Rehmat Alam A blogger who has fallen in love with coding! Here at SupportiveHands.net, I share things that relate to coding, servers, E-marketing, and other related fields.

Google AdSense Free Online Privacy Policy Generator

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Google requires every AdSense publisher to disclose a privacy policy page for the website or blog being monetized through AdSense. If you are facing difficulties in writing a privacy policy for your website/blog or don’t have any idea where to start and what to write in, then use below online AdSense privacy policy generator which will compose a privacy policy for your website/blog in just a click. Although it is better to write a privacy policy by your own, but if you can’t manage to write one, below tool will compose a privacy policy for you.

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Why You Need a Privacy Policy Page?

When you use Google AdSense or any other sort of advertising program on your website or blog, they set cookies on your visitors’ browsers and the cookies collect some sort of information about the visitors’ device. Google needs you to disclose that your site is collecting some sort of information about the visitor and without having a privacy policy, Google mostly doesn’t accept websites and blogs in its program. Some sites even loss AdSense for not having a privacy policy page. So you must have a privacy policy defined for your website to ensure that you stay long with AdSense.

Here is the tool which I recommend when someone asks how to create a privacy policy page for AdSense.

SERPRank Free Google AdSense Privacy Policy Generator

SERPRank has an easy-to-use privacy policy generator which can be used to create a privacy policy page for Google AdSense, ClickBank, Azoogle, CJ, Chitika, Amazon and other advertising programs. To create a privacy policy using SERPRank’s online privacy policy generator, simply visit http://www.serprank.com/privacy-policy-generator/, enter your website URL and email in concerned boxes, choose the advertising programs you are using on your website or blog and then click “Create my Privacy Policy” button at bottom of the form.

After the privacy policy is generated, copy the text and paste it in a new page on your website/blog. Don’t forget to put the privacy policy page in navigation or footer links to ensure that the privacy policy is disclosed on your website/blog exactly how AdSense wants to see it.

As the tool is extremely easy-to-use and creates the privacy policy in just a single click, so you must not face any difficulty  in using it. Still if you have questions, you can ask me in comments.

More: You can also use TermsFeed’s Privacy Policy Generator for this purpose. I’m mentioning this service in thanks to John who shared some valuable information regarding with Google AdSense cookies in comments below.

Rehmat Alam A blogger who has fallen in love with coding! Here at SupportiveHands.net, I share things that relate to coding, servers, E-marketing, and other related fields.

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5 Replies to “Google AdSense Free Online Privacy Policy Generator”

  1. Rehmat,

    Another tip I have for Google AdSense users is that you need to disclose the usage of the DoubleClick cookie, besides the general “Cookies” clause which notifies users that your site is storing cookies files on users’ computers.

    Also, if you use Remarketing from AdWords, you’ll also need to include a clause for that purpose, e.g. Remarketing Clause, to notify your users that you’ll show ads based on their visits to your site.

    1. Hey John,
      Thank you for mentioning this.. I forgot to mention “DoubleClick cookie”.. And thank you so much for additional valuable info 🙂

  2. Very nice article. I just want to ask that these sites are generating policies for lot of people so everyone paste this in his website, so when we will also paste the 95% same policies in our website,will this not come in plagiarism. Google will not consider this a copy paste content????

    Regards,

    http://www.onstuff.net

    1. Hi Faizan bro,
      You have asked a nice question…. Yes the content is duplicate but a single page doesn’t create any problems + never let your privacy policy page to be indexed by Google. But it would be great if you can write the privacy policy by your own. The tools are for just helping those who don’t have any idea on how to write a privacy policy… 🙂

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