Manage third party cookies and consent in Hubspot (GDPR-related) for LinkedIn and Google Ads
Jun 3, 2020 10:52 AM
We are working on setting up our first major Hubspot-site and being based in Europe we have to be a bit carefull with Cookies and consent. It is quite clear from the documentation that Hubspot manages its own cookies AND the facebook cookie that is placed when you link the Facebook Pixel to your account. On this page (https://knowledge.hubspot.com/reports/customize-your-cookie-tracking-settings-and-privacy-policy-ale...) I see the following information :
Does this mean that Linked-In and Google Ads are also prevented from placing cookies as long as consent isn't given?
We like the idea to add the pixels for our social media accounts directly to hubspot (to create audiences and for reporting) but it's not very clear to me wether this might create a problem for the GDPR. It's just a bit strange that Facebook is so clearly mentioned while nothing on Linked-In and Google Ads (https://knowledge.hubspot.com/reports/what-cookies-does-hubspot-set-in-a-visitor-s-browser#ads-track...).
To manage other third Party cookies we are planning to use the Google Tag manager and only allow it to fire up extra cookies if the Hubspot Consent variable is positive. But now we are wondering if we should add Linked-In and Google Adwords to the GTM too and remove the pixel from Hubspot (to avoid double pixels).
Any ideas or Best Practices to recommend?