Legal Pages for Websites – Which Pages Do I Need?
Are you wondering about legal pages for websites? With new laws coming into place like GDPR in the EU (2018) and CCPA in California (2020), focus on privacy and data protection has increased massively.
Here is an overview of the must-have legal pages for websites:
Terms and conditions of sale
These terms and conditions address everything related to the purchase and after sales from your website, so that it’s clear for a future client what working with you looks like.
This one is relatively easy, you can place a copyright note in the footer of your website that includes the name of the copyright owner plus the year that the content was published and the year that is was updated. Copyright [insert year] [insert your company name]. It’s not legally required, but it can help you protect your website content against copy cats.
The good news is, Iubenda can also create custom terms and conditions of sale, but I haven’t tried this functionality yet.
I hope this was useful, here’s what you can do next:
- Read more about legal aspects of growing your business, or about websites for coaches.
- Learn more about how Paulien can help you get your coaching business off the ground.
- Join my Facebook Group for purpose-driven online entrepreneurs, like coaches, healers and therapists, who want to get visible & make an impact with aligned marketing and sales strategies.