About Jessiefido
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Hi there, I'm a 40 year old English teacher who currently resides in Lyon, France. Teaching English is no longer a passion of mine so I

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Hi everyone!

Like many of my good friends here, I have received recent news that some of my posts have now been indexed by google, great!!

But my problem is that

If you wish you can write it in your own words

Thanks alot for your answer Lisa. I have included the following statement near the top of all my posts;

At "website name", we are not qualified veterinarians or animal nutritionists. The information that we provide is general and educational information only and is not a substitute for professional advice.

Do you think that this covers me adequately, or should I write something else?

THanks for your time.

Sounds perfect to me.

Ok, great!
Thanks again for your imput Lisa and everyone here too!

You can write the disclaimer information in your own words if you'd like friend. All the best!

Ok, I will do, thanks for your help my friend.

A good discussion going on here, Nick! I am watching with interest!

Jeff

That's great Jeff!!
Please feel free to weigh in...

So far, they have said everything that I would suggest, Nick! Make sure though that they are in bold--at least that is what I would do!

Jeff

Thanks Jeff my friend, I was considering bold or italics, or maybe both together!!

What do you think?

All I can say is try and see! You can always tweak it later!

Very true mate, let's see how it goes..

Keep us all posted, Nick!

Jeff

Will do my friend, take care.

Nick

Thanks! You too, Nick!

Jeff

Hi Nick, have you looked at the templates in site content. I have a medical disclaimer on my site because my niche is in health

Michael

Hi Michael, thanks for replying.
I looked at the templates in site content but they only cover affiliate marketing disclosure issues so are different to my needs.

Thanks again for your imput,

Nick

Thanks a lot again Michael, that's a great link with just the information I was looking for.

If you ever need anything (and I have the knowledge to help of course)!! Just let me know.

Nick

You are welcome Nick and I appreciate the offer.

All the best,
Michael

You're welcome my friend.

Hi - take a look at my latest blog post.

Thanks for the advice Diane, interesting blog.
So as I understand it, as long as we write something, even in our own words explaining we are not medical professionals and it is information or point of view only, then we are legally covered?

Thanks again, Nick

Hi - realistically, no disclaimer can entirely protect you from legal action. However, having one on your site, it makes it less likely and shows you have taken a responsible action.

Hi again Diane, that I didn't know!!
So there is no way any of us can be 100% protected?
That is definitely something to think about seriously.
Thank you very much for the info

Nick

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How do I write a disclaimer for my posts?

How do I write a disclaimer for my posts?

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Getting Started

Hi everyone!

Like many of my good friends here, I have received recent news that some of my posts have now been indexed by google, great!!

But my problem is that

If you wish you can write it in your own words

Thanks alot for your answer Lisa. I have included the following statement near the top of all my posts;

At "website name", we are not qualified veterinarians or animal nutritionists. The information that we provide is general and educational information only and is not a substitute for professional advice.

Do you think that this covers me adequately, or should I write something else?

THanks for your time.

Sounds perfect to me.

Ok, great!
Thanks again for your imput Lisa and everyone here too!

You can write the disclaimer information in your own words if you'd like friend. All the best!

Ok, I will do, thanks for your help my friend.

A good discussion going on here, Nick! I am watching with interest!

Jeff

That's great Jeff!!
Please feel free to weigh in...

So far, they have said everything that I would suggest, Nick! Make sure though that they are in bold--at least that is what I would do!

Jeff

Thanks Jeff my friend, I was considering bold or italics, or maybe both together!!

What do you think?

All I can say is try and see! You can always tweak it later!

Very true mate, let's see how it goes..

Keep us all posted, Nick!

Jeff

Will do my friend, take care.

Nick

Thanks! You too, Nick!

Jeff

Hi Nick, have you looked at the templates in site content. I have a medical disclaimer on my site because my niche is in health

Michael

Hi Michael, thanks for replying.
I looked at the templates in site content but they only cover affiliate marketing disclosure issues so are different to my needs.

Thanks again for your imput,

Nick

Thanks a lot again Michael, that's a great link with just the information I was looking for.

If you ever need anything (and I have the knowledge to help of course)!! Just let me know.

Nick

You are welcome Nick and I appreciate the offer.

All the best,
Michael

You're welcome my friend.

Hi - take a look at my latest blog post.

Thanks for the advice Diane, interesting blog.
So as I understand it, as long as we write something, even in our own words explaining we are not medical professionals and it is information or point of view only, then we are legally covered?

Thanks again, Nick

Hi - realistically, no disclaimer can entirely protect you from legal action. However, having one on your site, it makes it less likely and shows you have taken a responsible action.

Hi again Diane, that I didn't know!!
So there is no way any of us can be 100% protected?
That is definitely something to think about seriously.
Thank you very much for the info

Nick

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Hi all members of this fantastic family!
I have a quick question for you all.

I am currently on the second level of the training at the part where we are adding image

I hope that you get it sorted out, Nick!

Jeff

Me too Jeffrey!!

Thanks for commenting.

You're very welcome, Nick! Enjoy your Sunday!

Jeff

Thanks Jeff, you too my friend

😎👍👍

Are you looking at it on s mobile phone, as shouldn't be different if looking at it on a pc.

Hi Geoffrey, I am looking at it on a pc this is where it's different.
I have also looked at it on my mobile but I understand that it will not look the same as a pc.

Thanks for your help.

Hi there,

When you edit a post/page in your wordpress back office, sometimes it can appear differently depending on which theme you're using.

Regarding the image, I think you're doing something wrong. Try to reduce the image seize, and change the alignment. Because if the image is big and you change the alignment, it will not appear the way you want.

So, set the image to medium or thumbnail, and then align it the way you want

Hi Warly,
Thanks a lot for your feedback to my question.

That is definitely some helpful advice and I will try it out.
I will let you all know if this resolves the issues I have been having or not.

Thanks a lot for your imput my friend.

No problem my friend. Let me know if it works

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Why are my posts different when posted to my website?

Why are my posts different when posted to my website?

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Getting Started

Hi all members of this fantastic family!
I have a quick question for you all.

I am currently on the second level of the training at the part where we are adding image

I hope that you get it sorted out, Nick!

Jeff

Me too Jeffrey!!

Thanks for commenting.

You're very welcome, Nick! Enjoy your Sunday!

Jeff

Thanks Jeff, you too my friend

😎👍👍

Are you looking at it on s mobile phone, as shouldn't be different if looking at it on a pc.

Hi Geoffrey, I am looking at it on a pc this is where it's different.
I have also looked at it on my mobile but I understand that it will not look the same as a pc.

Thanks for your help.

Hi there,

When you edit a post/page in your wordpress back office, sometimes it can appear differently depending on which theme you're using.

Regarding the image, I think you're doing something wrong. Try to reduce the image seize, and change the alignment. Because if the image is big and you change the alignment, it will not appear the way you want.

So, set the image to medium or thumbnail, and then align it the way you want

Hi Warly,
Thanks a lot for your feedback to my question.

That is definitely some helpful advice and I will try it out.
I will let you all know if this resolves the issues I have been having or not.

Thanks a lot for your imput my friend.

No problem my friend. Let me know if it works

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