Privacy & Cookies

Last updated: 03rd June 2021

Ultimately Better Ltd has a very simple policy on privacy: you have a right to privacy and we promise to uphold that.

The UltimatelyBetter.com site collects information from its visitors via the comment form on individual blog post (news) entries and through the contact form. This information includes, but is not limited to: name, e-mail address and telephone number. This information is collected to provide you with a service, e.g. so that I can respond to your query, and is entirely voluntary.

I will not sell or trade your details for marketing or any other purposes. I will not give away your details without your consent except where required or authorised by law.

Cookies

A cookie is a small alphanumeric text file sent from a website that is stored on your computer. Cookies allow information to be saved between visits, e.g. to keep you logged in to a website or remember your order details in a shopping cart.

UltimatelyBetter.com uses a small cookie to detect whether you are a new or returning visitor, so that we can monitor the effectiveness of our pages. This cookie is ‘GDPR friendly’ – it does not contain any identifiable information, it is not used or passed to any third party services, and isn’t used for remarketing or ad targeting. You can turn off this cookie by enabling “Do Not Track” in your browser settings.

External Links

The website contains links to other sites. I am not responsible for the content or policies of third party websites.

If you have any questions about my privacy policy, wish to know more about the information I have collected from you, or the practices of this website, please contact Jem Turner: jem@ultimatelybetter.com

Why WordPress?

The Ultimately Better team have a combined experience of over 25 years experience designing and building for WordPress; using the content management system since version 1.0 and developing WordPress websites commercially since version 1.5. We love working with it because:

It’s Open Source

It’s free! No expensive license fees or contract tie-ins out of the box. You pay only for your site development and hosting.

Has a massive user base

Over 64 million sites are powered by WordPress, with thousands of developers worldwide contributing to core development & plugins.

It’s infinitely flexible

WordPress can be anything you want it to be: from a simple blog to a full e-Commerce platform (utilising WooCommerce) and more.