My website uses the following tracking technologies:
You can use the switch below to disable Google Analytics on this website; but if you also want to block GA on the other sites you visit, you can use Google's Opt-out Browser Add-on
I don't use any Google advertising products personally, so GA Advertising Features on this website is only for Demographics and Interest Reporting in GA; and not for targeting or measuring advertising. Demographics and Interest Reporting reports the website's visitors' apparent age, gender and interests. This information is normally used for planning and targeting advertising.
If you choose to disable GA Advertising Features on kevinjoyner.com, then a command is added to the GA technology on the site's pages, which prevents Advertising Features from operating.
Nobody uses GTM alone to collect any data about website users, but even if a publisher doesn't put tracking technology into their GTM container, GTM does still offer reporting to website publishers about how often their GTM container is being loaded.
You can control the tracking technologies on this website using the switches below.
These choices are not effective on the site's AMP content, which is normally served from an AMP Project server. On the AMP pages, Google Analytics operates (without Advertising Features) through the AMP version of GTM.
|GA's Advertising Features|
|GTM (master switch)|
These privacy preferences are recorded using cookies. If, after flipping one of these switches, you clear the cookies set by kevinjoyner.com, then the next time you look at one of the website's pages, you may be tracked again.
You can read more about my website's support for privacy choices in this blog post I wrote.