Cookies and Privacy

Our use of cookies:

What are cookies?  Well they are either delicious crumbly biscuits that are very hard to resist, or they are handy bits of technological wizardry that most websites use to make your experience of visiting them better.  They sit quietly on your machine and don’t cause any trouble; they also don’t make you fat.

Like most websites we use cookies. If you continue we will assume you are happy to receive all the cookies from our website, but if you don’t like the idea of our cookies you can change your settings so that your machine doesn’t accept them. If you come and visit us we will provide cookies of the other sort – we assume you will be happy to receive those…

Privacy Policy:

We will not sell your personal information to third parties, and we do not allow advertisers on our websites.

The kind of information we collect may include any or all of the following:

  • Your computer’s IP address
  • Your worldwide geographical location
  • Your internet browser details
  • The site which referred you to us
  • How long you stayed on our site
  • Which pages you viewed
  • Any other personal information that you choose to send to us via web forms

We may use your personal information for several reasons including the following:

  • For website administration purposes, which means that Smith Goodfellow PR may contact you in relation to any service you have signed up for.
  • To personalise the way that content on our websites is presented to you
  • To allow Smith Goodfellow PR to send you any paperwork related to any service you have signed up for (e.g. white papers, statements & invoices)
  • To communicate with you about the website and to send you general notifications
  • To communicate with you for the purposes of marketing our business
  • To allow us to deal with any enquiries and complaints made by or about you relating to the Smith Goodfellow PR website

The important thing for you to know is that we will not pass your personal information on to anybody else without checking with you first that it is ok to do so.