Table of Contents
Why privacy policies and terms of service pages are important in 2020.
Laws are changing constantly.
See Related: Our Six Steps To Deliver Your Website
In fact, it IS a full-time job. Many lawyers are paid lots of money to do just that. It can be overwhelming for small- to medium-sized business owners to keep track of it all.
All information gathering counts.
You may be saying to yourself: “But my website doesn’t ask for payment information.”
What you don’t know that you don’t know is putting your business at risk
That means that if you ask for this information for a newsletter signup or a lead generation download or for any other reason, your website is subject to the same scrutiny as e-commerce websites.
How to protect your business
The question is how to do that without taking away from your core business. Most small- to medium-sized businesses don’t have the money to keep a lawyer on retainer to monitor these laws and rewrite these pages as needed.
Thrive Design is a customer-centric web design company from Seattle. Contact us to find out how we can elevate your business online! Find us on Clutch, UpCity, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.