The Importance of Installing Legal Pages
To be compliant with the law and to satisfy the FTC, Google, Clickbank, Amazon and some other merchants and other internet bodies requirements, it is very important that your website have certain legal pages on it based on the activities that are being carried out on your website. We make sure that your legal bases are covered by installing these pages on your site.
Most of these pages are import but do not have to be on your website all together. However it has been show that some actually help your website rankings and constitutes what is know as website good practices.
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- SEO Agencies
- Website Owners
- Internet Marketers
- Local Business Owners
- and more….
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Here are some of the Pages and who requires them.
Term of Use (Terms and Conditions)
The Terms-of-Service Agreement is mainly used for legal purposes by websites and internet service providers that store a user’s personal data, such as e-commerce and social networking services. A legitimate terms-of-service agreement is legally binding and may be subject to change.
A disclaimer is generally any statement intended to specify or delimit the scope of rights and obligations that may be exercised and enforced by parties in a legally recognized relationship. An earning disclaimer protects the website owner from legal consequence as a result of visitors or customers using his products or services.
In law, a disclaimer is a statement denying responsibility intended to prevent civil liability arising for particular acts or omissions.
A medical disclaimer provides similar protection for you if you were running a website offering medical advice. Eg: How to cure acne naturally or if you were an affiliate of a website selling such products. Eg of a medical disclaimer; “The medical information provided on this website is, at best, of a general nature and cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional (for instance, a qualified doctor/physician, nurse, pharmacist/chemist, and so on…”
This alerts visitors to your site that your are receiving compensation for the reviews or opinions you give for items, products or services on your site. Therefore these maybe biased. Merchants like Amazon require you to have these very visible on your site in order to become or remain an affiliate.
About your website or business.
Having some means of contacting the website owner or webmaster, usually an email, address or phone number would be enough.