episode 9: keep copycats away from your website
Does your business have a website? It’s likely that your website is the lifeblood of your business. Your website reveals your logo, your branding, your fonts, colors, and graphics. It’s an important reflection of who you are and what you stand for. It’s a critical asset, and the content on your site is valuable intellectual property that belongs to you. Not only are you allowed to protect it, but you should have Website Terms & Conditions on your site to fall back on if others tread on your creativity and benefit from your work without your consent.
in this episode I share:
- How to protect your website – without turning cold and corporate
- What are Website Terms & Conditions?
- How do your Website Terms & Conditions protect you?
- Where to place the Website Terms & Conditions on your own site
- Why I align Website Terms & Conditions with the heart chakra
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