This page provides information about the cookies that are served on this website.
This website (domain) itself does not store any cookies on your computer.
Furthermore, the third-party cookies that are stored on your computer, cannot access any personal information
about you such as your phonenumber or home address, and also not your name.
On http://www.aboutcookies.org/DEFAULT.ASPX?page=1 you can lookup for many browsers and browser versions,
how to change your cookie settings.
And alternatively, you can opt out of some
The application on that page checks what companies store cookies on your computer, and offers the possibility to opt-out of them.
Third-party cookies that are served on my website:
I have banners and text links with a special tracking ID on this website.
The tracking ID measures if you sign up, or even sign up for a paid membership with Militaryfriends, and is probably persistent for more than one day.
- a cookie from Google AdSense:
The DoubleClick cookie is used by Google in the ads served on
the websites of its partners, such as websites displaying AdSense ads or participating in Google certified ad networks.
When you visit my website and either view or click on an ad,
a cookie may be dropped on your browser.
- Google's use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to users
based on their visit to this website and/or other sites on the Internet.
- You may opt out of the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising by visiting the
Ads Settings page ( go to bottom of the page).
In case you still have questions about cookies from Google, read their page about it.
- A cookie from Commission Junction:
In affiliate marketing, one task that cookies manage is to remember the link or ad the visitor to a website clicks on.
Cookies can also store the date and time of the click, they can even be used to remember what kind of websites or content you like most.
There are many different types of web cookies and uses, but the kind of cookie affiliate marketing relies on is called a first-party cookie.
When you visit my website, and click on an advertiser's creative ad from CJ,
your browser receives the CJ tracking cookie that identifies the advertiser, the publisher, the specific creative and commission amount.
This data is stored within the link information in what are called "parameters" and can include even more anonymous data used for attribution.
The pieces of a sample link below, include some of the identifiers Commission Junction
uses to enable proper tracking and auditing of the affiliate marketing process:
"http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-5377085-10590299?sid=012-123" target="_blank"> webservices.cj.com>img border="0" height="1"
src="http://www.ftjcfx.com/image-5377085-10590299" width="1" height="1" border="0" />
- PID: 5377085
PID (publisher website ID) is used to identify the publisher's website (= my website).
- AID: 10590299
The AID (ad ID) is a number which identifies a specific link. It enables CJ to track creative performance as well as
credit the publisher when they earn a commissionable transaction.
Because each link has a unique AID, it also allows CJ to identify the appropriate advertiser.
- SID: 012-123
SID (shopper ID) enables publisher to track where their referred actions originated so they can target and/or reward their unique shoppers.
When the visitor makes a purchase or completes a lead form, that transaction is tracked and recorded by Commission Junction.
- and, it might(?) happen that cookies are served from Matomy SEO Media Group: https://www.matomyseo.com/ .
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