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Here are the Consequences of not being GDPR compliant.

Fine of up to Europ 20 Million or 4% of your global revenue. Whichever is GREATER
Not being able to sell to customers from EU or serve them in any other way.
Not being able to monetize EU based customers through ads or other means.
Severe legal costs and hassles that will stop you from focusing on your business.

You got the most viable fix for GDPR for your blog. Congratulations!  But GDPR is a complicated beast and more always needs to be done.

Do you have an answer for these questions?

  • What is your privacy policy? Do you have a GDPR compliant one?
  • Do you know how to set up GDPR compliant terms and conditions?
  • Do you have a GDPR compliant system to let people opt out of your lists?
  • Do you have a way to collect your leads in a GDPR compliant manner?

If the answer to any of these questions is no, the read on cause you really need what I am about to show you.

Get A GDPR Compliant Default Privacy Policy

If you consult a law-firm or even an documentation company to write you a GDPR compliant privacy policy, it’s gonna cost you several hundred dollars. Yes, it won’t be cheap and you’ll need to consult a lawyer who’s well versed in GDPR. That’s not so easy to find.

Don’t take the risk when we can give you a ready made solution.

We made the effort of consulting an expert and getting a GDPR ready privacy policy and you can just grab it and put it on your blog.

Get A GDPR Compliant Default Terms & Conditions Policy

Yes, Terms and Conditions are another complicated beast that you’ll need to handle. Get them wrong and you might be inviting yourself a lot of trouble.

Don’t do that, get our default GDPR compatible Terms and Conditions policy and protect yourself.

Get Your WP GDPR Fix Unsubscribe Feature

Not everyone builds a list from their blog, but if you do that then you absolutely need this feature.

Email-optout is not enough in GDPR. You also need to give people a way on your website for opt-out. It’s a problem if you don’t have that provision so don’t work without if you grab leads on your blog.

With this upgrade you will be able to give your visitors a place to opt out, and inside the admin you will get a complete list of the people who have opted out so that you can quickly delete them from your list.

Must have if you into list-building.

Important : Not Being GDPR Compliant Can Shut Your Business Down

Check #1 : Do you REALLY Need To Be GDPR Compliant?

If people from European union can visit
and interact with your site, you need to be compliant.
If people from EU can sign up as leads on your site
or give you their data in any other way, you need to be compliant.
If your site makes use of any cookies
or has any 3rd party integrations that uses cookies (Facebook pixel, analytics etc.)
It doesn’t matter whether you sell anything to EU people
or not. If they can access, you gotta be compliant.

DO NOT TAKE GDPR LIGHTLY – Your Business Depends on Your Decisions

Little Mistakes Can COST YOU BIG

If you’ve logged in lately into any big-name website. Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Basecamp, Freshdesk… Everyone, yes, everyone has updated their Terms of service and have made changes to the website according to the requirements of GDPR.

They’ve covered themselves, but have you?

If the answer is no, you’re running a serious risk.

GDPR does not require you to be a European citizen, or for you to be a European based business to find you guilty and impose a violation.

Nope, they can do it even if you’re located across the Pacific ocean and have absolutely no care what’s happening in France.

You don’t even have to sell anything to European customers.

If European people can surf your site (can you stop them?), you are liable to adhere to GDPR rules.

You can’t escape it either. Nope… Because like it or not, your country has a legal agreement about law enforcement with EU and all other larger countries. So you’ll have to face the consequences.

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will this work with any WordPress site?

A. Yes, just about any. Even if you have customized the script in permissible manner or you have a custom version of WordPress. As long as you can install plugins, it should work.

Q. Do I have to be technical to use this?

A. No, it’s made to be simple. We’ve done a deep study of the policy and requirements so you don’t have to.

Q. Will it be improved?

A. Yes, like any policy GDPR will evolve. Your purchase gives you one year of free upgrade. We will keep enhancing the plugin as required and you will get the upgrade.

Q. Will it work with future versions of WordPress?

A. Yes, like we said, we will keep enhancing it as situation changes and you will get free upgrades for one year.

Q. Can I install it myself?

Sure! As long as you know enough WordPress to install a Plugin you can do this. No need to hire a tech.

Important : This plugin may not be 100% enough to meet the complete GDPR requirements of your business. Please make sure you get an independent review done by an expert to understand what other measures you might need to take in addition to this plugin.