About Cookies

BookBeat uses cookies and other similar tools to see how our service is used and to customise the user experience.

Cookies are small text files and are a very common tool used on the internet. Cookie files are read and stored by the browser in the device used to visit our site. BookBeat believes that, by not blocking cookies in your browser, you have consented to the cookies that BookBeat uses on their website.

By visiting your settings in your browser, you can choose to not save cookies to your device when you visit our web pages, and you can even delete cookies that have already been saved. If you choose to block cookies on your browser, you may affect the functionality of our website as cookies are used for functionality and user experience for example.

It is also possible to regulate customised advertising in your browser, read more about that at www.youronlinechoices.com. You can also turn off Google Analytics tracking on all websites you visit. Read more here tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

For a full list of cookies

  • BookBeat – Keeps the user automatically logged in and shows our website in the chosen language.
  • Google Analytics – used to generate statistics about traffic and traffic sources. Also used to measure conversions and sales.
  • Facebook Pixel – Used to improve our advertising on Facebook and to measure conversions.
  • Twitter – Used to share our webpages on twitter.
  • Burt Bonnier Insights – Measures traffic and users amongst different Bonnier websites.
  • Google Tag Manager –Uses cookies to manage and implement scripts. Google Tag Manager is a service that can hel pus easily organise scripts on our webpages.
  • Adform – Collects anonymous data so that we can customise and adapt our advertisements.
  • Bing – Used to measure how many users come to our website through Bing ads.
  • HotJar – Used to see how anonymous users navigate our website.
  • Impact Radius – Used to track conversion through certain advertisements.
  • Doubleclick – Used to improve advertisements.