What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files containing a string of characters that can be placed on your computer or mobile device to identify your unique browser or device. Cookies cannot damage your computer or files on your computer. Cookies just allow a site or services to know if your computer or device has visited that site or service before.
Cookies can be used to help understand how a site or service is used. Also, they help you navigate between pages more efficiently, remember your preferences, and generally improve your browsing experience. Cookies can also help ensure online advertising is more relevant to you.
Below, you can determine which cookies you accept to be placed for an improved experience. The following types of cookies can be placed by this website:
Functional cookies are used to make our website more user friendly by storing user preferences like your chosen localisation of the site. The following necessary functional cookies are in place:
Cloudflare cookies are used to maximize network resources, manage traffic, and protect the CM.com domain from malicious traffic. Cookies from Cloudflare are non-customizable: necessary functional cookies, as CM.com needs them for security and access purposes and no personally identifiable information is stored.
TraceDock cookies are used to share your website usage data anonymously with Google Analytics if your browser or browser plugin does not allow Google Analytics to collect data directly.
There are four analysis performance cookies in place:
- Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a cookie with which CM.com can analyse the general use of the website and improve your experience.
Google does not transfer this information to third parties because CM.com has opted-out for data sharing. Google will not combine your IP address with any other data held by Google. CM.com has chosen for masking the last octet of the IP-address. CM.com accepted the Data Processing Amendment, written by Google. Here, it is recorded that Google only acts as collector in the processing of personal data of the CM.com website visitors. This way, Google Analytics has a privacy friendly setup.
CM.com uses Hotjar, a web analytics service. Hotjar may record mouse clicks, mouse movements and scrolling activity. Hotjar does not collect any personally identifiable information (PII) that you have not voluntarily entered in our website. Hotjar also does not track your browsing habits across websites that do not use Hotjar. We are using the information collected by Hotjar to improve our website, make it more user-friendly and monitor that it is performing correctly.
CM.com uses their own technology to track and analyze the actions of users on the website. We track the views and clicks of every webpage on https://www.cm.com and use this to measure the effectiveness of the website and the CM.com Platform, and to provide the user with useful information to make the best use of our products.
Pingdom is used to guarantee the performance of the website and to ensure that the user experience of the visitor is as optimal as possible. This cookie measures the page load speed to identify pages that don’t perform as fast as we would like, and fix the speed to ensure that you have pleasant site experience.
CM.com uses Google’s tool for direct marketing and remarketing purposes. The information it collects, is restricted to the pages you have visited on our domain.
CM.com uses the LinkedIn Insight tool to enable in-depth campaigning on the LinkedIn platform, track conversions and retarget CM.com visitors on LinkedIn.
This cookie keeps track of all pageviews during a session. This way we can show you relevant advertisements and offers. This cookie will also prevent you from only seeing advertisements if you have just entered into the chosen contract with CM.com.
This cookie keeps track of all pageviews during a session. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our platform and also allows us to improve it.
The Facebook pixel measures webtraffic and monitors defined actions on the website. With this information we can show personalized advertisements and ensure that the total website experience is optimized.
The Twitter pixel pixel measures webtraffic and monitors defined actions on the website. With this information we can show personalized advertisements and ensure that the total website experience is optimized.
The AppWiki pixel measures webtraffic and monitors defined actions on the website. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our platform and also allows us to improve it.
This cookie is used to collect information about companies that visit our website. We use the information to compile reports about companies interested in our website and to help us improve the website.
With the Advertisement cookies we can:
- Keep track of which advertisements you have already seen. This way we prevent you from seeing the same advertisements too often.
- Track how many visitors click on our advertisements.
- Track how many visitors purchase a service from us after clicking on an ad. This allows us to analyze how effective our advertisements are.
- Keep track of whether you have already purchased certain services from us. You will then not see any unnecessary advertisements.
This website uses different types of cookies. Below you will find an overview per type.
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