There are many other advantages of having a privacy page for your blog. Some of them are:
- Most online people like privacy as they are sharing personal info (Like Email) with you.
- It helps your readers or users to know what you do with their data.
- It is required by third-party websites and ad servers.
- Having a privacy page represents that you respect the privacy.
Now follow these simple steps.
2. On the next page, you need to give answers to some easy questions. After giving all answers, click on “Next” button.
3. Then you need to provide answers about what kind of personal information you collect from your blog and what you do with the information. And click on “Next” button.
4. The next step is very important if you collect credit card information. You will be asked about PCI complaint, Malware scans, and SSL certificate. All of these are important to protect credit card information. If you don’t collect credit card information, you can check on ‘No’ and give the reasons.
Then click “Next”.
6. Now you need to give information about third-party disclosure.
7. The next step is about Google AdSense. It’s a very important step if you monetize your blog with Google AdSense or want to be Google AdSense Publishers.
Once you are compliant with CalOPPA, it will ask if you specifically market to children under 13.
9. Then it will ask you to be compliant with the FTC’s Fair Information Practices.
10. On the next page, you need to provide your contact information to be compliant with CAN-SPAM. You also need to provide additions CAN-SPAM questions.
11. Now enter your name and email address. And it will take you to a Congratulations page. Go to the bottom of the page and click on “Continue” button.
If FreePrivacyPolicy offers anything, ignore this for now and click on the “No, Thanks” link. And click on “Continue” button again.
It’s a .htm file.
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