Arkive uses different types of cookies. Some are essential for the use of Arkive and others are used to improve your experience on our website.
These cookies that are necessary to provide the services you have requested, for example to remember what you have placed in your shopping cart, to remember your login and to load the website.
Analytical Cookies (first and third-party)
Cookies that analyze and map the use of the Website, such as the number of visitors and the pages viewed, so that we can improve the quality and / or effectiveness of the Website. These Cookies have only a minor impact on your privacy. This category also includes affiliate Cookies that keep track of which advertisement leads to the purchase of a particular product, so that the person who displayed this advertisement (the affiliate) can receive a reward from the advertiser. The statistics and other reports cannot be traced back to individual persons.
Tracking Cookies (first and third-party).
These are Cookies that are used to record your surfing behavior, so that we (or third parties) can make targeted offers and show you content that is relevant to you. We do this not only through the Website, but also through advertisements that are displayed. If tracking Cookies are not used, this does not mean that you will no longer see advertisements. In that case, the advertisements are no longer tailored to your personal preferences and interests.
- WordPress_logged_in, wp-settings, wp-settings-time: cookie is used by WordPress to temporarily monitor the visitor. domain: arkive.nl. period: one year
- Woocommerce_cart_hash, Woocommerce_items_in_cart: these cookies are used to monitor and store data about the adjustments of the shopping cart of the visitor. domain: arkive.nl – period: session
- _ga: these cookies temporarily store anonymous information about our website visitors. domain: Google Analytics – Period: 2 years
- _gac, _UA, gaexp, _gid, _gat: these cookies temporarily store anonymous information about our website visitors. domain: Google Analytics – Period: session
Facebook Pixel: This pixel and Facebook Cookies collect information about how a user uses the website. This information is used to display the most relevant ad on Facebook for a specific user. Facebook uses this information for its own advertising purposes. domain: facebook.com.