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What are analytical cookies?

Aert Hulsebos

Aert Hulsebos



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Analytical cookies are closely related to functional cookies. Except for that the website visitor doesn’t really need it. It’s the website owner that needs it.

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies are used to track visitors on the website. How do they browse, how long are they staying, and what are they looking at, e.g. Also demography is part of an analytical cookie. They are essential in measuring the performance of a website and to optimize it. They can be witnessed as real management instruments.

Do not place these cookies automatically (GDPR)

During our wizard, we are asking you some questions regarding analytical cookies. It is required to fill in these questions and add the analytical cookies, as analytical cookies can never be placed without consent. Also, users should be informed about these cookies in the cookie or privacy policy.

More information about cookies?

Read our article about functional cookies or
Read our article about advertising cookies.

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