If you don’t have a website…It’s time to get one!

The business world of business now requires you to build and operate at least some internet presence.  The internet is now a far more powerful business generation tool than the Yellow Pages or any other medium for generating customers.  You need to take advantage of the power of the internet and The Collins Firm has the experience to help your business navigate the legal waters of ecommerce.

In order to build your web presence, you’ll need some key documents and forms that The Collins Firm can help you identify and refine.  Here is a short analysis of the documents you need to get your business off the ground:

1.  Privacy Policy – Because the internet is truly forever, you need to assure visitors to your site that you have a privacy policy and that you respect visitor and customer privacy.  Every company treats customer information differently so the Privacy Policy must be custom tailored to meet the specific needs of your business.

2. Terms and Conditions – The Terms and Conditions document is an important part of your business website as it specifies the way that you do business and the obligations your company is willing to take on in order to operate a business arrangement.  The Terms document must be custom tailored to meet the needs of your business and specific operations, so you’ll need to work with an attorney like The Collins Firm to make sure the Terms page meets your needs.

3.  Acceptable Use Policy – The Acceptable Use Policy is another document that is vital for a service based business with an internet presence.  This document sets the standards for what a customer may or may not do with the service that is being sold and as the name implies, outlines acceptable uses of the service.

The Collins Firm has years of experience assisting companies build and grow their internet based businesses and developing the kinds of forms and documents that will help you get the most from the potential of internet business.

For more information or call for a free telephone consultation at 404-214-6070 or email The Collins Firm for more information!

 

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