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I have a website that offers software services and solutions. we have nearly 50 thousand visits every year from people all around the globe. Other than Google Analytics (GA), Semrush, Ahrefs I don't have any other data analytics tools that can give me any information about these visitors and trust me these tools don't give much. That's when i heard about Cookies. Will cookies give me more essential information about my visitors? I just need information that i can take action on. Maybe the names, email id, geo such things. also, could anyone suggest a good cookie tracking tool or platform that abides by EU rules and regulations? If you think you need to know more about my company in order to reply to this, please feel free to visit my Enterprise Application Development Services page. Looking forward to interesting suggestions. Also, do let me know if there is a better way than using cookies
 
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