At aprompt, we love making great looking secure websites for our customers, but data privacy and “legal stuff” is important for any professional business and this has to be addressed.
This applies to all business websites from simple CMS websites and eCommerce websites to a one page website or landing page. And the same applies whether you’re using a website template or a custom website design.
You might want to find out more about GDPR by reading one of our earlier blog posts: What is GDPR
If you use your website for lead generation to create sales, for example, then it needs to include what you will do with their contact details. Similarly, eCommerce websites need to cover data privacy when someone is ordering products online.
It’s important to work with a web design company that knows how to get the right balance between having a great-looking website that’s easy to use and having a website that protects the privacy of its visitors.
Adding privacy policies to websites
Web designers and eCommerce website developers are unlikely to be aware of any changes that you have made to your internal processes so don’t rely on them to prompt you to make changes.
If you need to make changes to your policy after reviewing it, get in touch with your web design company immediately so that they can update the website, or just log in to your admin area to make the changes if you have a custom website design from aprompt.
If you need a new website or are considering updating your current site then aprompt can help. We work with clients to make sure that their websites attract new visitors and that their sites are GDPR compliant.
Give us a call on 01249 448 139 today to find out more.