Are you using a cookie banner on your website?
Shreya R Nambiar
You have to use it in the EU.
@maciej_cupial Right! Do you have a custom-coded one or using any automated solution that takes care of cookie compliance?
@qudsia_ali Yes. However, merely using one without paying attention to other aspects of cookie consent will backfire.
I currently don't because I'm using @usefathom for analytics. One of the many perks to using a privacy-first analytics option.
@usefathom @ryangilbert That's great! Tracking cookies can be set by any source though. Applause to all the great products that have taken privacy-first approaches.
I used to use Osano for cookie consent and their UI looks good but their product is bad. I switched to another service at and although the cookie banner has an ugly green tone to it, It works fine.
Mandatory cookie banners always remind me that we're living in the medieval age of the Internet.
For a long time I wanted to make an interesting banner for my site, but nothing came to mind. Decided to try ideas from https://masterbundles.com/ Indeed, there are a lot of ideas here and what to choose. Now my banner looks great and attracts customers.
@romanov_rom Hi, this looks cool but this is about cookie banners required by privacy laws :)
No. We have a cookies link in our footer for the 0.0001% of people who care about their Google Analytics cookie. I am aware of the rules, but unless you run a high traffic B2C website, the worst that can happen is a tap on the wrist.