings
Boat-parts.net collects information on the website that we use for remarketing through Facebook. This is to give users more relevant ads, based on the type of content they have shown interest in. The ads appear on Facebook.
Read more about how Facebook collects and handles data here
Examples of cookies from Facebook are fr and tr.
Nosto analyzes your interest in the various products, and makes it probable what are the most representative products for you as a user, based on what you show interest in of products. Then the technology gives you the opportunity to take advantage of personalized product recommendations in real time. The result will be that you will see more interesting products.
If you have questions about cookies, contact Boat-parts.net. Privacy statement for Boat-parts.net, can be found here