I wanted to see what others are using in order to display cookie consent notifications on their sites since this is a requirement in the EU? I did not find any existing tags in the marketplace.
I have looked at various solutions and I wanted to see what others are using and which ones are easiest to implement in Tealium.
Tealium offers this functionality as a package within our product suite. You can read about it here (notice the cookie usage banner at the bottom of the page) and watch this video for details. This allows you to control tags within the TMS where tracking begins, instead of relying on a 3rd-party service. Check it out and let your AM or sales rep know if you'd like more details.
We used a Content Mod extension to create custom banners (one for implicit consent and one for express consent) that were inline with our site branding. This allowed us to present the proper message at the market level, as well as for device type.
https://uk.godaddy.com (implicit consent; grey warning banner at the foot)
https://nl.godaddy.com (express consent)
For a not for profit organization I have to create a cookie consent bar that communicaties with the tealium privacymanager to inform and get consent for placing cookies. Who knows an easy way to:
- Prevent cookies from being loaded on initial load of the website
- Accept cookies on clicking on accept in a cookiebar
- Offer the possibilty to change cookie settings
I like the solutions using cookie law info and the custom solutions from godaddy. I tried to use the cookie law info method, but cannot get the optoutmulti cookie to be loaded after clicking on accept. The Godaddy solution seems to difficult for me (not a developer) to implement.
Hope anyone can help!
@ErikDekker Tealium is working on releasing some new features to help you to do what you've asked. You'll have the ability to create a notification that appears when a user accesses the site for the first time, and then store their consent preferences based on what they select. These features will be out this month, possibly as soon as the end of this week, but that date is subject to change. Currently, to have a consent banner set up in TiQ does require some knowledge of code. If you need assistance, you may want to speak to your Account Manager about contracting some deployment services to have the team at Tealium set it up on your behalf.
Some information about the new features is available here: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Announcements/Preparing-for-GDPR/m-p/22574#M97 and I will try and come back and update this post once I hear that it's released.