Web it Up uses necessary (functional) cookies, analytical cookies, and marketing cookies and similar techniques such as web beacons and Javascript libraries (hereinafter: cookies).

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that remember preferences while surfing and store them on your computer. Cookies have two functions. On the one hand, they help you surf by remembering login names, passwords and (language) preferences. On the other hand, there are cookies that register your visited websites and thus make an estimate of your interests as a user. Cookies only remember preferences and interests based on your surfing behavior. Web it Up can place cookies for the following purposes:
  • make surfing the Web it Up website easier
  • remember your data, so that you can when you visit our
  • website does not always receive or must enter the same information
  • to be able to analyze and / or optimize the use of our website
  • being able to register how often an advertisement is shown in order to better tailor the advertisements to your needs and interests and prevent you from seeing the same advertisement every time
  • to be able to send targeted communications, including to provide service information

When are cookies placed?

When you visit our website for the first time, a notice is displayed in which we ask for permission to use cookies. If you agree with these cookies for marketing purposes, we can share encrypted data based on this permission (including with Google and Facebook). In addition, our website includes social media integrations. The privacy and cookie policy of the relevant company applies to the use of cookies by other companies. Below you will find an overview of the parties that place cookies and for what purpose they do this. If you click on the name of a party, you will go to the relevant cookie statement. Because the statements can change regularly, we recommend that you consult them regularly. Google (statistics, analysis, advertising) Facebook (statistics, analysis, advertisements) Doubleclick (statistics, analysis, advertisements) Hotjar (statistics, analysis) Most browsers can be set so that cookies are not accepted or that you will be notified when you receive a cookie. Instructions on how to adjust browser settings can be found under “Help” in the toolbar of most browsers.

I do not want to receive cookies, what now?

You are free to disable cookies via your browser. In that case, know that you have to enter settings such as passwords and login names over and over again. If you do not use our cookies, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that our website will work properly. It may be that some functions of the website are lost or that you can no longer see certain pages at all. In addition, refusing cookies does not mean that you will no longer see advertisements. The advertisements are then no longer adapted to your interests and are repeated more often. If no website is allowed to store cookies on your computer, it is best to adjust your browser settings. You will then receive a warning before cookies are placed. You can also adjust your settings so that your browser refuses all cookies or only cookies from third parties. You can then delete cookies that have already been placed. Please note that you have to adjust the settings for each browser, device and computer you use. How you can adjust your settings differs per browser.

Google Tag Manager

We use Google Tag Manager to determine, among other things, whether a certain cookie may be placed after you have given permission to place cookies. Of course we take into account whether or not you have given permission. Google Tag Manager helps us to comply with our legal obligations.

Web it Up’s privacy policy

Personal data is also processed with the use of some cookies. In our privacy policy you will find more information about how we handle your data.

Closing remarks

We will adjust our statements when our website or the rules around cookies change. You can consult the current version of this cookie policy by clicking on the link to our cookie policy at the bottom of each page.