Posts tagged privacy policy
How to prepare content for your website - video collab with Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick

We’re coming in HOT today with another (wonderful, glorious, thrilling, info-and-action-packed) video collaboration with my good friend Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick!

If you’ve ever wondered how the heck to prepare the website for your website, then my friend - you are in the right place! From the early planning stages to prepping website text/copy and deciding on the imagery and visual components, we’ve got you covered.

In this conversation, Louise and I talk about how there’s so much content to prepare for your website, whether you’re building a brand new site from scratch or working on a redesign project. Content doesn’t just come together on it’s own - nope, there’s a whole lot of strategy that goes into really good website content! Remember that your goal is to connect with your ideal audience, future clients and potential customers, and good content will get you there.

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Does every website need a privacy policy?

Alright alright alright, today we are going to dive into one of the most boring pages of any website ... the Privacy Policy!

Yes, my friends, this page may be dull but it's hugely important and usually forgotten and/or ignored. Don't be one of those people who doesn't include a Privacy Policy and has to pay for it later (often literally!). 

In this article, we are going to look at what a Privacy Policy is, what should be included, who needs one, and how to create your own Privacy Policy. 

Whether you're getting ready to launch your first website or if you already have a website but it doesn't have a Privacy Policy, I'm certain you'll learn a thing or two about protecting yourself and your business!

Note: It goes without saying that I'm a web designer/developer and NOT a lawyer so please consult a professional for the best advice. I can only speak to what I know is industry standard but if you have any questions or concerns, always consult a professional.

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