When you write a disclaimer for your blog, you want to make sure that it is clear to readers what the blog is not and is not representing as fact. A disclaimer should include the following information:
1. The disclaimer should be at the beginning of your blog post, just before the “sign out” or “subscribe” button.
2. The disclaimer should be short, concise and easy to read.
3. The disclaimer should reference specific facts or information about your blog post or about your website as a whole.
4. The disclaimer should be updated regularly, if necessary.
5. You should always use a disclaimer when posting copyrighted material, when representing someone else’s ideas or when making any other claims that may be difficult to verify.
6. When using a disclaimer, make sure that you are being clear and honest with your readers about what you are presenting as fact on your blog and what is simply your opinion.