In this article:
- Need Help Crafting your Business Policies?
- Adding Policy Links to Your Website
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There is a lot to consider when drafting your Business Policies.
Because of this, we recommend conducting your own review of whether your business and website require compliance with specific policies and laws.
This can include privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It may also involve various rules, guidelines, and laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), any and all accessibility guidelines or laws, automatic renewal or subscription rules, sales tax rules, the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) and more.
We know, it's a little intimidating (or a lot, let's be honest).
And it may not cover all the rules, laws, and guidelines that can apply to your specific business.
But it is important to remember that these policies are meant to help you create an honest, transparent, and accessible brand to build a loyal, trusting relationship between you and your customers.
As entrepreneurs, experts, and influencers, you are the owner of your business.
Here at Kajabi, our mission is to provide the tools to empower you to achieve success online. Although we provide resources and tools, we cannot provide you with any legal advice. Your use of this information is done at your own risk as you take ownership of your business policies.
Disclaimer: Kajabi and any of its employees, contractors, or attorneys participating in providing the information contained in this Article or elsewhere on our website expressly disclaim any warranty.
As owners of your business and brand, please review your policies carefully before adding them to your site as you are not only responsible for including the appropriate policies on your website but are also responsible for following your published policies.
Need Help Crafting your Business Policies?
If you would like assistance customizing policies appropriate to your business, we recommend visiting:
If you are just starting out and looking for free policies, TermsFeed offers those too! Head to Resources in their navigation and select Templates. As your business grows, we definitely recommend paying the one-time fee to customize your policies.
2. Online policy generator services of your choosing.
3. Contacting a legal advisor in your jurisdiction.
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- Open the Website tab from the Dashboard.
- Click Pages.
- Navigate to the top right corner and click + New Page.
- Select the Policies template.
- Click Get Started.
- Click Create:
Adding Policy Links to Your Website
Then, add your link to your Website Navigation Menu:
- Open the Website tab from the Dashboard.
- Click Navigation.
- Create a New Navigation Menu or locate an existing Menu. (We recommend selecting a Menu specifically created for your Page Footer.)
- Click + Add Link.
- Select Link.
- Enter the Name of your Link that will be visible to your site visitors.
- Then, paste your copied Page Link to the Path or URL field.
- Click Save to apply:
After adding your policies page to your desired Website Navigation Menu, simply select the Menu when customizing your Pages.