Cookie Policy

On the website, we use cookies to facilitate visitors’ relations with our contents and to keep statistics about our visitors. In compliance with Directive 2009/136/EC, which is implemented in Spanish law in the Information Society Services and E-commerce Act, section 22, indent two, in accordance with Spanish Data Protection Agency guidelines, this is to inform you in detail how cookies are used on our website.

Cookies” is the term used for small files saved on the browsers used by each of our website’s visitors, so the server can remember each user who comes back to the website later. This information does not reveal the user’s identity or any personal information, and it does not access the data stored on the user’s PC, but it does allow our system to identify you as a certain user who has visited the website before, displayed certain pages, etc., and it also enables us to save your personal preferences and technical information, like how many hits we have had or what particular pages you visited.

If you don’t want cookies stored on your browser, or if you want to be notified each time a cookie asks to be installed, you can set up your browser to do this. Most browsers let you choose among three ways to manage cookies:

Always reject cookies

Ask the user for permission before installing each cookie

Always accept cookies

The browser may also include the possibility of specifying exactly which cookies should be accepted and which should not. Users can normally choose one of the following options:

Reject cookies from certain domains.

Reject third-party cookies.

Accept cookies as non-persistent cookies (these are deleted when the browser closes).

Allow the server to create cookies for a different domain.

If you find any cookies on this website that are not on the list below, please let me know. You can also contact the third party directly to ask for information about their cookies, their cookies’ purpose and duration and how they guarantee your privacy.

The cookies this website uses

This website uses its own cookies and third-party cookies to give you a better browsing experience, enable you to share content on social networks and produce user statistics.

As a user, you can set up your browser to reject information or data processing by blocking these cookies. However, you should be aware that the site will not work properly if you do.

According to the terms included in section 22.2 of Act 34/2002 on information society services and e-commerce, if you continue browsing, that means you consent to the use of the cookies listed below.

This website’s cookies help:

Make the website work smoothly.

Prevent your having to sign in every time you visit the site.

Remind you of your settings during and between visits.

Enable you to display videos.

Earn income thanks to cookies from affiliates, Facebook Ads and AdSense.

Improve the site’s speed/security.

Make it easier for you to share pages on social networks.

Improve the website constantly thanks to analytics.

Enable you to buy and pay for the products I offer (cookies from PayPal and Stripe).

I never use cookies to:

Collect personal identification information (without your express permission)

Collect sensitive information (without your express permission)

Share personal identification data with third parties

Third-parties’ cookies that I use and you should be aware of

This website, like most websites and blogs, includes functionalities provided by third parties. may use the services of third parties that gather information for statistical purposes, information on how users use this website and information for providing other services related with this website’s activity and other Internet services.

In particular, this website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., a US company whose headquarters are at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043. These services use cookies that gather information, including the user’s IP address, which is transmitted, processed and stored by Google under the terms set at

This may include transmitting information to third parties where required by law or where the third parties in question process the information for Google.

The most-stable third-party cookies include:

Technical cookies: These cookies enable the user to browse a web page, platform or application and use the various options or services there. For example, they control data traffic and communication, identify the session, gain access to restricted-access sections, remember the items in an order, perform the order-purchasing process, request registration or participation in an event, use security elements while browsing, store video or sound content and share content over social networks.

Customization cookies: These cookies enable the user to access the service with a number of general characteristics predefined according to a series of criteria in the user’s terminal, such as preferred language, the type of browser the user is using and the user’s regional setup.

Analytics cookies: These are cookies processed by either or third parties that enable me to see how many users I have and so measure and conduct statistical analyses of how users use my service. For this purpose, how you browse my web page is analysed, so I can provide you with a better offer of products and services.

Advertising cookies: These are cookies processed by either or third parties that enable me to manage the offer of advertising space on this web page as effectively as possible, by adjusting ad contents to the contents of the service you request or your use of my web page. To do this, I may analyse your Internet browsing habits, and I may show you advertising related with your browsing profile.

Remarketing cookies: These cookies also track your browsing habits, to adjust advertising to match your interests and offer you targeted advertising. These cookies are associated with users and their computers anonymously, and they do not provide the user’s name by themselves.

Affiliate cookies: From time to time this website has partners who promote the site and certain specific launches, like webinars. These cookies are necessary to enable us to reward our partners, and they are generally created by specialized firms (known as affiliate networks). Neither this website’s owner nor partners can identify you personally.

Social network cookies: Social network cookies may be stored in your browser while you browse, for instance, when you use the button to share contents on a social network.

We also have six types of third-party cookies, from: Google Plus, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and LinkedIn, They are all used to report statistics to these third parties.

The companies that create the social network cookies this website uses have their own cookie policies:

Twitter cookies, as stated in Twitter’s cookie use and privacy policy.

Pinterest cookies, as stated in Pinterest’s cookie use and privacy policy.

LinkedIn cookies, as stated in LinkedIn’s cookie policy.

Facebook cookies, as stated in Facebook’s cookie policy.

YouTube cookies, as stated in YouTube’s cookie policy.

Privacy implications vary according to each social network and depend on the privacy setup you have chosen on each social network. In no case can the person responsible for this website or advertisers obtain identifiable personal information from these cookies.

How to manage and deactivate these cookies

If you don’t want websites to store any cookies on your device, you can set up your navigator to notify you before it downloads any cookies.

You can also adapt your setup so your browser rejects all cookies or just third-party cookies. Furthermore, you can eliminate any cookies already on your device. Bear in mind that you have to change the setup of each browser and device you use separately. provides links for users who want to keep the cookies mentioned above from being installed. These links are facilitated for this purpose by the most widely used browsers:

Google Chrome – Internet Explorer – Mozilla Firefox – Apple Safari