What are Cookies?
When you use a website, tiny files are downloaded onto your computer that collect and hold small amounts of data. These files are called “cookies” and are designed to give you a better online experience. Cookies are used to tailor information to include features or content that you might be particularly interested in. They also hold items like usernames so that you don’t have to re-enter then every time you re-visit a site.
Can Cookies be Disabled?
Third Party Cookies
Google Analytics is a critical tool that helps us continue to improve bettingreporter.com. Cookies are used to provide base data like how many people are using our site, which articles are being read, and which don’t appear to be relevant. We use that information to provide more of what our readers want to see on our Site, and less of what they don’t.
Although we do include third-party advertising on our Site, we don’t want to drown you in irrelevant ads. Cookies help us monitor purchases so that we can tailor our marketing to products that you’re actually interested in. We use Google AdSense to cut down on the number of times you’re shown the same advertisement and to make our content more in-line with your viewing history.
Cookies also enable the social media buttons on our site to connect you with your network. Those social media tools also have their own cookie and privacy policies which govern how they use and store data. You can check with each site for more information.