Cookie Banner Texts
Cookie banner texts serve a strict purpose: they inform users about privacy practices and request cookie consent. Read this article and decide what will work best with your brand.
The GDPR, LGPD, CCPA, PIPEDA, and other data protection laws specify how to provide such information to users and how to properly request consent. If you do not meet these requirements, the consent you have obtained is null and void.
As a result, businesses usually play safe with their cookie banners, which leads to banner texts that look all the same. They use the same language, giving cookie banners the reputation of being a necessary evil that must be blunt and boring to meet the legal requirements.
That, however, could not be further from the truth.
Cookie banner text must meet certain legal requirements in order to be valid, but it can be funny, witty, and invite users to interact with it.
Internet users are accustomed to reading dull, easy-to-ignore text. But, if you choose a creative copy of your cookie banner, you may see better results in the future. See more on GDPR cookie banner examples.
Feel free to experiment while adhering to the legal requirements. If you're stuck for ideas, here are some interesting results from around the internet to get you started.
Some use well-known language with a twist, while others have completely unleashed their creativity.
Take a look and then decide what will work best with your brand.
Important note: The cookie banner texts presented comply with their local data protection laws and may or may not comply with laws worldwide. Use these examples as an inspiration, but ensure to get advice on the legal requirements your cookie banner must fulfill.
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