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Visitor Analytics & Statistics
I use Google Analytics to understand who my visitors are – where you are in the world, what browser and device you use and where you found my site from.
This information provides a picture of who my visitors are so I can optimise my site layout, server hardware and how I promote my content to ensure it reaches the most appropriate audience and gives everyone the best experience I can provide.
No personally-identifiable information is collected.
Server hosting and the time I use to write articles for the good of the community is expensive. I offset some of this cost by hosting adverts provided by Google Adsense.
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- Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users that are based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites across the Internet.
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