I hate the thought of my details being out there, freely available to any Tom, Dick or Harry, so you can believe me when I say I take your privacy seriously.
I’ll only collect and use your personal data (your name and email address) in the ways described here.
This policy only applies to this site. Some of these pages might contain links to other websites. Of course I have no control over how these sites use your data (but I’m sure they’re very good).
What data do I collect?
As you’ll have seen from my site, there are a number of ways I might collect your data:
Contact forms – these enable you to submit your data with a view to us discussing your brand project.
Digital Marketing Report form – sending these details enables me to discuss and send you your report.
The 7 secrets of a successful website form – these details are also handy for emailing you a copy of the download you’ve asked for.
Join my exclusive email list – now this is where you’ve kindly agreed to receiving my marketing emails. Thank you. I hope you enjoy them.
In all instances, I’ll only use your data in connection with reason I’m collecting it. So if you’ve emailed me to chat about how we might work together, but you didn’t also tick the box inviting you to receive exclusive marketing emails, then of course I won’t be sending you any of those. You’ll regret it though. (Just kidding.)
I won’t keep your data for longer than necessary for the work we’re doing together. I’ll destroy it responsibly as soon as we’re done. But by ‘done’ I don’t necessarily mean by the end of the project, since we might want to keep in touch, if we like each other. However, you’re quite within your rights to ask me to get rid of these details at any time.
I wouldn’t dream of sharing your data with any third parties. If I think it’s a nice idea for you to be introduced to someone I know, I’ll ask you first.
Not the free warm ones you get at Double Tree Hotels. These cookies are small text files are placed on your machine to provide data to people like Google Analytics.
Using cookies enables me to track useful information such as whether you’re reading my blogs, which ones you’re reading, and which you find repulsive. All this data is completely anonymised, so I won’t take it personally:)
As a rule, cookies will make your browsing experience better. However, you may prefer to disable cookies on this site and on others. You can disable cookies in your browser by taking a look at the ‘help’ section of your browser or taking a look at the About cookies website, which offers guidance for all modern browsers.
But this does mean you might not be able to view the whole of my site – and that would be a shame since I’ve spent a lot of time on it.
If you have any questions about anything here, or would like to complain about any of it, please don’t hesitate to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone on 07920 042240.
I might make changes this policy from time to time (for example, if the law changes). If this happens I’ll update the date.
This one was last updated on 10 November 2018, while watching Strictly with the sound off (too much whooping).
I’m off for a cup of tea now. Bye.