By using persuasionux.com, you agree to the collection and use of aggregate and personal information as described in this policy. You also agree to the usage terms.
- We will never spam you.
- We will never sell or rent your personal information with a 3rd party.
- We will never give your personal information to anyone, except to fulfill services we provide you or comply with the law.
- We do NOT share our mailing list or personally identifiable information from any aggregate collected information, such as surveys, registrations etc., with any 3rd party, without your express permission.
What We Collect
Like most websites, UX for all collects non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available, such as the browser type, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor’s request through the use of persistent cookies. This information is aggregate and anonymous. It gives us information that we use to improve the content, usability and design features of our website and allow us to improve our overall experience.
When you provide us personally identifying information such as when you sign up for newsletters, download materials or register on the site, we then collect and securely store personally identifying information. We use this information solely to provide you requested documentation, fulfill services or improve our service offerings.
When you opt-in on persuasionux.com, we ask for information such as your email address, and name so we can send you the required information, as well as to provide you occasional updates.
If you register on the site, we collect your so we can tailor our service offerings to better match your needs and become more relevant.
There are two types of cookies:
1. Session cookies are used only for the length of time you stay on the website. When you leave the website, they expire and are no longer active.
2. Persistent cookies are more permanent and can be re-read when you return to the website that placed them on your computer.
We use persistent cookies from time to time to prevent one-time events from occurring during subsequent user visits. This often applies to message or survey pop-ups.
You can choose not to accept cookies. You may do this by setting your browser options to inform you when cookies are being sent. Alternately, you can set these options to deny cookies altogether. Please note, however, that by not accepting cookies you may limit the functionality that we can provide to you when you visit our website.
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