No debating this one. No way around it. No, “I’ll get to it one day.” Your site needs legal pages now!
Website privacy laws are constantly being updated and vary by state and country. Many of these laws apply regardless of if you or your customers actually live in that state or country.
It’s nearly impossible to keep up with the laws changing so frequently! And we all know every business owner already has enough on their plate to keep track of! But if you don’t comply with these laws you could get fined or face a law suit.
What Legal Pages Do You Need?
Terms & Conditions
Most websites will need a Terms & Conditions page. This is necessary if you are linking to a third-party website (a website that’s anything other than the one they’re currently on).
If you have affiliate links on your website, you need a disclaimer. This can be added to your Terms & Conditions page. You should also let people know within the page or post that you’re using an affiliate link whenever you use it.
How To Get Legal Pages You Can Trust
I know this sounds like a daunting task. I get it! As a website designer, I’ve been searching for a way to protect my client’s for years without having to constantly stay on top of the ever changing laws. I’m no lawyer and reading legal jargon makes me want to immediately take a nap!
Luckily the helpful folks at Termageddon are much more interested in keeping up with these policies and have a powerful tech team behind them that created a wonderful solution for us all!
I’ve decided to partner with Termageddon to provide legal pages for myself and my clients that AUTOMATICALLY UPDATE when the laws change! So you don’t have to stay up-to-date on the latest website privacy laws.. you just have to fill out some info and embed a tiny bit of code on your site’s legal pages to stay protected from fines and law suits!
Add Termageddon To Your Website
I’m so impressed with and grateful for Termageddon that I’d like to offer their services to more than just my clients, but also to anyone that has a website and would like my support setting up their legal pages on their website.
If you’d like to get started, fill in the form below and I’d be happy to help you out. It’s just $99 per year and a $100 one-time set up fee.