It’s likely that every website, blog, mobile app, and eCommerce store has a Terms and Conditions agreement posted, and for good reasons.
The Terms and Conditions agreement explains appropriate and allowed the use of the website or app, what users can and can’t do on the site, what user rights are, and what information legally belongs to the company. In order to use the product or service, you must agree to abide by its Terms and Conditions.
Here, we’ll take a closer look at what a Terms and Conditions agreement is and why it’s important to have one for your online business.
By the time you’re finished reading this article, you’ll have a better understanding of the different clauses that should be considered when creating your Terms and Conditions agreement, why they’re important, and how different businesses display Terms and Conditions on their sites.