When you start a blog, you want to make sure that you are doing everything correctly so that your readers can trust what you have to say.
The first thing to do is to make sure that your blog disclaimer is clear and concise. This should include the following information:
1. Who is the author?
2. What is the blog’s purpose?
3. What are the author’s credentials?
4. What is the source of any information or images used on the blog?
5. Are any opinions expressed by the author?
Is any commercial activity taking place on the blog?
7. Is personal information being shared on the blog?
8. Will comments be moderated?
9. Are links provided to other websites for more information?
10. Will contact information be provided for people who have questions about the blog content or for people who would like to recommend posts to readers?.
Conclusions: A good disclaimer will answer all of these questions and more, ensuring that readers can trust what they are reading on your blog. Make sure that your disclaimer is clear and concise, and make sure that it states who the author is, what the blog’s purpose is, what credentials the author has, where any information or images used on the blog came from, whether there are opinions expressed by the author and whether any commercial activity is taking place on the blog, as well as whether personal information will be shared on the blog and if contact information will be provided for people who have questions or would like to recommend posts to readers.