Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Succesfull Way To Create Privacy Policy Page 2016 For Blogger And WordPress






A Privacy Policy is a disclosure information about how the site gathers any information from the visitors and about the ads served.
It provides a credibility and trustworthiness to your blog. Many ad serving programs including  Google AdSense  looks for a privacy policy on your blog before approving you in their advertising network.
Hence, it becomes a necessity to add a privacy policy page to your blog.
In this article, I will tell you how to create a privacy policy page and add it to your blog.

Creating A Privacy Policy Page For Your Blog

You can either create a privacy policy yourself if you have required knowledge. However, most of the bloggers do not know how to create a perfect privacy policy for their blogs. In that case, there are several third-party privacy policy generators which will do the work for you for free. In this tutorial, I am using one such service provided by SerpRank.com
  1. Go to the SerpRank privacy policy generator page.
  2. The page will ask for your Site URL and Email Address.
  3. If your blog use cookies (if you are serving advertising, your blog is most likely using it), select Yes, we use cookies option.
  4. In the advertiser information, select the advertising solutions you use to monetize your blog.


  1. After filling up the form, select Crete my Privacy policy. You have just created a privacy policy for your blog. Now Copy this information to a text document.

How To Add The Generated Privacy Policy To Your Blog?


  1. For Blogger Blog: Open your Blogger Dashboard > Pages. If you are using WordPress Blog then go to your Dashboard > Pages > Add New
  2. Create a new blank page and paste the copied privacy policy in the text body and title your page as “Privacy Policy
  3. Publish your page

Conclusion

By adding a privacy policy to your blog, you will increase the trustworthiness of your readers. It’s a good practice to have a privacy policy visible to your readers. Even Google AdSense in their terms and conditions require you to have a privacy policy for your blog. So, go and make one before you apply for any advertising network to Make Money From Your Blog





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