Cookie Policy

The Behavior Institute, LLC (henceforth "we","us", and so on) believes in being clear and open about how we gather and use data connected with you. This Cookie Policy applies to any product or service that links to this policy or incorporates it by reference. On the off chance that one of our website pages, products, or services does NOT link to a cookie policy, you may assume that this policy governs it. We use cookies and comparative technologies like pixels, local storage, and mobile ad IDs (collectively alluded to in this policy as "cookies") to gather and process data as a feature of our Services, as defined in our Privacy Policy and which includes our sites, communications, mobile applications, and off-site Services. This policy provides information about how and when we utilize these technologies.

By continuing to visit our website or utilize our Services, you are agreeing to the utilization of cookies and comparable technologies for the reasons portrayed in this policy.

What technologies are utilized?


A cookie is a little document set onto your device that empowers website features and functionality. Any browser visiting our sites might get cookies from us or cookies from third parties like our customers, partners or service suppliers. We or third parties may likewise put cookies in your browser when you visit different sites.

We utilize two kinds of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie endures past the present session and is utilized for some reasons, for example, recognizing you as an existing client, so it's simpler to get back to the site and interact with our Services without signing in again. Since a persistent cookie stays in your browser, it will be read by our website when you return to one of our sites or visit certain third party sites. Session cookies keep going just as long as the session (generally the current visit to a website or a browser session).


A pixel is a tiny picture that might be installed within pages and emails, requiring a call (which gives device and visit information) to our servers in request for the pixel to be delivered in those pages and emails. We use pixels to learn more about your interactions with email content or web content, for example, whether you interacted with ads or pages. Pixels can likewise empower us and third parties to put cookies on your browser or process limited information, like whether you are accessing on an iPhone or an Android or a tablet.

Local storage    

Local storage empowers a website or application to store information locally on your device(s). Local storage might be utilized to work on the experience, for instance, by enabling features, remembering your preferences and speeding up site functionality.

Other comparable technologies    

We additionally utilize other tracking technologies, like mobile advertising IDs and labels for comparative purposes as depicted in this Cookie Policy. References to related technologies in this policy includes pixels, local storage, and other tracking technologies.

Our policies record cookies and comparable technologies that are utilized as a component of our Services. Kindly note that the names of cookies and comparative technologies might change from time to time.

What are these technologies utilized for?

Below we outline the reasons for which we utilize these technologies.


We use cookies and comparable technologies to recognize you when you visit our Services.

Assuming you're logged into the site, these technologies assist us with showing you the right information and displaying content in line with your settings. For instance, cookies empower us to recognize you and verify your account, show you products which you or your employer have purchased, and track which products you have  the ability to access.


We use cookies and comparative technologies to make your interactions with our Services quicker and safer.

For instance, we use cookies to empower and uphold our security features, keep your account safe, and to assist us with detecting pernicious action and infringement of our terms of service, amongst other related purposes.

Functionality, features and services

We use cookies and comparative technologies to empower the functionality of our Services, for example, helping you to finish up structures on our Services all the more effectively and providing you with features, insights and altered content related to our plugins. We likewise utilize these technologies to remember information about your browser and your inclinations.

For instance, cookies can let us know which language you prefer and what your communications preferences are. We may likewise utilize local storage to accelerate site functionality.

Personalized content

We use cookies and comparative technologies to alter your experience on our Services.

For instance, we might utilize cookies to remember past inquiries so when you return to our services, we can offer additional information that connects with your past searches or otherwise make the experience better for you.

Analytics and research

Cookies and comparative technologies assist us with learning more about how well our Services and products perform in various areas.

We or our third party service suppliers utilize these technologies to comprehend, improve, and research products, features and services, including as you explore through our sites or when you access our services from different sites, applications or devices. We or our service suppliers, utilize these technologies to determine and quantify the performance of ads or content and to learn whether you have interacted with our websites, content, or emails and give analytics in light of those interactions. For example, if you have visited a page for a certain product or service but not bought it, we may show an ad on another website for that service, by leveraging these cookie technologies.  

We likewise utilize these technologies to give aggregated information to our customers and partners as a feature of our Services.

Assuming you are a member yet logged out of your account on a browser, we might in any case continue to log your interaction with our Services on that browser for as long as 30 days in request to create use analytics for our Services. The main cookies kept longer than this are normally to offer a more frictionless assistance (for example keeping you logged in), instead of tracking behavior.


Cookies and comparative technologies assist us with showing applicable advertising, both on and off our website, to gauge the performance of such ads. We utilize these technologies to learn whether content has been displayed to you or whether somebody who was given an ad later returned and made a behavior (e.g., downloaded a document or made a purchase).

We additionally gather (or depend on other people who gather) information about your device where you have not logged in with our Services (e.g., as ID, IP address, operating system and browser information) so we can furnish our Members with important ads and better get their viability.

Your Choices

You have options on how our site might utilize cookies and comparative technologies. Note that assuming you limit the capacity of the website to set cookies and comparable technologies, you might deteriorate your general client experience, since it might as of now not be personalized to you, and you might have to log in more often to access content. It might likewise prevent you from saving certain customized settings or using certain features, like referral incentive programs.

Opting out of tracking and advertising

Some device operating systems and device manufacturers give the capacity to control the utilization of mobile advertising IDs for ads personalization. You can learn how to utilize these controls by visiting the manufacturer's website.

Browser Controls

Most browsers permit you to control cookies through their settings, which might be adapted to mirror your consent to the utilization of cookies. Further, most browsers additionally empower you to survey and eradicate cookies, including our cookies. To learn more about browser controls, kindly counsel the documentation that your browser manufacturer gives.

What is Do Not Track (DNT)?

DNT is an idea that has been advanced by administrative organizations like the U.S. Government Trade Commission (FTC), for the Internet industry to create and carry out a system for allowing Internet clients to control the tracking of their online exercises across websites by using browser settings. A portion of our third party partners in providing the service do not by and large answer "do not track" signals, and the administrative necessities for them to process and adhere to these is fluid. DNT shouldn't for the most part interfere with your capacity to log in to access services, yet may cause certain technical issues from time to time.

Which third party services, cookies, pixels, and other related technologies are used?

At present, we partner with the following organizations to provide our Service, and link to each of them so you may research how they manage data that may be related to you.