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How To Write Privacy Policy For Your New Blog

As I told you in my previous article, having a page like privacy policy is essential in your blog. This policy means you are not a scam and gives the sense of a serious business. Having privacy policy page in your website introduces you as a professional blogger.

Before knowing necessity and writing steps, first, you need to understand what privacy policy is?

So, let’s start:

The privacy policy is the short explanation of what you are doing to observe visitors to your website. It is a legal document according to a Privacy law that deals with the regulation of personal information about individuals. It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a customer or client’s privacy.

Keeping privacy policy is the practice of being transparent to your users. It describes them about what is happening to their personal information, which they are providing you. The main thing is Google search and AdSense likes your website if you have a privacy policy page.


RELATED READ | How To Get Indexed Your New Blog In Google Search Engine

Why is it essential?

It is important for bloggers (especially new bloggers) to have information about the necessity of privacy policy. Here, I’m providing you some reasons to have it on your site:

Some countries have privacy laws. You can be fined or even prosecuted if you collect personal information without informing your users, or if you violate your own privacy policy.

  • It creates a better electronic environment on the internet.
  • Laws / legislation may pertain to your business.
  • It saves website from cookies.

Now, you have got each basic information about privacy policy. So, let’s go further to know about how to write privacy policy for your blog/website.

Here, I’m providing some easy and effective steps. Follow them:

Your policy should be written in a plain readable language. It’s good to write privacy policy  in English. Write it as you actually want people to read it. It should be short, friendly & intuitive. It should be easily accessible throughout your site.

Some Tips To Write Privacy Policy

  • Write a short description about your site.
  • Inform customers about what information will be collected and whether it could be identifying.
  • Write about information, you are sharing with anyone such as partners, affiliates.
  • List the state and federal privacy laws and initiatives that you comply with.
  • Make opting out easy and explain how it works.
  • State that the policy will update regularly. Then actually do it.
  • Disable comments for policy page. To do this, check on Don’t allow, hide existing. After that, click on Done.
  • Now, make sure you have written completely in a good manner. Then click on Publish.

So, this is all about the privacy policy for your blog/website. Follow the above instructions to write privacy policy for your new blog/website. I hope, this tutorial will help you to write effective and friendly policy. For a reference, you can see privacy policy of my website here.

Amit Malewar
Amit Malewar has been the tutorial writer since 2013. His passion for helping people in all aspects of technology flow through the expert coverage he provides. In addition to writing for InfoPhilic, Amit loves to read and try new things.

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