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Are Double Opt-ins Mandatory?

are double opt ins mandatory

Let’s talk opt-ins.  I get a lot of questions about GDPR and how to remain compliant. It is nearly 18 months since GDPR came into force and there is now some more clarity about how these new laws affect the use of opt-ins – double opt-ins, to be specific. Questions like, “Are  double opt-ins mandatory to … Read moreAre Double Opt-ins Mandatory?

Your legal responsibility to moderate your Facebook Page

moderate comments on facebook

If you have a Facebook business page, you need to read this – it may change how you view your role as page admin. Recently a landmark judgement in NSW held business owners to be responsible for third party comments on their Facebook page and groups. This decision impacts ALL Facebook page owners, but it … Read moreYour legal responsibility to moderate your Facebook Page

The Law About “Valued At” Pricing

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Valued At Pricing “Valued At” pricing is something you will see a lot, especially online.  It often looks something like this: “Purchase now for $97 (valued at $597): “Early Bird Price $97 (Value $497)” “Buy now $450 (Value $3500)” I’ll bet you’ve seen this before.  You might even have done it for your own business. … Read moreThe Law About “Valued At” Pricing

3 critical things you must know about affiliate link disclosures as an Australian blogger

3 critical things you must know about affiliate link disclosures as an australian blogger

Are you a blogger? For money or pleasure? If so, there are 3 critical things you need to know about affiliate link disclosures as an Australian blogger. Does your blog take the form of an online personal diary, a lifestyle commentary, or do you run a blogging business? However you choose to show up as … Read more3 critical things you must know about affiliate link disclosures as an Australian blogger

Is it OK to use images from Google on my website?

is it ok to use images from google on my website

Are you writing a blog and wondering what the deal is with using photos from the internet? The internet is a visual smorgasbord – photos are dished up from everywhere – published on Google, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. So, the question is: Can you download a photo from Google (or other platforms) and use them … Read moreIs it OK to use images from Google on my website?

Why be bothered with a compliant Privacy Policy?

Compliant Privacy Policy

In this video I explain why you need to be bothered with a compliant Privacy Policy even if you do not reside or conduct business in Europe under the GDPR laws.     The information I discuss in the video connects the dots between the Australian Privacy Act, the GDPR and your responsibility as a … Read moreWhy be bothered with a compliant Privacy Policy?

Comply with GDPR in your Privacy Policy

comply with GDPR

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?

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

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