Privacy Policy

I am Pippa Jackson, and this website is for my freelance business of the same name. I aim to provide digital content support for current and future clients.

I value client relationships and I take that seriously. If you give me your email address or other information, I would never rent, trade or sell that data with other businesses. That is not on, and I would not do that to you.

In this Privacy Policy, I’ve outlined the data of yours that I collect and why, so you can gain a better understanding of how I use it.

If you’d prefer to continue checking out my site without giving me access to your data, that’s absolutely fine too. Just scroll down to the button below to disable cookies for this site. I want you to enjoy my site in the way that works best for you.

What Data Do I Collect On This Site?

Website Cookies

This site uses cookies to collect information. Cookies are small data files which are placed on your computer, phones, tablets (or whatever internet-enabled device you’re checking the site out on) as you browse this website.  Cookies are used to ‘remember’ when your computer or device accesses websites.

The cookies across my site are used for:

Site ads – Cookies are used to manage any advertising on my website.

Ad retargeting – Cookies are used to serve ads to you about my latest content or services. For example, if I write a fascinating blog post about blogging, I might choose to run a Facebook ad and serve it to everyone who read my other posts about blogging because I think you might find it interesting. The data is anonymised so I do not target anyone uniquely.

I may also occasionally run ads to new audiences using emails addresses or my website visitors as a source to build a Lookalike Audience on Facebook, to find more people like you who would be interested in my site content or business.

When you agree to cookies tracking you on my site, this will be taken as consent for 90 days.

How do I disable cookies?

Opting out of tracking

It’s easy to opt-out of my site tracking you with cookies. At any time, you can change your preferences, by updating the settings on the consent bar at the bottom of the site.

Disabling cookies in my browser

If you want to disable cookies you need to change your website browser settings to reject cookies. The way you do this will depend on the browser you use. Further details on how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers are set out below: –

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Choose the menu “Tools” then “Internet Options”
2. Click on the “Privacy” tab
3. Select the appropriate setting.

For Google Chrome:
1. Choose Settings> Advanced
2. Under “Privacy and security,” click “Content settings”.
3. Click “Cookies”

For Safari:
1. Choose Preferences > Privacy
2. Click on “Remove all Website Data.”

For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Choose the menu “Tools” then “Options”
2. Click on the icon “Privacy”
3. Find the menu “cookie” and select the relevant options.

For Opera 6.0 and further:
1. Choose the menu “Files”> “Preferences”

What happens if I disable cookies?
This depends on which cookies you disable, but in general, the website may not operate fully if all cookies are switched off.

Google Analytics

When someone visits my site, I use a third-party service, Google Analytics, to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns.

I do this to find out things like the number of visitors to the various parts of the site. I use this data to see which blog posts people visit most (so I can create more content like that), which pages people spend most time on (so I can make more like that, too) and how people find my site, so I can attract more visitors or clients in the future. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone.

I do not make, and do not allow Google to make, any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website.

Access to your personal information

Of course, you are entitled to view, amend, or delete any of your personal information that I hold. Email your request to me, Pippa Jackson, at and I’ll respond to you as soon as I can with the information.

Changes to this Privacy Notice

This policy is reviewed annually and was last updated 21st May 2020.