Organise your ideas into groups of related topics, which might relate to issues such as privacy, copyright, affiliations and partners, refunds and complaints. Write your terms and conditions in a clear, user-friendly voice, or use a service such as Snapterms to create them for you.
You may think your blog doesn’t require a Disclaimer, but this page, no mater how brief, is an important aspect of protecting yourself legally. A Disclaimer page is a space to assert that the content on your website is informational, but visitors should use their own discretion when using the content on your site. In other words – you will not be liable for any damages should someone use information from your site, and that information causes harm.
While this might not seem immediately relevant, consider the consequences of someone taking a post on your site to be legal or healthcare advice. It’s crucial to express that while your content is informational, readers must use discretion when using the information on your site to make decisions.
Similarly, you may want to include a note about advertising, explaining that advertisements or reviews on your website may not be considered endorsements.