Here are four things you need to know before you launch your website.
- Make certain your website is accessible to your clients. That is why regular testing and upgrading is so very important. One example: if your clientele is primarily those with disabilities, your site better be set up to accommodate them or the federal government could shut you down.
- Copyright protection. Okay, so you shouldn’t worry so much about this since you write your own content from scratch. Are you sure? Have you ever read anything about the topic you are writing about? Do you know for certain you are not using some of their phrases? Simply put this is not a requirement as much as it is: 1) assurance you are doing all you can to be original (you can even post a logo of which ever service (Copyscape, plagiarism.org, copyrightspot.com, etc.) you use to prove this to your visitors) and 2) protecting yourself from copyright infringement.
The topics of website regulation should not be treated with any flippancy. As states, the federal government, and even the global commission whom implement the WWW regulations, rules, and laws will continually update how you can legally operate on the Internet. Just like owning a business, but with more oversight since your online store/site is theoretically accessible by anyone in the world.
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