Cookie Policy

What are Cookies?

Cookies, sometimes called HTTP Cookies, is a term that refers to tiny text files that are downloaded to your computer to keep track of certain aspects of your online activity. There are many practical reasons for this: Cookies are why you can navigate multiple pages of your e-mail or online banking service without having to log back in continuously — cookies remind your browser who you are.

At Lets Ecommerce, we use cookies to help us learn about our website. The point of this page is to explain what kind of information they gather, how it’s used, and why we sometimes need to store cookies. This page will also let you know how to stop cookies from being stored, although we should note that this could downgrade or otherwise “break” some aspects of the site’s functionality.

Disabling Cookies

If you want to prevent cookies from being set by your browser, you can adjust the browser’s settings. No matter your browser, you should be able to go to your Help section for information on how to do this. You can opt out of being tracked by a wide variety of cookies if you head to the Network Advertising Initiative Consumer Opt-Out.

Our Cookies

We use cookies, web beacons, and similar tech to help you navigate around the website (or The Services) and learn how you use The Services so that we can design a better website and do a better job of serving your needs as a user. Cookies are little text files we place in your computer’s browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) to store your preferences.

On their own, cookies don’t reveal your Personal Information unless you’ve decided to provide it — e.g., maybe you registered at the Site or have logged into an area. Once you submit Personal Information to the Services — if you choose to — that information might be linked to the information stored in the cookie in your browser. If you do not permit cookies to be stored on your browser, that might hamper your ability to use the Services.

Third-Party Cookies

Occasionally, in exceptional cases, we utilize cookies given to us by third parties we trust. This section below describes which third-party cookies you might come across when using the Services.
Orders-Processing Related Cookies

You can buy items like courses, eBooks, marketing platforms, and Shopify apps, and the purchases may appear to be taking place on In reality, we use third-party platforms and processors, and those companies will frequently use cookies for us to be able to track sales, etc.

Account and Login-Related Cookies

With some services or products that Lets Ecommerce offers, you might be provided with an account and login details. If that happens, our third-party platform usually uses cookies to facilitate logins. This way, we can identify you as a paying customer.


This site uses Google Analytics, the leading analytics tool that’s one of the most widespread and trusted on the internet. Every place you visit likely uses Google Analytics to track how many people visit, and it can be used for a wide variety of purposes that help us improve your experience and understand how you use the site. These cookies may track your time on certain pages and which pages you visit.

This helps us make better content – if we know people are spending more time on a guide to grow and scale your Shopify brand, we will write more articles about that topic, then the readers will be happy, and we’re so glad too. We also use third-party analytics that track and measure the usage of, so we can keep making better and better content. These cookies might track aspects of your experience, like how much time you spend on the site or articles, and that helps us understand how we can make the site better for you.

You might also see social media buttons and plugins on the site. Those help you connect to your Facebook, Twitter, or other social networks in various ways. We might let you leave comments under your Facebook name so that you don’t have to spend time logging in if you want to comment. Features like that use cookies; that’s why you can comment as yourself.

Any time social media features are used, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and YouTube, those sites set cookies through Lets Ecommerce, and those cookies may be used to add to your profile on their site or contribute to the data they hold for various purposes that should be outlined in their privacy policies. (Here’s ours.)
More Information

We hope this Cookie Policy has made things easier for you. If you don’t understand anything here, please feel free to reach out and ask us to clarify — not being shady is our big goal. If you aren’t sure if you need cookies or not, honestly, it’s usually safer to leave them enabled just in case it interacts with features you use on this site or other sites. If you have questions we haven’t answered, you can check out our privacy policy or visit our contact page.