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Why you should trust our Quantcast alternative

The American company Quantcast is all about advertising technologies. Cookie content managers are indispensable in this area. Here the company offers Quantcast Choice as a solution. The promise is privacy, transparency and increased consumer confidence.

The tool thus serves to protect and maximize advertising revenue. And optimizing approval rates. But why wander far when the good is so close? We at Consentmanager guarantee you a DSGVO-compliant Quantcast Alternative Made in Germany. Inexpensive, simple and therefore very customer-friendly. You benefit from numerous benefits:

  • Our tool is easy to integrate
  • Our seriousness, transparency and user-friendliness ensure high acceptance rates
  • Our plugin automatically blocks cookies if you wish
  • Our consent manager is CCPA and GDPR compliant
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We have already helped more than 25,000 websites to comply with GDPR, TTDSG & ePrivacy

Our clients include some of the biggest websites and best known brands in the world.

… and many more.

The Quantcast alternative

  • Automatic cookie crawls thanks to our Quantcast alternative

    If you decide to use Consentmanager as a website operator, the many functions of our tool are available to you. The integrated cookie robot automatically crawls your website every day and carries out a GDPR compliance check . You will be notified immediately of new provider cookies so you can take immediate action.
    In addition, the cookie robot also automatically classifies the existing cookies .

    Quantcast alternative with themes and customizations

    The cookie banner should match your website. That’s why Consentmanager offers you the option of adding your company logo to your cookie banner. Thanks to our ready-made designs, you can get started right away. There is also the option of creating your own designs . Change the font size, color, style, buttons, background, spacing and border of your cookie banner and choose from multiple box positions.

  • Banner texts in many languages

    At Consentmanager, the texts for the cookie banner are available in over 30 languages . If you want, you can make optional text adjustments.

    Easy integration

    Consentmanager’s cookie robot can be easily integrated into your website . It is also suitable for mobile websites with responsive design as well as AMP websites.

    High compatibility

    Another advantage of this Quantcast alternative is its high compatibility. The cookie robot is compatible with Google products such as Google AdSense and Google DFP . The same applies to Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. The versatility of the cookie robot is also reflected in the fact that it works seamlessly with Tag Manager as well as with all data management platforms (DMP) and ad servers. Consent is sent to SSP, DSP, AdExchanges and TradingDesks. Support for the Google ATP list (Google Approved Third Party Vendors) and for Facebook Pixel / Remarketing is also practical for website operators.

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As a Quantcast alternative, Consentmanager’s Cookie-Robot also offers a large number of filters . Page views are filtered by domain, country, theme, OS, browser, device and date. In order for the traffic to go smoothly, the user’s consent must first be obtained. This is done via a consent screen. You can track the bounce rate and find out why certain users are quickly leaving the page without making a purchase. Thanks to the export function, all data can be evaluated without any problems.

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What are website cookies?

  • You are probably familiar with the situation: as soon as you have called up a website or web shop, a banner appears. It says something about cookie – wait, weren’t those cookies in English? When they appear on a website, cookies are not tasty biscuits, but small text files that are cached on the user’s computer .

  • There are different types of cookies. So-called session cookies are necessary for the website to function properly and allow users to stay logged in for a certain period of time. This is the case, for example, with online banking. As soon as the session ends, the session cookies are deleted. Such cookies are particularly useful for online shops :

  • If a potential customer puts goods in the shopping cart, this is saved. This increases the likelihood that the customer will return and place the order. In addition, thanks to cookies, users do not have to log in again when visiting the same website.

  • However, there are also “bad” cookies: tracking cookies evaluate the surfing behavior of the user and sometimes collect personal data. Actually, these cookies should enable the activation of personalized advertising. That’s why tracking cookies are so popular among marketers.

  • Thanks to tracking cookies, you as the website operator can better analyze the behavior of your customers. But what is advantageous for you, unfortunately has a rather disadvantageous effect on your customers. Tracking cookies can quickly become a legal risk. After all, the files collect a lot of information about the individual users.

  • It often happens that tracking cookies are set by third-party providers who track consumer behavior in this way over several years. We ensure transparency. Our cookie solutions for publishers are aimed at portal operators who want to play it safe and want to play a central trust element with our consent management system. Because it doesn’t matter whether it’s a web shop or a news portal.

  • Trust is always the basis for economic success. Studies also prove this on the Internet. And what applies to web shops is always a question of seriousness for publishers. If the reader gives your consent, you can legally save and evaluate data. As a result, this information provides prognostic added value. How do users get to your website? What is read, which articles are shared? That is our mission, which we also implement for you. Technically and legally up to date.

Of course consentmanager also works with…

  • GDPR and CCPA

    In addition to the GDPR, the CCPA has also been in effect since January 2020. The California Consumer Privacy Act is a data protection law of the US state of California, which has similar content to the GDPR. If you ‘re targeting customers in California , it’s important to make sure your website is CCPA compliant.

  • What does the GDPR mean for the use of cookies?

    According to the GDPR, every website needs a cookie banner. The user must be able to decide for himself which cookies he allows – therefore no ticks may be set in advance . The cookie banner must appear immediately, but must not cover the imprint. In addition, the GDPR requires that the legal basis for the use of cookies be named.

  • Looking for a Quantcast Alternative? Our offer to you:

    With Consentmanager’s Cookie-Robot as a Quantcast alternative, you can be sure that only GDPR-compliant cookies are on your website. Get this handy tool for your website today and let it control all cookies.

frequently asked Questions

Not sure if you need a CMP?

To help you with things like GDPR, CMP and consent, we’ve rounded up the most common questions here.

Consentmanager is a Quantcast alternative. Consentmanager strictly adheres to the requirements of the GDPR.

Since May 2018, this directive applies to all website operators in the European Union and to websites
offering services or goods in the European Union.

Consentmanager’s cookie robot checks your website for new cookies every day and notifies you
whether all cookies are GDPR compliant.

Cookies are small data sets that are stored in the browser to make surfing more pleasant. Since certain cookies can also be used to read personal data, users must give their consent.

Please note that we cannot provide legal advice. Some points of this FAQ may also change over time or be interpreted differently by courts. That’s why you should always consult your lawyer!