Cookies policy

We use cookies to make advertising more attractive to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers. Cookies are often used to select ads based on content that is relevant to a user, improve reporting of campaign performance and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen.

Google uses cookies, like the PREF, NID, and SID cookies, to help customize ads displayed on Google services such as the Google search. We use these cookies, for example, to remember your most recent searches, your previous interactions with search results or advertising of an advertiser and your visits to an advertiser’s website. Thus, we can show you customized ads on Google.

We also use cookies to show ads across the Web. Our main advertising cookie on sites that do not belong to Google called “id” and stored in browsers in the domain. We also use other cookies called “_drt_” “FLC” and “exchange_uid”.

Sometimes a cookie can be enabled on the domain of the site you’re visiting. For DoubleClick, you can enable a cookie called “__gads” in the domain of the site you’re visiting.

Other Google services, like YouTube, may also use DoubleClick cookies to show you more relevant ads. Learn more about ads and YouTube

Google also uses various conversion cookies whose main purpose is to help advertisers determine how many times people who click on their ads end up purchasing their products. These cookies allow Google and the advertiser to tell that you clicked the ad and has subsequently acceded to the advertiser’s site. However, Google does not use cookies to target ads conversion Interest. In addition, these cookies only last for a limited period. These cookies are generally set in the domain or domain. The cookie data conversion can also be used with your Google account to link conversion events across different devices you use. Only anonymous conversion data collected through these cookies is shared with advertisers.

You can also use some of our other cookies to evaluate conversion events. For example, DoubleClick cookies and Google Analytics can also be used for this purpose and can be set in the domain of the site you’re visiting