OCD Marketing Cookie Policy

17th June 2019

OCD Marketing uses cookies to remember you. They’re needed to allow our website to function properly. We also use them to improve your online experience and to help us deliver advertising.

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, please get in touch with us at privacy@ocdmarketing.co.uk.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files generated by the website you’re viewing. The website requests the web browser create a small text file with a small amount of information. This information is used to enhance the users experience whilst on the site. You can switch cookies off at any time in your browser settings, information on how to switch cookies is at the bottom of this page.

Do cookies pose a risk to my device?
Cookies are safe for your computer. Cookies are text files stored on your device, and therefore cannot be used to infect it with a virus or allow malicious code to run on your device. They only store information used by your browser, they can’t access any other content on your computer.

How does OCD Marketing use cookies?
Here are the key ways we use cookies:

· Functionality Cookies
We also use functionality cookies to provide you with enhanced services such as allowing you to watch a video online or comment on a blog.

· Performance Cookies
We use programs like Google Analytics to help us find out how many people visit on our website, where they came from, what devices they use, which pages they visit, and what information they are searching for.

· Behavioural Targeted Advertising Cookies
We share with platforms like Facebook and Google which pages you’ve visited on our website. So, for example, if you’ve recently visited OCD Marketing these advertising platforms may show you advertising for OCD Marketing’s services.

Does anyone else use cookies on ocdmarketing.co.uk?
No, we do not allow third party advertising on our website. All the content you see is about OCD Marketing and our services.

How do I turn off cookies?
Most browsers enable cookies by default, but you can delete or block cookies in your browser settings. The website aboutcookies.org.uk gives helpful information about how you can delete or block cookies in different browsers. We are not responsible for the information on aboutcookies.org. Please remember that blocking cookies will mean that parts of our website, and other websites you visit, may no longer function properly.

About this policy
This Policy was last updated on 17th June 2019.