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These cookies allow us to monitor how visitors use our site. This information provides anonymous statistics on how many people visit the site, where they came from and the pages they visit, so we can target, develop and improve our services. To that end, we use the following tools:
Google Analytics: Collects statistical information about how you use the site so that we can improve the site.
Google Analytics (GA) does not collect specific user information itself. We do use Google Tag Manager to install GA, and tracking pixels to support reporting and re-marketing via agencies. Our agencies use Adwords, Doubleclick, Facebook, LinkedIn, and possibly some other tracking pixels for remarketing.
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- Google’s remarketing legal info: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2549063?hl=en
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As GA is used in ALE site – there are couple of cookie values stored by GA as well.
Basically: only a trace of what the pages have been opened. No end user information.
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The Oracle Eloqua asynchronous tracking scripts allow ALE to track visits to our ALE websites, seamlessly without affecting the page load time for ALE visitors.
Visitors are remembered based on a unique cookie value stored in their browser. When you visit a website with the Oracle Eloqua asynchronous tracking scripts deployed, cookies are placed in your browser.
These tracking scripts help identify you as a website visitor according to your specific browser and computer combination in the event that you return to this domain. Oracle Eloqua supports two types of cookie based tracking: third-party and first-party.
The difference between third-party cookies and first-party cookies lies in the owner of the cookie. For example, if you visited example.com, and you saw a cookie for eloqua.com on your browser, this is a third-party cookie because the cookie does not belong to the example.com domain.
First-party cookies are less problematic to use as they are blocked less often. It is difficult to browse the internet without accepting first-party cookies as these cookies identify you as a returning user to the site and help personalize your browsing experience. This is useful for any website that requires you to login, remember a password and so on. As many anti-spyware applications and privacy settings do not target first-party cookies, implementing tracking based on first-party cookies on your website may allow you to track more visitors successfully.
The cookie enables ALE to gather digital body language of the visitor and store it for use with our Eloqua lead score models. The information the cookie collects is stored in Eloqua with the GUID.
Eloqua cookies are valid for up to two years, or unless the user clears their cookies.
Eloqua uses email address as the unique identifier in the system. It is only after a visitor has provided their email address, does the information gathered from their web visits become linked with the email address.
Eloqua tracking scripts do not collect personal information but links the visitor history with the email address once it has been submitted to Eloqua.
Email addresses are entered into Eloqua by way of:
- Form submit: the visitor has submitted an Eloqua form (either a campaign, event registration or a web form) and has provided their information. All ALE forms include a check box to opt-in. This check box does not pre-populate. ALE gathers five specific fields on the form:
- Email Address
- First Name
- Last Name
- List purchase: contact information that is purchased and uploaded into either Salesforce.com or Eloqua directly
- Business card data: entered in Salesforce.com and synced to Eloqua
- Salesforce.com sync: Data entered in Salesforce.com will sync to Eloqua
Oracle Eloqua tracking parameters
Oracle Eloqua allows ALE to create hyperlinks, and then add those hyperlinks to text or images within an asset. Hyperlink parameters allow ALE to track recipient behavior, attribute it appropriately, and then present desired content to each recipient.
The following parameters are available:
ElqTrackId: Unique string of alphanumeric characters that allows Oracle Eloqua to individually identify each linked item in the ALE asset. When you add a hyperlink to an image or text, Oracle Eloqua automatically appends the elqTrackId parameter to the link. If you have two images in an email, and both those images link to http://www.example.com, then the elqTrackId parameter will be different for each of those images
elqTrack=true: Parameter allows Oracle Eloqua to track and report on link activity (such as clickthroughs) for assets on which there are no tracking scripts. It can only be applied to webpage links. The elqTrack=Trueparameter is separate from the elqTrackId parameter, although they often appear together on hyperlinks.
AssetType and AssetId: Specifies whether the asset is an email or a landing page. AssetId is a unique numerical identifier for each asset that can be used to differentiate between individual assets, assets that were created via template, and assets that are copies of other assets. In some cases, when a hyperlinked object is duplicated, the elqTrackID parameter will be duplicated as well, and the AssetId can help identify links appropriately.
RecipientId: Parameter is a unique identifier for each email recipient or web page visitor. It can be linked back to a contact or custom object record. When a visitor clicks a link in an email or landing page, the RecipientId parameter is passed to the target link, and can then be used to associate clickthroughs and merge content to the appropriate visitor or recipient.
The parameter is present on every link in an email in the format of elq=<GUID>. When an email is sent, a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) is generated and injected into the link for each recipient. Once a recipient has received an email, the RecipientId can be found within the URL.
CampaignId: Unique number assigned to an asset when that asset is used as a part of a campaign. If an asset is used in more than one campaign, this number ensures that asset activity is associated with the correct campaign.
SiteId: Identifies ALE company's assets. It is the ID of our Eloqua platform.
Eloqua; Elqstatus: These cookies collect information about how visitors use our site, including the number of visitors, and the pages they visited. Once consent is provided through form submission by the visitor, a visitor's ID can be associated to their onsite behavior.
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The Facebook pixel is an analytics tool that allows to measure the effectiveness of our advertising by understanding the actions people take on your website. We use pixel data to:
- Make sure our ads are being shown to the right people
- Build advertising audiences
- Unlock additional Facebook advertising tools
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