How to Create Privacy Policy Page for your website


Privacy policy is one of the most critical parts when it comes to consider the legal aspect of blogging. Probably you would have already noticed almost all online business; regardless it’s small or big, it has its own Privacy policy page, Privacy-policywhich basically represents a disclosure of legal aspects about how the website collects visitors browsing and log information. It’s a kind of disclosure of tracking user activity by keeping log files and even letting third party user like Google AdSense use the cookies for commercial purpose.


Why every blogger should have a privacy policy page:

I have already explained why every blogger should have a Privacy Policy page in order to get his AdSense account approved. Google has clearly stated in their terms and conditions page, you have to have a privacy Policy page in your blog, if you want to participate in AdSense affiliated program. Failure to do so will result disapproval of your affiliated canditure request. Most of the new comers in blogosphere miss out this point and wonder why their AdSense account is not getting approved.

Well, not only for commercial purpose but it also increases the trustworthiness of the website which eventually enhances the visibility among visitors. I guess probably you know by now why it is so important to create privacy policy page in your blog.

I would love to suggest you not to write your privacy policy page by your own unless you’re a law student. Lot of technical law related stuffs are included in privacy page, so better you should not take any chances. You can do it by a professional lawyer but that would cost you some precious bucks. I guess you probably don’t like that idea too, so here I’m going to show you how you can make a privacy policy page for free.

How to Create Privacy Policy Page for your website

Creating a privacy policy page for your blog is quite simply. There are numbers of third party privacy policy generator websites out there on web. Some of them are quite complex as because they have so many options which are quite difficult to understand. It’s always better to choose something which is simple yet serve all our purposes. So, I’m going to pick just like two of them and show you the procedure in detail.

Method one: 

1. Go to

2. Navigate to Privacy policy. ( You can even create Terms and Conditions, return and refund policy as well)

3. Click on ‘get started’.

4. Select website and click on ‘next step’.

5.  On the next page you will be getting questions related to your website and how you want to collect data from your visitors. Check the boxes which are applicable.

6. Click next and hit ‘Generate Privacy policy‘ for your website. On the next page you will be getting a customized Privacy policy for your website in HTML format. Copy and paste that on your web page.

Method two: 

1. Head on to privacy policy generator by SerpRank


2. In ‘GENERAL SITE INFORMATION‘ input your website name and e-mail address on which you will be getting Privacy policy related quarries, if there is any.

3. In ‘USE OF COOKIES‘ section select whether you use cookies or not. If you are using any third party add serving network, certainly you do.

4. This privacy policy generator by default generates policy for AdSense. If you use any other advertiser, select them from the options and it will add those in your generated policy page.

5. Once your are done with above mentions steps hit ‘Create my Policy’ button and it will instantly generate a customize privacy policy for your website.

Procedure of adding generated privacy policy to your blog:

  • Create a new page in your blog and paste the entire copied privacy policy in text body section.
  • There you are. Name the page and hit publish button.

It is an important page but not generally visited by users. So it is better to add this page on your blog footer, though you can add it anywhere you like.

I used this method to create privacy policy page in my blog. It’s a simply adequate legal disclosure. If you are looking for some more options on legal aspects to add in your privacy policy page then you can use any of the below mentioned alternatives:


Over to you :

Do you have privacy policy page in your blog? If you do then share with us what method you opted for to Create Privacy Policy. Did you use privacy policy generator or you wrote it by yourself.



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