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SeeFrance.org is funded via performance marketing and this privacy policy outlines how we maintain the site and also what information is collected online. We suggest that you review this Privacy Policy periodically as we may update it from time to time. This policy was last revised on 24th May 2012.

What is performance marketing?

The ongoing upkeep of SeeFrance.org is funded by performance marketing links (also known as affiliate marketing). As a website publisher we get paid a small commission on sales of products or services featured on our web pages. It's important to note that not everyone pays us a commission. We want to keep our sites as useful and as informative as possible so we often feature information relating to other providers regardless of whether we receive a fee.

Any advertising revenues raised ensures our site can be kept up to date and useful for our visitors. We use a 3rd party to enable our affiliate partnerships. These 3rd party intermediaries are known as affiliate networks. A network manages the relationship between our website and the advertisers / providers that appear on our pages. The affiliate networks track all sales to ensure the web publishers are correctly reimbursed for sales they generated.

What information is tracked by performance marketing links?

The tracking is limited to sales data such as (but not exclusive to) when a link was clicked, what time a sale was made, how much the sale was for and which publisher site delivered the sale. This tracking is managed by something called a cookie.

Please note your personal information is not tracked at all during this process.

How are cookies used on this website?

A cookie is a short piece of computer code which is created when you click on an affiliate link on a site such as ours. That cookie does not contain any data about you. It does however contain information about the publisher website and also the advertiser whilst you remain anonymous.

How long does the cookie last?

These cookies can last from 1 day to around 4 weeks. This is to ensure that a sale can be attributed correctly to the publisher who delivered the sale. For example you may visit our site and click off to one of the featured providers. You may then visit other websites, Facebook for example then decide you will buy later. If you then buy several days later your cookie will still be there to correctly attribute the original sale.

You can control and manage your cookie settings via your web browser settings. You can view more information on how to manage cookies here.

Where else on the web would I find cookies?

Cookies are used on pretty much every website you visit. Whether you are shopping online, doing your banking or logging on to a Social Network - a cookie is used to make your experience more pleasurable. Examples of the use of cookies are :

  • remembering you are logged on
  • remembering preferences such as which kind of news articles to display
  • keeping items in your shopping cart
  • etc etc.

Other cookies used on this Website

  • Google Analytics
    Google Analytics is a service that allows us to track visitors to our website. The data is pulled together and anonymised meaning your are not identified personally. This information allows us to build on and improve our website based on general user data.
  • Social Links
    Our site enables you to repost articles or pages via social media plugins. These use cookies to update your profile with this information. Examples of this are our tweet, Facebook Like and Google +1 button. Our Facebook like box also uses cookies.

What information do we collect?

If you contact us via a form and use personally identifiable information (such as first and last names, email addresses and telephone numbers) we store this on file for future reference.

How do we use and share your personal information?

If you sign up for our enewsletter we will send you our a mailing periodically with information we feel may interest you. Your e-mail address may also be used to send you information about our other websites that we feel are relevant to your registration. You can sign up by entering your email address at any of the sign up boxes. By providing your email address you agree to receive newsletter emails from us.

You can unsubscribe by clicking the "Unsubscribe" link featured within our newsletters or contacting us. In the event that this site is bought or sold, customer information will likely be included among the transferred business assets.

How is your personal information is protected?

We use industry standard security techniques on our website to help protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information collected from you. When you transmit personally identifiable data, that information is stored on servers that we have attempted to secure from unauthorised access or intrusion. We cannot be and are not responsible for unauthorised access to information by hackers or others who have obtained such access through illegal measures.

How do I get more information

If you would like to discuss anything about our website please feel free to get in touch. We'd love to hear from you.

Revisions to this privacy policy

This Privacy Policy may be updated and revised from time to time and we will post any changes on this policy. You agree that the information that we gather now will be subject to the Privacy Policy in effect at the time of use. Please should check our website periodically to review any changes.

 

 

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