Cookie Policy

Last updated: 27 March 2018

What is a cookie?

This site uses cookies, which sadly are not the delightful chocolate chip biscuits we all know and love. Cookies are small text files that a website saves on to your device, enabling the site to remember your actions and preferences over a period of time. Typically cookies are used to either store user preferences, or to provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications such as Google Analytics.

How does Kabo Creative use cookies?

Improving our website

We use cookies to track and measure how many users visit our website, and how often they return. This anonymous data helps us to determine how to improve our website and is collected using a web analytics tool called Google Analytics.

We also enable functionality using cookies. This includes:

  • The consent pop for new website visitors by Cookie Consent
  • Live chat provided by Drift,
  • Website security by Wordfence
  • Website speed improvement and protection from Cloudflare
  • Embedding videos from Youtube
  • Enabling social sharing of blog posts to social media websites

Improving our online advertising

Currently we use Facebook advertising. In order to use the advertising service we have placed the Facebook Pixel within this website. We may also, on occasion, use Facebook marketing to re-target some of our website visitors based on their browsing behaviour.

To make this possible, Facebook will place third party cookies on your device.

You can find more information here:

Or you can opt-out here:

As a digital marketing and website design agency we are proud to test the possibilities in online remarketing hence our use of this technology.

For more information about online behavioural advertising, about cookies, and about how to turn this feature off, please visit

What cookies do we use?

This website uses the following cookies:

How can you manage cookies?

Most internet browsers provide settings to allow you to prevent your computer from accepting cookies from websites. Be aware that doing so may prevent the features of this website, and other websites, from working properly.

Typically, these settings are located in the options or preferences menu in your chosen browser. The following links may be useful in locating and using these settings:

Turn off anonymous Google Analytics cookies

You can install a Google Analytics browser plug in to prevent websites from sending information about your visit to Google Analytics. More information about this can be found here.

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