Privacy, Website Terms and Cookie Policy

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This policy outlines Connect With Your Crowd’s policies about the website including privacy, cookie use and website terms. Accessibility information can be found on the accessibility page.

The language in this policy is as simple and clear as possible, in order to make it easy to read. If you have any questions, get in touch using the contact details at the bottom of this policy.

By browsing this website, you agree to this policy. If you disagree with any aspect of the policy, don’t use this website.


Connect With Your Crowd is run by Rebecca Thorne who will be referred to as ‘me’ or ‘I’ in this policy. Other freelancers work for Connect With Your Crowd on aspects of projects.

Connect With Your Crowd will be referred to as ‘my business’ or ‘it’ (where contextually appropriate.)

People who view this website shall be referred to as ‘website visitors’ or ‘you’. shall be referred to as ‘the website’, ‘this website’ or ‘it’ (where contextually appropriate).

Personal data and GDPR

My business uses personal data to enable you to comment on blog posts, promote its interests, maintain records, process enquiries and to deliver services.

When you contact my business, your data will be stored indefinitely to respond to your enquiry and so you don’t have to re-submit data for any future enquiries.

If you would like your data to be updated, deleted or you would like a copy of it, get in touch using the contact details at the bottom of this policy.

My business keeps all your personal data confidential. I primarily run and oversee the website and manage all contact. Where other people are involved, they are trusted individuals who are only given access to the information needed to do their work and agree to keep that information confidential.

The website uses Google Analytics. However, this only collects anonymous data that doesn’t personally identify any website visitors.

Connect With Your Crowd is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Blog comments

The form for blog comments collects your name and email address in order to identify you and reduce spam.

Your name, optionally your website address and the content of your comment are published, so don’t disclose any information within comments that you don’t consent to be publicly available. Your email address isn’t published.

By commenting on a blog post, you consent to the processing of your data in this way.

All blog comments are subject to moderation. They should be respectful, polite and not discriminatory in any way. My business reserves the right not to publish any blog comment it deems inappropriate for any reason. You may include links in comments, but you must also be making a valuable contribution to the discussion.

Contacting Connect With Your Crowd

If you contact my business, I collect your name, phone number and/or email address, depending on how you contact me. Additionally, I collect any personal data expressed in our conversations.

I record phone calls for quality and monitoring purposes. For example, so I can refer to information after calls to write up notes or if you call at a time where I can’t write down your details straight away.

My business keeps a record of our correspondence indefinitely, in order to process your enquiry and process any future enquiries you may make.

By contacting my business, you consent to the processing of your data in this way. If you don’t consent to this, don’t contact my business.


Cookies are small text files that are put on your computer when you visit websites, including this website.

They help to make aspects of the website work effectively and track how the website is used.

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If you do not consent to the use of cookies, you can learn how to turn them off in your web browser by referring to user documentation for the browser or the device.


My business isn’t responsible for the availability or quality of content provided through external links, including links in blog comments. My business reviews all links before using them, but external sites may change their content at any time. If you visit an external site, you are subject to their terms, privacy policy, cookies policy and any other policies.

You may link to this website on your website, social media or in any other content. However, my business reserves the right to ask you to remove the link if it considers it to be used inappropriately for any reason.

Website Content

All content on this website is copyright Connect With Your Crowd, unless otherwise stated.

All content on this website is provided in good faith. However, the website may contain inaccuracies. My business expressly excludes liability for any such inaccuracies or errors to the fullest extent permitted by law.

My business does not make any guarantees about the availability of the website. All website content is subject to change at all times without notice.

Your use of this website and any dispute arising out of such use of the website is subject to the laws of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Updates to these policies

This policy may be updated at any time without notice. An updated copy will be published on the website. Your continued use of the website will be taken as consent to the new policy. If you disagree with a change, stop using this website.

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Contact me

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss anything with me, get in touch using the details below.



0121 822 8183

Contact me using my contact form.