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|Hotjar: these cookies allow us to monitor how users act on our website so we can improve the user experience|
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Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across our website. These cookies are used to deliver visitors with customized advertisements based on the pages and websites they have visited and to analyse the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.
|ZoomInfo||ZoomInfo cookies allows us to monitor which companies visit our website|
|Facebook: Integration with our Facebook Advertising allowing visitors to be tracked and adverts served to Facebook users who may be interested in our services.|
|LinkedIn: Integration with our LinkedIn Advertising allowing visitors to be tracked and adverts served to LinkedIn users who may be interested in our services.|
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|Leadfeeder: These cookies register data such as IP-addresses, time spent on the website and page requests for the visit. This is used in our B2B marketing to target multiple users visiting our website from the same IP-addresses.|
|_hjRecordingEnabled||Session||Hotjar: used to identify visitors and collect visitor data from multiple websites.|
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