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In an implementation of Google Analytics without User ID function, unique users ate counted each time the content on finance.mr-eurodisco.com is used by another device and for each new visit. For example, a search on the mobile phone one day, a purchase on a laptop three days later and a customer service request on a tablet a month later are counted as three unique users in a standard implementation of the Google Analytics – although all these events occur with the same online account. Even if you can gather data about these events and entities, one can not determine whether there are any relationships between them. The only thing you see is the independent data points.
When implementing User ID it is possible to identify related events and entities and connect these seemingly unrelated data points. The same search on a phone, the purchase of a laptop and re-engagement on a tablet, that previously looked like three unrelated events unrelated entities, can now be understood as three related events on related entities. This provides a context for your analysis and a holistic overview of your users and their behaviors. This site enables Used ID in the reports.
Display Advertising, demographics, and interests
With advertising features Google Analytics can activate features in Analytics, which is not standard in the common implementation. Advertising features include the following:
- Remarketing with Google Analytics
- Display Reporting for the Google Display Network
- Integrations with DoubleClick platform
- Google Analytics demographic and interest reports
These are enabled on the finance blog making it possible for Google Analytics to collect data on traffic through Google’s advertising cookies and anonymous identifiers, in addition to the data collected through a standard Google Analytics application.
- Activated advertising functions: Display Advertising, demographics, and interests.
- Visitors may opt out of advertising from Google Analytics for example with NAI tool for inactivation of interest-based advertising, or this plugin.
GDPR = General Data Protection Regulation is the EU’s new data protection regulation from May 2018. It is intended to protect the individual’s right to privacy.
Accounting documents, invoices and financial statements must be saved for 5 years in the UK, 7 years in Sweden and 10 years in Finland. The right to be forgotten does not apply to the data or documents companies by law must archive. Therefore, we record these data as long as the law requires.
If you send a question to us, your email and your question will be archived in the mail program. Some questions that are considered to be of public interest will also be published publicly on the blog (anonymous) with answers. All data that can be linked to an individual or individual company will be edited/deleted as far as possible.
This financial site uses the TLS / SSL / HTTPS encryption for transmission and communication both on the site and by email as part of the adaptation to GDPR. Other documents are stored on encrypted hard disk or encrypted in cloud services such as Dropbox and iCloud.
Questions placed in the comment plugin under the articles are usually not answered by us but may be answered by fellow visitors and the questions/comments you write there are subject to compliance with GDPR and can be deleted by request. Comments which reveals too much personal info may be removed.
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Analysis of app usage
No analysis is made of the user’s behaviour or inputs. No information used in the application, or fed into the app is saved. No data is forwarded about how the app is used or what is written into the input boxes. This information is only used by the app while it is active and disappears after you close the app.
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