Why a Cookie QuickScan?
A Cookie QuickScan will give you an idea of which cookies (and other trackers) are on your website(s) and where they are placed and which are therefore placed on visitors to your website(s).
With a Cookie QuickScan, your website is scanned for cookies and trackers and the results are sent to you by email.
You’ll know right away if there are cookies and trackers on your website for which you need to ask permission. The results include an explanation. We do this completely free of charge.
Click the orange button to request the Cookie QuickScan and fill in your details. You will then receive the Scan Report with resultsand an explenation by email. Based on the Scan Report, you can decide if you want to start a 14-day free trial.
When you perform a Cookie QuickScan on your website, you can expect the following outcomes
- User Awareness: Your users will be made aware of the cookies being set on their device, which can help to build trust and improve the user experience.
- Improved User Control: By performing a cookie check, you have identified which cookies and trackers need “prior consent”. Using a Consent Management Platform gives your users control over the cookies being set on their device, which can improve their overall experience on your website.
- Debugging: By performing a cookie check, you can identify any issues related to cookies on your website, such as errors or broken functionality, and take the necessary steps to resolve them.
- Better Performance: By only setting necessary cookies, you can reduce the amount of data being stored on a user’s device, which can improve the performance of your website.
When is my website GDPR compliant?
Cookies are covered by the General Data Processing Regulation. Everyone with a website and cookies must comply with GDPR and soon the ePrivacy Regulation. Consent must always be sought for the placement of privacy-invasive cookies. Consider analytical, marketing cookies and other trackers. These cookies create profiles to enable targeted advertisements and track visitors’ browsing behavior.