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Comply with GDPR in your Privacy Policy

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Your Privacy Policy MUST comply with GDPR, even if you work in Australia. I often hear from business owners: “I am selling in Australia only – I don’t’ need to have a Privacy Policy or worry about GDPR” – This is not true! Another common question is – “do I have to change my privacy … Read moreComply with GDPR in your Privacy Policy

Is your Privacy Policy GDPR Compliant?

Privacy Policy Compliant

Is your Privacy Policy Compliant with new GDPR laws? Why it’s important you have one?  Do you need a Privacy Policy? How old is your policy? Does it need updating to comply with the new laws? Watch this video for some answers to these questions and more!   Knowing and communicating how you deal with … Read moreIs your Privacy Policy GDPR Compliant?

How To add your Privacy Policy to your Facebook Page

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Did you know that General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that your Facebook Business Page have a compliant Privacy Policy uploaded? This requirement educates your visitors on how you manage information they may be asked to provide via your Facebook Business Page. This video is about the steps on how to upload your Privacy Policy … Read moreHow To add your Privacy Policy to your Facebook Page

Why start-ups avoid setting up legals

It is all too common that setting up legals are a lower priority for new business owners. So why should legals be a priority in start up phase? And why are they so often avoided? This question was raised by members of a business mastermind in which I participate as a legal coach and mentor. … Read moreWhy start-ups avoid setting up legals

10 Ways Business Terms & Conditions Educate Your Clients

10 Ways Business Terms & Conditions Educate Your Clients

Hey you, yes you…over there. Yes you who are poring over your social media post plans, your canva graphic creation to match your #helpfultips posts, and your offer copy that you labour over for #promoday not to mention trying to find a graphic to match! You are spending a lot of sweat, time, and possibly … Read more10 Ways Business Terms & Conditions Educate Your Clients

Why your blog post needs a disclaimer

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Blogging is fun AND it’s a key marketing tool for businesses. Well written blogs reinforce your messaging and branding, educate and provide value for your audience, and can be an income stream. BUT… Blogs can also offer advice and opinions and if taken the wrong way or in a way not intended by you, can impact negatively … Read moreWhy your blog post needs a disclaimer

Terms of Sale – Are you covered for holidays and special promotions?

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Does your Terms of Sale policy cover you for Specials or Holiday Promotions? Holiday and special promotion times such as Christmas sales, New Year or EOFY sales, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Easter, IWD, etc, are all great times for small businesses to inject much-needed cash into their beautifully crafted businesses or to clear out the … Read moreTerms of Sale – Are you covered for holidays and special promotions?

Complying With GDPR As An Australian Small Business

complying with GDPR as an australian small business

Now that GDPR is a thing, as an online business you must comply with your website legals. This live is all about who’s who in the GDPR jungle and YOUR role in your Privacy Policy. This video is about what your role is with regards to your Privacy Policy. Are you a Data Collector or … Read moreComplying With GDPR As An Australian Small Business

FAQs are not Business Terms and Conditions (and why you need both!)

FAQs are not business terms and conditions - Shalini

You may see on many websites selling items or services a section called the “FAQ” or the “Frequently Asked Questions” section. I want to draw your attention to the difference between FAQs and actual agreements, policies, or legals on your website that people are bound by. The bottom line or key thing to remember is … Read moreFAQs are not Business Terms and Conditions (and why you need both!)

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