Should I make a disclaimer page? Or put the disclaimer at the to of every post?

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JeffreyBrown Premium
Good answers here Ladrell!
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AparnaBansal Premium
A Disclaimer is a longish Page. It is better as a page in itself on your website.

Your short disclaimer, should be on each article/post, and also have a button to go to the main Disclaimer Page.
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Suigintou Premium
Thanks a lot!
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Lisa196 Premium
Hi Ladrell,

Great question! I think Ferra's answer covers it really well.

Best,
Lisa
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Suigintou Premium
Thank you!
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EmakAmelia Premium
Hi Ladrell,

It depends on your niche. If you are in the health niche and you're not a doctor or professional health practitioner, then you need to have a Health Disclaimer page. Sometimes you can put it in your website footer as well, a short paragraph to lead people to check on the complete Health Disclaimer page.

Also, we need a Privacy Policy and Affiliate Disclosure page (we have the template in the Site Content). Those are important to have especially before we apply for Google AdSense and other affiliate programs.
Here is a good training: All the best,
Ferra
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Suigintou Premium
Thanks for the help!
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