- What information are you collecting for your blog visitors?
- How are readers gathering information?
- Why do visitors need to collect information?
- Do you promote other people’s blog products?
- After all, what kind of ideals does your blog have?
- What kind of information you are collecting: Here you will tell the readers what information you are collecting when someone visits your blog. This way the reader will know the method of collecting information from your blog and will be sure whether he will visit the blog again or not.
- Log Data: At present, after visiting the website through internet browsers, it stores information about the IP address of the visitor and the type of browser from which he is visiting. You can let readers know if you are storing such collected information.
- Cookies: Cookies are small files that a site or service provider transfers to a visitor’s computer’s hard drive via a web browser. According to European Union (EU) rules, cookies are used in each website to provide ideas about visited websites. In this case, you can let readers know if you are using cookies on your blog.
- Whether or not to keep the information collected secure: You may explicitly state whether you are transferring all the information you are collecting to an individual or a law enforcement agency without the reader’s consent.
- Third Party Link Shares: Are you sharing links to your blog for personal gain or for business purposes? If so, you can inform readers about why or for what purpose you are sharing.
- Whether or not you research the information collected: You can evaluate the information that you are collecting from your blog readers by evaluating, assisting, advising, or letting readers know if you have made any modifications, changes, additions, or additions to your blog.
- Child Protection: Online child protection practices are very strict. Make it clear in the policy whether the type of article you are sharing is suitable for children. Because if you share something that will hinder the human development of children, you should clearly mention it in your blog. In that case you should write in advance that the presence of children on your blog is completely prohibited. Otherwise, you could fall into any kind of legal complexity.
- Miscellaneous topics: In addition, if your blog has any personal or business privacy, you can give readers a brief idea about them.
Because if you blog without following the rules of Google, Google reserves the right to delete your blog at any time. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. This will increase the acceptability of your blog to the readers.
Google AdSense Policy
If you apply for Google AdSense, you must comply with AdSense policies. When you first login to your AdSense account, you will be told that you are applying in accordance with these rules. In this case, you can not apply for AdSense without following the rules.
Blogger blogs have an Email Subscription widget by default. If you have the option to subscribe to your blog using this widget, then let readers know exactly how you are collecting and using email addresses and information from subscribers. Then anyone who knows the policy of your blog will be able to decide for themselves whether to subscribe or not.
- First you need to login to your desired blog.
- Then you can create a page by clicking on Pages from Blogger Dashboard.
- You must turn off the option to comment on the page.
- You can hide the sidebar of the blog to give a professional look.