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Karen Kline
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3/31/2013 - When you visit my site which I made using
SiteBuilder provided by Yahoo -- as long as I do my
web hosting with Yahoo -- your visit is tracked by
Yahoo webhosting so that I can see what pages are
visited most, what type of computer screen my visitors
have, which helps me decide how wide my pages
should be so that the most people have the least
trouble viewing them, what browser is being used, so
that I can test my pages on the different browsers, and
other things like that.

If I go to the specific WebLog data I can see the IP
addresses, but I hardly ever do that because I have a
bit of brain injury and it's just too much information for
me to try to sort out.

Some of my pages have code on them so that Google
Analytics can track visitors. Their tracking program is
much better than Yahoo's and will tell me how long
people stayed on different pages, which helps me
understand what information is attracting the most
intense reading. I can then add to those pages, or I can
improve other pages to make them more attractive and
get different information to people on different aspects
of the health subjects on my site.

The Google ads I have on my site have a privacy policy
concerning their cookies: Google Advertising Cookie
and Privacy Policies

The DoubleClick DART cookie is used by Google in the
ads served on publisher websites displaying AdSense
for content ads. When users visit an AdSense
publisher's website and either view or click on an ad, a
cookie may be dropped on that end user's browser. The
data gathered from these cookies will be used to help
AdSense publishers better serve and manage the ads
on their site(s) and across the web.

    * Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to
    serve ads on my site.

    * Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to
    serve ads to my site users based on their visit to
    my site and other sites on the Internet.

    * Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie
    by visiting:

Google ad and content network privacy policy.

As far as I know, and judging from my experience, none
of these cookies slows down a computer.

When you buy something via a Google ad on my site, I
get a commission. I totally love that. I can buy healthy
food and it makes me feel wonderful and not
impoverished, though my overall income (primarily
social security) is poverty level.

I also have Linkshare ads on my site, and to my
knowledge and from my experience, they don't slow
down computers, either.

My Linkshare ads allow me to receive a commission on
products and services purchased after clicking on the
ads. For instance, when people visit my
Methylcobalamin page and order vitamins I get a
commission, and it makes me very happy because then
I know my site has helped someone understand the vital
role of vitamins in our lives.

On some of my pages I have a little box where people
can leave comments. It asks for an email address. My
original plan was to have a newsletter and write to
people when I found new information that would be
helpful to people. But there has been so much stress in
my life due to the outdoor toilet pit that was under my
condo and that caused hydrogen sulfide inside my
condo, which led to me falling and hitting my head on
the brick floor and injuring my brain... so that now my
home is in foreclosure... basically I've just been too
overwhelmed to follow through.

I do not sell email addresses.

If you leave me your email address you will not start
getting spam emails from people selling all sorts of
things you don't want (or want) for that matter.

I hope this is helpful.

If you have any questions you can leave me a comment
in the box provided.

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