Email subscription form and subscriber privacy
Embedding an email subscription form to a customer website is done by using an iframe. I was told by customer support that this is currently the only option. A downside of this method is that the subscription form sets a number of cookies, including marketing cookies used for tracking users across multiple websites in order to present advertising. According to current privacy principles, a website visitor needs to be given an option to decline cookies that are not essential for the basic function of the website. The problem is that the embedded subscription form does not work if the visitor has declined marketing cookies. Would it make sense for Mailjet to develop an alternative way of using the subscription form? For example, hosting the form on Mailjet server in a way that only a link to it would be required on the customer website. This way, no additional cookies would be set through the customer website.