1. Content

A content clause is not only for blog websites but for any website offering descriptions, tips, and/or reviews. To limit the liability of possibly writing outdated or wrong information, it is best to include a clause that limits the author’s liability from anything written in their content.

Content. The opinions, advice, recommendations, reviews, descriptions, and any other writings on this website (the “Content”) are solely of our own opinion. Therefore, the Content shall, in no way, be used against us or should be made liable for any harm or damages caused. If you feel any of the Content is false and should be corrected, please write the author by using the content methods available on the website.

2. Advertisements

Advertisements are commercial links served by ad networks, such as Google AdSense, that show links to products and services that best match the user’s interests by using their browsing history. If a website has advertisements, it should be mentioned the website’s intent and benefit of such usage.

Advertisements. In the event that we host, display, recommend, or link to websites or services exchange for a fee (“advertisements”), it shall be known that such websites and services are often not known to us and are provided via advertisement networks based off user data. We do not own or control such advertisements and, therefore, assume no responsibility for the content, privacy policies, terms of use, practices, services, experiences, activities, or any other acts. Our only affiliation with such advertisements is payment per display, clicks, or any other monetary benefit in accordance with its terms and conditions or affiliate terms. Any advertisements used are subject to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) policies, outlined in Section 8(b) of this Agreement, and that there will be no refund or any other compensation related to a DMCA takedown of said advertisements. Our relationship with advertisers begins and ends with us providing space for the placement of advertisements.

3. Affiliate Links

Affiliate links allow a website to recommend products and services by linking to a 3rd party in exchange for a fee (based on sales). An affiliate link is commonly placed in content that is related to its subject matter that appears to be a recommendation of said product or service (e.g. article about camping and recommending specific tents).

Like advertisements, the website does not want to be liable for recommending any products or services that may not be as described. Therefore, a clause limiting liability is recommended.

Affiliate Links. We may have paid 3rd party links recommending products and services within the content of our website. It is recognized that we may be paid per click (PPC), per signup, or based on the sales we refer.  In no way are we liable for the quality, accuracy, or if any offering fits its intended purpose. You are solely responsible, as a consumer, for any offering purchased via an affiliate link and any liability shall be solely on you or between you and the seller.

4. 3rd Party Links

Having a clause recognizing that 3rd party links, paid or unpaid, are solely for reference and to add to the quality of the content is recommended. In no way is the website or the content’s author recommending the destination URL in a manner that would deem it liable for any of the information, products, or services mentioned.

3rd Party Website Links. Our website may include links to 3rd party URLs. Any link that references such 3rd parties is not an endorsement of any services or the accuracy of the information displayed. If you decide to visit a 3rd party website, you shall be subject to their terms and conditions, end-user license agreements, and privacy policies. We are not responsible for any loss or damages arising out of visiting a 3rd party website or by use of their products, services, or any other offerings.

5. Selling Products or Services

The selling of products and services (offerings) is common on WordPress websites using additional eCommerce platforms like WooCommerce and Shopify. The terms for the offerings should include any warranties, if any, and if there is a refund policy. If it’s a product, the terms regarding shipping should also be mentioned.

Offerings. It should be known that we offer ☐ products ☐ services (“Offerings”) on our website. The payment options available are the options presented on the checkout pages and any warranties made, if any, are those described in the product description. Unless otherwise stated, any Offerings made are on an as-is, where-is basis with no additional warranty offered. If any products are sold, they shall be shipped or picked up by the customer in the manner or method described in the checkout process.

6. Subscription Service

A subscription service is a payment accepted for any type of software, content, or any type of service offered. Also known as “Software as a Service” or “SaaS,” it allows a user to pay for premium features on a monthly or annual basis.

Most subscription services offer a ‘free trial’ that allows a user to “try” the services as if they were on a paid plan but use for a free and limited period. After the trial period ends, the user will be converted to a paid plan or lose access to such features.

Popular subscription services are Amazon Prime for access to premium pricing and shipping options and Adobe Creative Cloud for SaaS products.

Subscription Service. We may provide features, memberships, offers, and access to premium content, software, or any other access to products and services for payment (“Subscription”). We may offer access to our Subscription for a limited time period to new users or how we see fit (“Free Trial”). This Free Trial may be revoked at any time and without notice in our sole discretion. After the Free Trial period is over, the Subscription is available as a paid method to continue access.

Pricing for the Subscription is shown on the pricing page or in the checkout area at the time of purchase, unless other pricing is offered. No refunds shall be administered unless we determine, in our sole discretion, that such refund is worthy.

7. Account / Profile Creation

If a WordPress website has the ability to make an account or profile, the user should be made aware of its rules and restrictions. If any personal information is required as part of creating a profile, such disclosure of personal information should be mentioned in website’s privacy policy.

Account and Profile Creation. It may be required to make an account to access certain content, features, and software of the website or to comment and provide feedback. The creation of an account may require a username or e-mail and password in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

You, as a user of the website, are solely responsible for the information associated with the your account, including anything uploaded, commented, reviewed, or any other type of feature or access permitted. You must maintain the security of your account and if we determine the account to be comprimised in any way, it shall be terminated.

We reserve the right to terminate your account at any time and in our sole discretion.