Cookie Policy



Effective from Dec 7, 2021 

TDA’s mission is to provide a transparent and open way for organizations and digital agencies to connect. In the spirit of this mission, TDA believes in being open and clear about how we collect and use data related to you. This policy provides detailed information about how TDA uses cookies on (the “Site”). We advise you to also consult our Privacy Policy for additional information on how we collect and use information collected from visitors to the Site. This Cookie Policy applies to any TDA product or service that links to this policy or incorporates it by reference.

By using the Site, you agree that we can use the cookies described in this Cookie Policy. Although most browsers and devices accept cookies by default, their settings usually allow you to clear and to decline cookies. You may change your cookie consent choices by clicking on the button “manage cookies”. If you disable cookies, however, some of the features of our Site may not function properly.

Does TDA Use Cookies?

Yes. As described in Section 1.4 of our Privacy Policy we use cookies and other technologies to ensure everyone who uses TDA has the best possible experience. Cookies also help us keep your account safe. By continuing to visit or use our services, you are agreeing to the use of cookies and similar technologies for the purposes we describe in this policy.

When Does TDA Place Cookies?

We use cookies on and other TDA related sites. Any browser visiting these sites will receive cookies from us. We also place cookies in your browser when you visit non-TDA sites that host our plugins or tags.

Which Types of Cookies Does TDA Use?

We use two types: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie helps us recognize you as an existing user, so it’s easier to return to TDA or interact with our services without signing in again. After you sign in, a persistent cookie stays in your browser and will be read by TDA when you return to one of our sites or a partner site that uses our services (for example, our sharing or job application buttons). Session cookies only last for as long as the session (usually the current visit to a website or a browser session).

What Are Cookies Used For?

Cookies can be used to recognize you when you visit TDA, remember your preferences, and give you a personalized experience that’s in line with your settings. Cookies also make your interactions with TDA faster and more secure. Additionally, cookies allow us to bring you advertising both on and off the TDA sites, and bring customized features to you through TDA plugins.

Categories of Use Description
Authentication If you’re signed in to TDA, cookies help us show you the right information and personalize your experience.
Security We use cookies to enable and support our security features, and to help us detect malicious activity and violations of our User Agreement.
Preferences, Features and Services Cookies can tell us which language you prefer and what your communications preferences are. They can help you fill out forms on TDA more easily. They also provide you with features, insights, and customized content in conjunction with our plugins. You can learn more about plugins in our Privacy Policy.
Advertising We may use cookies to show you relevant advertising both on and off the TDA site. We may also use a cookie to learn whether someone who saw an ad later visited and took an action (e.g. downloaded a white paper or made a purchase) on the advertiser’s site. Similarly, our partners may use a cookie to determine whether we’ve shown an ad and how it performed, or provide us with information about how you interact with ads. We may also work with a partner to show you an ad on or off TDA, such as after you’ve visited a partner’s site or application.
Performance, Analytics and Research Cookies help us learn how well our site and plugins perform in different locations. We also use cookies to understand, improve, and research products, features, and services, including when you access TDA from other websites, applications, or devices such as your work computer or your mobile device.


Who’s Cookie Is It? Why We Are Using It
CloudFlare To identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis.
Freshsales For creating leads on Freshsales when someone joins our platform.
WooCommerce Contains information about the cart as a whole and helps WooCommerce know when the cart data changes.
Contains information about the cart as a whole and helps WooCommerce know when the cart data changes.
Contains a unique code for each customer so that it knows where to find the cart data in the database for each customer.
WordPress Indicates when you’re logged in, and who you are.
These cookies help us keep you logged in to our site.
Allows PHP to link future requests by the same visitor to an existing session like contact forms, if the user is logged in, what the user has in their cart.
Freshworks Website analytics cookie for visitor information and source.
User Switching User Switching makes use of browser cookies in order to allow users to switch to another account. Its cookies operate using the same mechanism as the authentication cookies in WordPress’ core, therefore their values contain the user’s user_login field in plain text which should be treated as potentially personally identifiable information. These functionalities are only used by TDA developers for testing purposes of new TDA functionalities and used by WordPress to log you in once you register or log in
YouTube Registers a unique ID on mobile devices to enable tracking based on geographical GPS location.
For embedding YouTube video on the website.
Google Analytics Used to identify unique users.
Used to distinguish users.
Google Tag Manager This cookie is associated with using Google Tag Manager to load other scripts and code into a page. Where it is used it may be regarded as Strictly Necessary as without it, other scripts may not function correctly.


