Terms and Conditions set the way in which your product, service or content may be used, in a legally binding way. They are crucial for protecting your content from a copyright perspective as well as for protecting you from potential liabilities. And if you run an e-commerce website, they’re not only advisable but also often mandatory.
But once you’ve generated your document, where should you put terms and conditions on your website?
A proper Terms and Conditions document won’t do your business any good if no one sees it. That’s why the best idea is to add it a link to your site’s footer so that it is always visible and accessible.
In addition to the website’s footer, other advantageous locations to place terms and conditions links are signup and checkout forms.
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