It really depends on what your content is about and whether there is any kind of risk involved
Risks tend to be alot higher where you have eBook type sales pages where all kinds of hype and cliams of making money are involved. These kind of pages MUST have a disclaimer somewhere
You can also put a disclaimer in the footer of your webpage content if you wish
My own practice is to make a statement that is effectively a disclaimer within the body of the article or content on my site
So when I am writing about horse racing for my site, I will put somewhere in the content, things like - obviously any horse can win a race but... or making money from horse racing is difficult but not impossible etc. Legally the article is taken as a whole, so a disclaimer of this type would probably protect you more than something write at the bottom of the page that people might not see if they didnb scroll down that far
I am putting up content about internet monitoring
software. Once I finish with the content I will publish
it on my website. Then I will submit my site to the
merchant for approval. This type of software is made
by different companies with varying features and rating.
I am just starting out and want to cover all basis.
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