Who’s Cookie Is It? Why We Are Using It
Moove GDPR cookie policy Used to save your cookie settings.


Who’s Cookie Is It? Why We Are Using It
Facebook Pixel This Cookie is placed by Facebook. It enables Metia to measure, optimize and build audiences for advertising campaigns served on Facebook. In particular, it enables Metia to see how our users move between devices when accessing the Metia web site and Facebook, to ensure that Metia’s Facebook advertising is seen by our users who are the most likely to be interested in such advertising by analyzing which content a user has viewed and interacted with on the Metia web site. For further information about the Facebook Pixel please see:
Freshchat Necessary cookies for chat functionality of the platform.

What Is Do Not Track (DNT)?

DNT is a concept that has been promoted by regulatory agencies such, as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), for the Internet industry to develop and implement a mechanism for allowing Internet users to control the tracking of their online activities across websites by using browser settings. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has been working with industry groups, Internet browsers, technology companies, and regulators to develop a DNT technology standard. While some progress has been made, it has been slow. No standard has been adopted to this date. As such, TDA does not generally respond to “do not track” signals.

How Are Cookies Used for Advertising Purposes?

Cookies and other ad technology such as pixels, and tags help us serve relevant ads to you more effectively. They also help us provide aggregated auditing, research, and reporting for advertisers, understand and improve our service, and know when content has been shown to you. Note: Because your web browser may request advertisements and beacons directly from third party ad network servers, these networks can view, edit, or set third-party cookies, just as if you had requested a web page from their site. Ads served by TDA may also set third-party cookies.

If you are logged in on any of our sites or another service that references this Cookie Policy or browsing a third party partner site of TDA and one of our cookies on your device identifies you, your usage (such as your browsing behavior) and log data (such as your IP address), will be associated by us with your account as noted in Sections 1.3 and 1.4 of our Privacy Policy. We also use aggregate data from third parties and data from your profile and TDA activity.

If you are a TDA member but logged out of your account on a browser, TDA may still continue to log your interaction with our services on that browser for up to 30 days in order to generate usage analytics for our services, which analytics we may share in aggregate form with our advertising customers.

Unless you clear these cookies from your browser, we may use this information to:

  • Provide more relevant, interest-based advertising.
  • Provide aggregate reports of ads activity to advertisers and websites hosting the ads.
  • Help website and app owners understand how visitors engage with their sites or apps.
  • Detect and defend against fraud and other risks to protect users and partners.
  • Improve our products.

For further information regarding our use of cookies and similar technologies for advertising purposes, and the controls available to Members and Visitors, please see Section 2.4 of our Privacy Policy.

Which Third-Party Cookies Does TDA Use?

TDA uses some the third-party cookies on our sites. Please note that the names of cookies, pixels and other technologies may change over time. Please also note that companies and other organizations that sponsor pages on TDA may use cookies, pixels or other technologies on their TDA pages to learn about your interest in them.

Controlling Cookies

Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their settings preferences. However, if you limit the ability of websites to set cookies, you may worsen your overall user experience, since it will no longer be personalized to you. It may also stop you from saving customized settings like login information.

What to Do If You Don’t Want Cookies to Be Set or Want Them to Be Removed?

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can also change your browser settings on your computer or another device you’re using to access our services. If you use TDA without changing your browser settings, we’ll assume that you’re happy to receive all cookies on the TDA website. Most browsers also provide functionality that lets you review and erase cookies, including TDA cookies. Please note that the TDA site will not work properly without cookies.

To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit:

Other Helpful Resources

To learn more about advertisers’ use of cookies the following links may be helpful:

Browser manufacturers provide help pages relating to cookie management in their products. Please see below for more information.

For other browsers, please consult the documentation that your browser manufacturer provides.