What you’re agreeing to
On this page you can read all about Blueclinic and cookies.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file which is sent to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. From then on your browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) sends these cookies back to the site every time you visit it again, so that it can retrieve your preferences and other information. This avoids you having to re-enter those details each time you visit the site.
What types of cookie are there?
There are several different types of cookie. On this page you can find more information about the cookies used, including:
- Who places it on your computer or device;
- What it’s for;
- How long it is kept on your computer or device;
- What happens if you refuse to accept it.
Should you accept cookies?
In most browsers you can choose whether or not to accept different types of cookie. You can also opt to receive an alert whenever a cookie is placed on your computer. These settings can usually be accessed and changed through the “Help” menu on your browser’s toolbar. If you decide not to accept certain cookies, there’s a risk that some websites may not work properly. This includes Blueclinic.
What cookies do we use?
This cookie is used to analyse website usage statistics. It helps us to better understand how Blueclinic is used by visitors, and so improve their experience. The Google Analytics cookie for Blueclinic is stored on your computer for a maximum of 24 months. If you decide not to accept it, your “clicks” on our site are not included in the user-experience analysis.
This cookie is for our affiliate network. It ensures that bloggers who link to Blueclinic receive a modest payment for doing so. The TradeTracker cookie for Blueclinic is stored on your computer for a maximum of 30 days. If you decide not to accept it, we cannot give bloggers the reward they deserve when you click through to Blueclinic because they have linked to us.
This cookie is for our bannering network. It ensures that other websites receive a modest payment for posting our banner. The Ligatus cookie for Blueclinic is stored on your computer for a maximum of 30 days. If you decide not to accept it, we cannot give websites the reward they deserve when you click through to Blueclinic using the banner they have posted.
This cookie ensures that we receive feedback about the quality of our website, enabling us to improve its pages and make it even more user-friendly. The Hotjar cookie for Blueclinic is stored on your computer for a maximum of twelve months. If you decide not to accept it, your experience when visiting our website cannot be used to help us make it better for everyone.