Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”)
Depending on how you interact with our website, we may collect “personally identifiable information” (“PII”). This PII can include information such as your name, your contact information, your email address, and your location (based on IP).
We collect PII when you provide it to us through your use of Communityboost.org (e.g. when you create an account, purchase a product, sign up for our email newsletter, sign up for a webinar, sign up to participate in a conference call or attend an event, etc.) or when you call our team and give any personally identifiable information over the phone to an employee of Community Boost Consulting.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information (“Non-PII”)
Why Do We Collect Your PII and Non-PII?
The PII we collect is used to provide, analyze, and improve our services (e.g. process, offerings, respond to customer requests, make changes to current engagements, etc.) and to conduct marketing across digital mediums. If you willingly subscribe (“opt in”) to our email list, we will send you periodic emails about a variety of topics including, but not limited to: events, new content, service updates, blog content, company updates, employment opportunities, etc.
Analytics, Advertising, and Digital Tools
Our website also uses third-party analytics tools such as Google Analytics. Please click here for more information about how data is collected and processed in connection with our Google Analytics Service.
Community Boost Consulting and our third-party vendors or partners use analytics data for a variety of purposes such as to improve the design and content of our websites, to help us learn things like what pages are most attractive to all of our visitors and what promotions visitors like to see, and to gauge the success of our advertising campaigns.
In addition to Google Analytics, we use multiple other advertising platforms and services that help us make informed decisions about our website’s layouts, content, offerings, and advertising. These include, but are not limited to:
All Google advertising and analytics platforms (e.g. Google Analytics, Google AdWords, DoubleClick, Google Tag Manager, etc.). These are used to collect data about user behavior on the site and to market to users through paid search and display campaigns. You can explore your options to opt out of Google advertising by clicking on this link.
Meta and its advertising and social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram). You can learn more about Meta’s privacy policies and remarketing by clicking here.
With your PII and Non-PII, you have the option to change, correct, or delete your information as well as the choice of not hearing from us again. There are several ways you can control our use of your PII and Non-PII in connection with marketing and promotions.
To remove your name from our customer lists.
You can choose to decline communications from us at the point we request your PII. Or, after we have collected your PII, you can choose to stop our communications, or stop us from sharing your information with other companies for their marketing purposes. To exercise any of these options, please either refer to the “opt out” information provided above or contact us to stop email communications.
If you receive email communications from us and want to opt out of receiving such communications in the future, you can click the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the promotional email.
Links to Third Parties and Social Media
Our website may contain links to third parties online. Such third parties have their own policies that govern their collection, use, and disclosure of information. We suggest that you read their privacy policies to learn about their practices.
Social media provides tools that many of our customers use and enjoy, and we include links to various social media platforms on our websites. If you interact with these social media tools through our websites, your experience on those social media sites will be governed by the privacy and other policies of those sites. So, the privacy settings you have chosen on those sites will determine the degree to which your information is made public. We encourage you to review each social media site’s privacy policies prior to using their services and to adjust your privacy settings on each site according to your individual wishes.
For example, here are links to LinkedIn, Twitter, Google, Meta, and Instagram’s privacy policies – all companies that Community Boost Consulting works with frequently (and provides links to on our website).
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