What’s a cookie
When you go online, you use a program called a “browser” (like Apple’s Safari or Google’s Chrome). Most websites store a small amount of text in the browser—and that text is called a “cookie.” Other technologies function similarly to collect data about your browsing activity. Learn more about other technologies by reading about our Compliance and Data.
This policy refers to these technologies collectively as “cookies.” We use session cookies (that last until you close your browser) or persistent cookies (that last until you or your browser delete them). For example, we use persistent cookies to store your language preferences or other settings so you don‘t have to set them up every time you visit Simple Affiliate.
Some of the cookies we use are associated with your Simple Affiliate account (including information about you, such as the email address you gave us) and other cookies are not.
There are four categories of cookies we may use:
Essential cookies are required so Simple Affiliate works in the way you expect. Examples of these types of cookies are login cookies which keep you logged in as you scroll through Simple Affiliate.
Analytics cookies which are used for internal analytics and include cookies from providers like Google Analytics.
Marketing cookies that are used for advertising Simple Affiliate to you off of Simple Affiliate.
What do we do with the cookies in each category
We may use essential cookies to remember your settings and preferences, like the language you prefer and your privacy settings.
Essential cookies let you log in and out of Simple Affiliate.
We use analytics cookies to make Simple Affiliate better. For example, these cookies tell us how many people use a certain feature and how popular it is, or whether people open an email we send.
There are also online tools such as Digital Advertising Alliance's Browser Check site which allow you to choose how cookies are used throughout the web based on the device and browser you are using.
Your browser probably gives you cookie choices. For example, most browsers let you block “third-party cookies,” which are cookies from sites other than the one you’re visiting. Those options vary from browser to browser, so check your browser settings for more info.
Some browsers also have a privacy setting called “Do Not Track,” which we support. This setting is another way for you to decide whether we use info from our partners and other services to customize Simple Affiliate for you.
Finally, your mobile device has settings that allow you to control how ad partners can use information about your use of mobile applications to show ads to you. On Android devices, this setting is called “Opt out of Ads Personalization.” On Apple devices, you can adjust your choice by selecting Privacy and then Tracking.
Effective June 26, 2023