Do you have a blog/website without a privacy page? Well, if your answer is yes; you might be leading yourself into a bigger problem.
I bet you might be thinking that this is not for you, but before you run away, I would like you to keep paying attention.
- How the information will be used: You don’t need to keep your customers in the dark regarding how you want to use any collected information. If you must share their information with third parties, clearly say so. Customers should never be left guessing.
- Include the relevant laws you abide by: There may be federal and/or state privacy laws that govern your practices. If you comply with these regulations, include that information.
- The effective date: You should include when this policy will start to take effect (i.e. effective immediately or at a future point in time). Apart from including the effective date, you must also include how customers will be notified if you make any changes to this policy.
The Various Privacy Policies That You Need
Many policies may be included in your blog. While you may not need all of them, you probably need to include at least these two:
You must abide by this rule because when you signed up for AdSense, you accepted their terms and conditions.
Failing to do this will disqualify you from using AdSense.
According to Google:
Do you need assistance?
If you find yourself in such a situation, there is a way out:
Here are two:
- TrustGuard.com: This is another simple and quick generator.
These virtues will automatically help you build a great relationship with your customers.
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