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Legal pages that websites must have
If you have a website, you should consider the legal pages it should contain. Legal pages for websites include things like:
- Copyright Notices
- Terms and conditions of use
- Accessibility Information
- Contact information about abuse or complaints
- Corporate Policies
What legal pages should each website have?
As for the legal pages your website should have, it depends. There is no rule that says a website must have legal pages. However, look at your website and evaluate it with legal advice (this is one of the recommended agencies in Valencia) or without legal advice to determine if you need a specific type of legal page.
- How the personal information collected is used
- Who receives the information collected
- Contact information to delete private information
- Information about third-party sites that may collect information (such as advertisers)
- Treatment of the dates on which the document is modified
It’s important to include a copyright notice on all of your web pages, but that doesn’t mean you need a specific page for your copyright. Most sites that have a specific page about their copyright do so because copyright is complicated, as some of the material is owned by the site itself and some of it is owned by the contributors.
Terms and conditions of use
Many websites include a “terms and conditions of use” document on their site. This explains the actions that are allowed and not allowed while using the website. You can include things like:
- How to credit site content and images
- If you need to register to publish content
- The types of user-submitted content that are allowed and not allowed.
- Situations in which user-submitted content is deleted or modified
Please note that although these terms and conditions may be popular with website owners, except in the case of registration, they are difficult to enforce. While taking images and content is a copyright violation, you have to find the culprits before you can go after them.
Disclaimers are like simplified versions of a terms and conditions document. They are used on sites where there is a lot of user-submitted content that is not moderated by the site owners or where there are many links to external pages. A disclaimer basically says that the site owner is not responsible for the content or links. The clear example is in the forums.
Patents, Trademarks and Other Corporate Policies
If your website or company has relevant patents and trademarks, you should have a page that details them. If there are other corporate policies that you want your customers to know about, you should also have pages for them.
As a recommendation of the GD Asesoria team, I recommend that you do not stop reading the article and include all the legal pages you need, as they say… “On the internet there are people with a lot of time and a lot of bad drool.”
Local directories in your city with more visibility
Local directories are the foundation of local positioning, and it is on some of them in particular that we focus. These not only help you when it comes to gaining visibility locally, but they also report links and data, both for Google and for other platforms, which help you gain authority in search engines.
Another important feature that these have is that they can help you convert more to your traffic. This is because 76% of local searches on Google have a transactional intention, so if they have worked profiles in different directories, with reviews, products, photos, etc. they can help you generate more income.
In particular in this article we will explain the 5 local directories essential for any business in Spain and that can help you improve your local visibility.
1. Google Business Profile (Google Maps)
Undoubtedly, Google Maps is the indispensable local directory par excellence for any business that has a local. This is a free tool offered by Google, to add businesses to Google Maps. Having a profile in Google Business Profiles is essential, because if a user searches for “peluqueria madrid” in Google, first he will get the Social Pack (you can see it in the image) and if your local positioning is worked your business would come out in the first places.
Google in Spain has a 90-95% share according to different studies, so this directory is undoubtedly the best way to reach your potential customer.
2. Bing Places
Bing Places is Microsoft’s service, similar to Google My Business by Google. This directory allows you to appear in both searches and Bing Maps. In Spain it does not have a very representative market share, but it can grant some traffic, apart from the authority that creates for Google another reference in relation to your business.
In addition, your profile in Bing Places is very simple to create, since if you already have a Google My Business account, you have an option to use the same GMB data, without having to type it manually.
It also allows you to have the NAP (Name/ Name, Address/Address, Phone/Phone) consistent, so you don’t have to be aware of it. To briefly clarify this point, the consistency of the NAP is vital on all platforms and by this we mean that you always write the Name, Address and Phone in the same way in all these directories.