Privacy Policy & Website Usage Terms
Effective date: September 28, 2020

Terms and conditions of this website

This website is owned and operated by Map My Growth, registered at Ul. Szkolna 3, 83-400 Kościerzyna, Poland under the international registration number: PL5911659947.

Whenever we use terms such as: “us”, “we”, and “our”, they refer to Map My Growth. Every use of the term “you”, “your”, “yours”, etc., refers to the user or viewer of this website.

You agree to comply with the terms and conditions described below by the sole act of browsing and using this website. If there are any potential privacy issues you’re concerned about, please contact:

By using this website, you comply to the following rules and conditions:

Anything you read on this website can be updated or removed without notice, and the purpose of the site is purely informational, which means you shouldn’t refer to it in any ever-lasting publications without regularly checking your references.

The content of this site is prone to carrying incomplete information, outdated data, or other faulty information that might not remain true after publication, which means we exclude our liability for any issues or inaccuracies as far as permitted by law.

Reproduction or reuse of the following elements of the website is legally forbidden, as these elements are owned and licensed by us:

Design, meaning: combination of colors, layout, branding, graphical elements and imagery.

In some cases, we use third-party imagery, which is stated in the footer of the page that uses such content.

All trademarks reproduced on this website, which are not the property of, or licensed to the operator, are acknowledged on the website.

You are warned not to misuse the content of this website—any action you take that involves our Design and damages us directly or indirectly will be considered a criminal offence.

We can’t guarantee that, whenever you click away from our site to the sites that are linked on it (usually in our articles), your privacy will be fully protected, as we do not control the safety of your data once you navigate away from the site. If any of the links that we use concern you, please contact us at

If, for any reason, any loss or damage arises in connection with the use of our website, we will not be liable for it.

If, for any reason, the website becomes temporarily unavailable (e.g., as a result of server maintenance or technical glitches), we will not be liable for any damage or loss it might cause. However, we use stable servers and reliable service providers to make sure the experience on our site is smooth and continuous.

Any dispute arising out of the use of this website is subject to the laws of the Recast Brussels Regulation governed by the European Union.

The content of this page, and so the content of the Website Usage Terms and Privacy Policy, are subject to change without notice, therefore you should regularly check this page to make sure you continue to comply with and agree to following these regulations.

The current version of this page was reviewed on Monday, 28 September, 2020.

All of our services comply with Google’s Third-Party Policy.

Privacy Policy: how we collect and use your data (and how to opt out)

The kind of data we collect

For every visit to our site, we collect the following information through third-party providers (Google Analytics, LinkedIn Insight Tag):

IP addresses (through browser sessions); Browsing data; Referrer information.

When you submit our newsletter form or a FREE Business Cartography form, we can also collect:

Your email address (in both cases); Your name and business information (traffic- and revenue-related information or estimates, whenever you’re asked to provide them before submitting any of our forms).

How your data is collected by us and third-party service providers

On our website, some of the data is collected by using cookies, which you can turn off by changing the settings in your browser preferences window.

We also installed and currently use (or have used): Google Cloud, Google Analytics, Hotjar, LinkedIn Ads (including the LinkedIn Insight Tag), and MailChimp, which all collect data. View their individual privacy policies for details on how your data is processed by these providers

How we use your data—and why

Any data that we collect about you or your visit to our site is secure and protected, which is confirmed by us having the SSL protocol (you should see a padlock icon in the URL box in your browser).

We ensure that we protect your data from unauthorized access, by using 2-step authentication tools and securing any hardware on which your data is locally stored.

There are numerous (internal) cases in which we might use your data:

To manage our email database (for example: send and respond to emails);

To gather feedback in order to improve our services;

To personalize the look of the site for you;

To send you emails about our new articles, company updates, etc., provided that you consent to receiving such content when submitting one of our forms;

To learn how particular pages on our site perform, especially in terms of their speed, scrollability, conversion rates, abandonment rates, and incoming traffic searches statistics;

To run retargeting ads.

We will never sell your data to any third parties. We might look like pirates, but we’re the good kind!

Locations where your data is sent to and stored

We guarantee that the safety of your data complies to the European data protection standards, through agreements such as the EU–US Privacy Shield or contractual model clauses, even if some of the data gathered by the third-party providers we listed above are stored outside of Europe.

How you can access the data we store about you

If you need to export the data we store about you, or if you’d like to update it (in case it’s incorrect or incomplete), please let us know by contacting However, we’re obliged to store certain information about you for reasons of administrative, legal or security nature.

How long we keep your data, and how to opt out

If you subscribe to our newsletter, you can unsubscribe by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link in any newsletter email that we send you (at the bottom), and then following the provided instructions. Alternatively, you can email and ask to opt out.

Otherwise, we’ll keep your data as long as it’s required for us to be able to provide you with our services and send you updates and/or articles.

Depending on why you are on our site today, you can…

1. Check out our Book of Wisdom (aka Blog)

Most people would call it a Blog, but we aren’t most people. The Book of Wisdom contains many articles that can help you optimize your website experience, learn how to gather data that’s critical for your growth, and much more. No fluff, just practical advice.

2. Book your Free Consultation (aka Cartography Session)

If you are serious about growing your business and you want it to be in a different (better) place 2 months from now, the Cartography Session is your first step. It’s a no-strings-attached, brutally honest discussion about your key page. Learn more about how the Cartography Session works here.

3. Leave, but keep in touch

We get it—it might be late, you might be busy or have 1,000 other reasons not to get in touch right away. But if you leave us your email address below (and nothing more), we’ll be sending you our articles from The Book of Wisdom. And that’s it. We don’t sell or exchange email addresses. We might look like business optimization pirates, but we’re the good kind!

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