If you see the "Tracking Disabled" green label at the top of the page, we are honoring your request to block tracking on our site and have disabled all global tracking elements on the pages you visit on www.southalabama.edu.
However, we do not delete pre-existing cookies or other tracking elements in your browser. You may still have some tracking elements if you previously visited our site, or other sites, before setting "Do Not Track" on your browser. You may wish to delete all tracking or "third-party" cookies; please consult suggestions from your browser manufacturer or other source.
The tracking sources which we normally use on our site, but have blocked for you, are the following:
Google Analytics is a free service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic data.
Site Improve software platform provides institutions with appropriate tools to improve
the content quality of their website by scanning reporting areas of improvement in
SEO, website analytics and accessibility.
HubSpot is an inbound marketing and sales platform that uses tracking technologies
to help attack new visitors, convert leads and provides tools for social media marketing,
web analytics, SEO and content management.
Facebook Pixels are used to measure advertising conversion rates and to place targeted
advertisements or retarget specific advertising items.
ShareThis provides easy to install social media buttons that allows users to share
website content on social media platforms. ShareThis is similar to other online behavioral
advertising “OBA” or interest based advertising “IBA” platforms and tracks user browsing
and sharing behavior in order to display interest based products and services.