This website has a policy of not subjecting you to any advertising or profiting from information about your visit.
Google Analytics is used to record visitor information
In common with many other websites [see note below], this website uses Google Analytics to record information about its visitors. This information is stored by Google on its servers in the United States.
The following information about you is collected:
- your location down to city level (e.g. Southampton, UK)
- the language used by your computer (e.g. en-us, es, en-gb)
- your operating system and browser (e.g. Windows, Internet Explorer 9.0)
- whether you used Flash or Java (browsers use these features)
- the colour depth and screen resolution of your computer (e.g. 32 bit, 1280 x 800)
- the name of your internet service provider (e.g. sky broadband)
- the make of your mobile phone, if used (e.g. Apple iPhone)
- the search engine you used to arrive here (Google, Bing, Yahoo etc)
- the search text you used (e.g. 'christian leaflets')
- the first and last pages you visited on this website
- the pages you visited, including the time you spent on each one (except the last one)
- the links you clicked on (if you downloaded an article, tract or label, or went to Amazon)
This information is used by me (David Robson) to see whether anyone is actually looking at this website and what interests them when they get here. I do not use this information for marketing purposes. It is possible Google is recording further information about you which I cannot see - such as your IP address.
[Note: Wikipedia estimates that Google Analytics is used by approximately 50% of the top 1,000,000 websites]