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If you choose to use the this site without blocking or disabling cookies or opting out of other technologies, you will indicate your consent to our use of these cookies and other technologies and to our use (in accordance with this policy) of any personal information that we collect using these technologies. If you do not consent to the use of these technologies, please be sure to block or disable them using your browser settings, the opt-out links identified in this policy, or the settings within our mobile apps. If you do end up blocking cookies, your experience on our website might not be as amazing.

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Displaying Content From External Platforms

This type of service allows you to view content hosted on external platforms directly from the pages of this website and interact with them. This type of service might still collect web traffic data for the pages where the service is installed, even when Users do not use it. Widgets Using Cookies uses external services which embed their own cookies in your browser, such as displaying photos from an Instagram account, or YouTube videos. The information stored inside cookies it used to improve their own services to you and other people. Each service has their own privacy policy, which you can access by clicking:

Affiliate Marketing is a member of several affiliate marketing programs which use cookies to track purchases. This means that when you click on a link on to buy something from an external website, a portion of the money may go to us as a commission, without increasing the cost of the item. A good example if this is Amazon (here is an example affiliate link: If you see an or link on, either displayed as a text link or using banner graphics, we get a commission of anything you buy from Amazon as long as the cookie remains in your browser.

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TLDR; We use cookies to track how visitors use the site, make commission through affiliate marketing, and overall just provide a better experience to users through things like widgets. Make sure to read over our privacy policy, too.