In the following statement, we have shared the details on the measures and tools we use to collect and utilize user information on this blog.
We use an email subscription service to collect the First Name and Emails from interested readers and visitors of this blog.
The above information allows us to send personalized emails to their mailboxes.
These personalized emails may also contain advertisements, promotional offers, etc., from our advertising partners.
We use the Google Analytics tool to collect and analyze data received from the visitors of this blog.
The above data helps us provide a better user experience to our readers.
In general, the analytics tool collects different user details including, Location, IP Address, Web Browser, Operating System, Visitor’s device, Date and Time of Visit, Entering and Exiting Pages, Referring Websites, Time Spent on Each Page, etc.
This information is generally stored on the browser of your device.
And you may disable the cookie settings if you do not wish to store and share any such information with third-party websites like IndoorMint.com.
Important – When you disable cookies on your browser, it may affect the overall user experience of the page.
We use several advertising platforms to generate revenue for the blog.
The revenue generated from these platforms helps carry out various management tasks to run this blog smoothly.
These third-party advertisers may also use their own tracking systems to collect general information from the readers.
This information helps in providing an improved and personalized experience to the readers.
The advertisers collect and store this data on their respective servers.
We, at IndoorMint.com, do not have any access to this data whatsoever.
We also use different affiliate programs to suggest useful products and services to our readers.
When the reader clicks on one of the affiliate links, we may receive a variable compensation from the affiliate program provider for the generated sale or lead.
These affiliate programs/advertisers also use a similar tracking system to collect and store information on their servers.
We use the WordPress commenting system to allow our readers to share their thoughts and feedback on different posts on this blog.
The commenting system needs the user to fill in their name and email information in the respective field.
This information helps in identifying and validating human participation in the comments section.
The details shared in the comments are stored in our databases.