Have you ever thought about what legal pages you need on your website? Aside from the beautiful imagery, portfolios, about me sections and contact pages, you need to make sure that you are legally protecting yourself through your website.
This has nothing to do with you as a stationer, or even a small business owner — this has to do with you having a website site on the world wide web that anyone, anywhere can access.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions are what let the user know they are agreeing to by being a viewer on your website. Basically what they can and can not do with the content on your website (your intellectual property)! Are they allowed to share it? Do they have to give credit to you?
The Terms and Conditions can be more tailored to your specific business and what your website contains. For instance, if you have an online store (e-commerce) you will have more detailed information about your store policy when it comes to payments, refunds, etc.
I know this all sounds super overwhelming, you just want to show off your stationery! You’re not some hacker trying to con information out of your users! It doesn’t matter — you have chosen to have a website, these are legal items you need to have.
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I hope this has helped clarify some of this legal jargon for your stationery website!
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