Cookie Policy

We want you to be informed about how cookies are used when using so here’s how we use cookies. If you’re unsure about what a cookie is and how it works, Google have a nice video that explains this in plain English:

Our Cookies

We use cookies on to allow us to provide a persistent state as you move from page to another page. It is our commitment to you that no cookies that we set will ever contain any personally identifiable information. Cookies aid us in providing you a secure and safe experience.

We only allow cookies over https and all information inside our cookies is encrypted.

What Information Do You Store in Cookies?

We never store any personally identifiable information in our cookies, instead we store randomly generated strings (we call them "IDs"). We use these IDs to lookup in our secure databases so that we can personalise and tailor the pages that we serve to you.

Refusing and Disabling Cookies

You can choose to refuse or disable cookies that we send to you by configuring your browser to do so. Please consult the documentation for your browser for information on how to do this.

If you’re using and disable some (or maybe all) of the cookies that we require, you may have difficulty using parts of We may rely on certain cookies to provide a complete user experience.

Third Party Cookies

Google Analytics

SoPost and POPSUGAR use Google Analytics on to assess the performance and analytics of our content and traffic sources. For instance, where users come from, which pages are most popular, which sites provide most traffic, or how our marketing efforts impact the number of visits we receive.

No personally identifiable information is passed to Google Analytics. Instead, meta information (such as the pages you visited, type of device you’re using or which browser you’re using) is used to understand how people are using

To disable Google Analytics, you can decline the third party cookie notice on

We respect "Do Not Track" and we will never use the Facebook Pixel if you have this setting enabled. Learn how to enable "Do Not Track".

Facebook Pixel

We allow POPSUGAR to use their Facebook Pixel on to measure the effectiveness of their advertising and to allow them to build audiences based on the actions people take on For instance, POPSUGAR can stop showing you Facebook adverts to signup to POPSUGAR Dabble if you've already completed the signup process. Or, POPSUGAR could show you ads on Facebook that they think will be relevant to you because you've got a POPSUGAR Dabble account.

The Facebook Pixel also allows Facebook's ad system to better understand your interests so it can show you ads from advertisers that are relevant and useful. For instance, you may see more ads for beauty products if you have a POPSUGAR Dabble account.

Facebook's ad system prioritises what ad to show you without POPSUGAR or any other advertisers knowing who you are. Facebook doesn't sell any individual data that could identify you, such as your name. Learn more about Facebook ads.

How do I disable the Facebook Pixel?

To disable the Facebook Pixel, you can decline the third party cookie notice on

We respect "Do Not Track" and we will never use the Facebook Pixel if you have this setting enabled. Learn how to enable "Do Not Track".

You can control how Facebook uses data from partners in your ad preferences.

Do Not Track

If you set your browser to enable it’s "Do Not Track" feature then we will respect your choice and will not include any third party cookies.


If you have a question relating to cookies and how we use them that isn’t answered on this page, contact us.