Most of all, we value your privacy. We do not sell, rent, loan, or give your email address or other personal information to anybody without your express permission.
Collection of your Personal Information
Use of Your Personal Information
If you decide to become a member, you will receive a short series of orientation emails from MarketingProfs. From time to time, members may receive notifications about changes to policies. We will not send you any other unsolicited email at the address you provide, except for infrequent communications to resolve issues that may arise with your own MarketingProfs.com account. We also offer a variety of optional newsletter and promotional subscriptions. We send these emails only to members who have elected to see them. Members can manage their opt-in and opt-out status at any time from this page in My Account.
Special offers are sometimes sent to Basic members on behalf of third parties. But these third parties do not have access to personal information since we alone send out the emails. All recipients of third-party emails are given the opportunity to opt-out of future third-party mailings at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of any email or by changing email preference settings on this page in My Account.
We may track and store geolocation information related to your IP address. This information may be used to provide you with the most relevant material, as well as allow for more effective communications.
Additionally, we use session variables to aid in the development of various features on the site. These session variables disappear after 20 minutes or when the user exits a browser. Thus, this information is not stored for any reason other than as indicated.
We may also use personal information in a manner that does not identify you specifically nor allow you to be contacted but does identify certain criteria about our users in general. For example, we may inform third parties about the number of registered users, number of unique visitors, and the pages most frequently browsed.
Aside from these uses of user information, we do not sell, nor plan to sell any user information to anyone.
Protection of Children's Personal Information
MarketingProfs.com is a general audience website and does not knowingly collect any personal information from children. While our website may be viewed by children, we do not wish to receive data from children. MarketingProfs.com encourages parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and to participate in the interactive activities offered on the sites their children visit. No information should be submitted to, or posted at, the MarketingProfs.com web site by visitors under 18 years of age without the consent of their parent or guardian.
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IF FOR ANY REASON YOU BELIEVE THAT YOUR PRIVACY HAS BEEN BREACHED THROUGH THE USE OF OUR SITE, YOU MAY CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY BY E-MAIL, AND WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO PROMPTLY DETERMINE AND CORRECT THE PROBLEM.
Teaches: Search Marketing
Maile coordinates Google Webmaster Central outreach efforts as a senior developer programs engineer. She has also supported the Google Webmaster Help Group and served as a technical solutions engineer for the Google Search Appliance on the enterprise team at Google.