Your readers have a right to know what you plan on doing with their private information. They have the right to know if you collect their personal information. Your visitors have the right to know how you run your blog. Do you make money? If so how do they fit into that equation?
The FTC requires that you have one. It’s the law. If you don’t have one you run the risk of getting fined. If you want to learn more about privacy policies, what they are, why they matter, how to get one of your own read the rest of my blog post.
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- Personal information
- email marketing
- third party policies
- GDPR provisions
Once you download your template all you have to do is copy and paste it onto a new page. The places you need to edit to customize it for your blog will be highlighted. The workshop explains how to edit and fill in your template.
Then once your done hit publishes to publish your page. Then link to the footer or navigation menu. If I can do it you can too.