A cookie is a file that the website builds and that the user’s browser stores. This file contains useful information for the website about the user’s activity for different purposes.
You can find more information at http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie_ and other sites.
Depending on the function of cookies, we divide them into three groups:
1. Monitoring cookies
2. Performance cookies
3. Advertising cookies
These cookies collect information about the user’s use of the site: the pages you visit within our site, the time you spend on each page, the links you follow, etc. This service is provided by Google Analytics, which creates its own cookies, external to this website.
Monitoring cookies allow the site manager to improve the user experience on our site. With this information we can learn which sections are more visited and which are less, thus being able to promote them in different ways.
Performance cookies enable the website to remember certain parameters that the user has previously selected. These make the website perform well and are essential for its correct use.
This type of cookies are used, for example, to log in to required areas, remember the products selected to be stored in the shopping cart, modify the appearance of the website, etc.
Advertising cookies are useful for remembering the products that arouse most interest among users. This allows different advertising agents to show the ads that are most attractive to the user, thus obtaining a greater impact.
These cookies are external to the website. They are provided by different reliable services, such as Google AdSense, Amazon, ExoClick, Facebook, etc.