We collect anonymous statistics about our visitors, such as a list of the pages our visitors viewed. This helps us to understand which content people find useful.
We also feature share buttons such as those from Facebook and Twitter, who may also know you visited this website, if you are signed up with them.
We value your privacy, and go to lengths to ensure that your information is safe. We do not share it with others.
We measure the visits on our site using Google Analytics and Statcounter. These services record what pages you visited, how you got there and some basic anonymous information about your computer. We don’t know who you are; just that a computer visited the site. This helps us to understand the successful and useful parts of the site, and which pages are not so useful. We use this information to continually improve the website. Learn more about Google Analytics here. You can choose to opt out if you wish. Learn more about Statcounter here. You can choose to opt out if you wish.
Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter provide share buttons which we sometimes have on our website – (eg “Like” and “Tweet” buttons on the blog.)
We may send you emails if you have signed up to our newsletter. You can opt out at any time.
We never share personal information or email addresses to any third parties. We adhere to a strict “no-spam” policy. Your e-mail address will not be sold to a third party.