Website Legal Stuff
2014-04-07, 05:47 PM,
#1
Hello!

I've created a website but I want to know which pages I need to have legally.


Do I need a contact me page ?

Do I need a privacy policy page or smth? or what other pages do I need to have on my site to have less chance to run into troubles?

Thanks in advance
MrGustaaf
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2014-04-07, 05:49 PM,
#2
Privacy policy, terms of use, DMCA and a contact page is what I have on most of my sites.
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Christopher(2014-04-07 07:03 PM) MrGustaaf(2014-04-07 05:49 PM) 
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2014-04-07, 07:03 PM,
#3
(2014-04-07, 05:49 PM)Calisthenics Wrote: Privacy policy, terms of use, DMCA and a contact page is what I have on most of my sites.
You just gave me a great Ideas for my landing page..Thank you
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2014-04-07, 07:33 PM,
#4
It's not some type of legal obligation to have them.
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MrGustaaf(2014-04-07 07:40 PM) 
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2014-04-07, 07:56 PM,
#5
Terms and Conditions page where you define what is your site to be used for. This is only to save yourself from legal issues, you don't actually need any kind of legal documents for your website. It just makes it have more authority.

See this: http://www.seqlegal.com/blog/what-legal-...ew-website

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The Saint
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2014-04-07, 08:26 PM,
#6
(2014-04-07, 07:56 PM)The Saint Wrote: Terms and Conditions page where you define what is your site to be used for. This is only to save yourself from legal issues, you don't actually need any kind of legal documents for your website. It just makes it have more authority.

See this: /blog/what-legal-documents-do-i-need-my-new-website

Also, you should consider something. Most will use generators, IMO that could be bad for SEO. Think about it quickly, so your generating the same EXACT text and using it on your website. I just did a bit of searching and found this: http://www.seojack.com/privacy-policy-generator/ when looking for (SEO friendly terms of use / privacy) generator.

Hope it helps!
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2014-04-07, 08:42 PM,
#7
(2014-04-07, 08:26 PM)ϟ★Hawk Eye★ϟ Wrote:
(2014-04-07, 07:56 PM)The Saint Wrote: Terms and Conditions page where you define what is your site to be used for. This is only to save yourself from legal issues, you don't actually need any kind of legal documents for your website. It just makes it have more authority.

See this: /blog/what-legal-documents-do-i-need-my-new-website

Also, you should consider something. Most will use generators, IMO that could be bad for SEO. Think about it quickly, so your generating the same EXACT text and using it on your website. I just did a bit of searching and found this: /privacy-policy-generator/ when looking for (SEO friendly terms of use / privacy) generator.

Hope it helps!

That is actually a nice generator thank you for sharing this!

You should of course as well have a simple disclaimer where you show the visitor about the restrictions or use of your site if you really wanted to stick out the rules on your website so to stay on the safe side, the user must accept your rules and terms before even entering the website it self!
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HawkEye(2014-04-07 08:43 PM) 

Best regards,
The Saint
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2014-04-07, 08:43 PM,
#8
Thanks all for the replies! I really appreciate it!
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HawkEye(2014-04-07 08:47 PM) 
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