Privacy Policy  

Ad Hoc Marketing will respect your privacy. Any information we collect from you, including your email address, will simply be used to send you the information you have requested. This information includes search engine ranking reports, marketing proposals and material directly related to your marketing campaign.​

Scott Salwolke is the primary participant in Ad Hoc Marketing and no information he collects will ever be submitted to third parties or to sub-contractors.

​Scott Salwolke and his company, Ad Hoc Marketing, will not give or sell your personal information to anyone else. All material collected either through applications or future communications will be kept in strictest confidence.​

Information collected will be for the sole purpose of learning more about clients and the market you target. It will be used to determine the best method in which to market to current clients and prospects. Any information released to the public is first approved of by clients.Any data provided, or corporate information, will be kept completely confidential. The only information released will only be done with your permission. If requested Scott Salwolke will sign a confidentiality agreement.

​After receiving an application or query, Scott Salwolke will contact the listed party with his assessment and proposal. He will contact you periodically if you've expressed interest in working together, but if told you aren’t interested in his services he won’t contact you again. Simply send an email with your request and you will no longer be contacted.

​Ad Hoc Marketing doesn’t participate in spam, nor do we send out mass emails to prospects who have not contacted our business initially.

Part of Ad Hoc Marketing’s code of ethics will be to always respect a client's privacy and not reveal corporate information.

Ad Hoc Marketing use Remarketing with Google Analytics to advertise online.​Third-party vendors, including Google, show your ads on sites across the Internet​

Ad Hoc Marketing and third-party vendors, including Google, use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) together to inform, optimize, and serve ads based on someone's past visits to your website.