Terms and conditions: This is the guidebook that tells your website visitors how they can use your site. You own the copyrights to all the awesome photos, text, videos, and other content that you’ve created and posted on your website. Your terms and conditions should tell visitors exactly what they can do with your content (share it!), and can’t do (sell or copy it to compete with you). If you allow users to comment or post on your website, or operate a members-only site, you can also set the rules for users participating there.
Have you cobbled together these documents from other people’s websites, but aren’t sure if you’re really protected? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
New to business or not ready to invest in a custom contract? We also offer contract templates are a perfect fit if you’ve tried to write your own contract or borrowed one from a friend, but you’re not sure it includes all the right terms. You can customize our templates to the way you do business, and easily change them as your business grows.
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