How to Write a Privacy Policy for Blog or Website

how to write privacy policy for blog
A privacy policy on the web is related to your web policy how you are dealing with the data of users.
Firstly you need to tell them which type of data you are collecting and how and where you are using those data. Usually a website uses cookies, information of comments and web forms they need to know about that data.

Below we have share a simple privacy policy for blogs. You can extend to next level according to need.
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Sample Blog Privacy Policyđź”»

Use the following as a starting point, and amend to suit your blogging practices:

We do not share personal information with third-parties nor do we store information we collect about your visit to this blog for use other than to analyze content performance through the use of cookies, which you can turn off at any time by modifying your Internet browser's settings. We are not responsible for the republishing of the content found on this blog on other Web sites or media without our permission. This privacy policy is subject to change without notice.


Describe Collection of Data:

Describe your users what data you are collecting. Most of the blogger created subscriber forms, contact forms and comment forms. Describe them what you are collecting, later on describe how you use them. Types of data collect by website (e.g. propatel).
  1. Subscription forms (name and email address usually).
  2. Comments forms where user leave the email address, website and name.
  3. Cookies information e.g. analytics, saving regions etc.

Either collected storing information of the users while they are surfing on your blog. How you are dealing with their data and the distribution or usage of their data.  That privacy policy describe how information flow on like some data collected via webmaster or analytics.

If you display third-party ads or collect and share any kind of information about your blog visitors such as email addresses, however, then you need to have a more explicit privacy policy that clearly explains what information you collect and how you use or share it.


Many blog advertising opportunities require you to publish a specific privacy policy on your blog. For example, ​Google AdSense provides specific privacy language to blog publishers that explicitly explains how Google uses information collected about your blog's visitors. Even if you don't participate in an advertising program that requires you to publish a privacy policy, it's a good idea to have one.

A generic sample blog privacy policy is provided below, which you can tweak to publish on your own blog. Keep in mind: This sample blog privacy policy was not written by an attorney, and it's always best to have an attorney provide specific language for the best protection.

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