How To Generate and Add Terms and Conditions Page in Blogger and WordPress Blogs


Adding Terms and Conditions page in your blogger or wordpress blog talks about the agreement that includes the terms, the rules and the guidelines of acceptable behavior, plus other useful sections, to which users must agree in order to use or access your website and mobile app.

Terms and conditions page is an important page for your blog. It helps your blog visitors know how to relate with your blog in a fair manner. Terms and conditions page can also get your AdSense account approved quick and easily. Though, you need to set up your privacy policy and term & conditions page before submitting an application to AdSense to get approval. Whereas, I enjoyed writing how to create a privacy policy page for your blog (to get quick adsense approval).


Serparank is my best platform where i will recommend newbie bloggers to generate their terms & conditions page as well as privacy policy page for your blogger or WordPress blogs.


How To Generate  Terms and Conditions 


Go to www.serprank.com/member-tools/terms-and-conditions-generator/

Create an account with them, then go back to the link above and log in.

In the Terms and conditions page, fill the given form as required.

  • Your website url
  • Email address
  • Privacy policy page link. If you don't have, click here to create today, then input the link in the provided section. Last option isn't necessary choose anyone.
  • Choose your preferred date structure. 


After filling the required, click "Generate my terms & conditions".

Wait for few seconds..... Your terms and conditions text will be generated. You can copy it and add it to your page.

You can also grab the html text of your terms and conditions and embed it in your blog static page.


How To Add Terms and Conditions Page in Blogger and WordPress. 


To add your generated terms and conditions text to your blog, you have to create a static page in your blog be it Blogger or WordPress. 

Read : 
==> How To Create A Static Page in Blogger
==> Creating Static Pages in WordPress Blog (Beginners Guide)

If you choose to use the html text, you have to switch to the html section of your blogger or WordPress blog.

I hope this helps
Cheers! 





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