Download an attorney-drafted website advertising agreement today and start protecting your online business.
A website owner should not agree to put up any advertising on their website based on a verbal agreement. By doing so, the website owner increases their chances of legal problems, including being sued.
A well-drafted website advertising agreement is good protection for both the website owner and the advertiser.
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Our disclaimers and policies are drafted by attorneys to help keep you in compliance with the laws that govern websites and blogs. You have immediate access to all documents after ordering. See ordering options at bottom of the page. Questions? Call 1-800-963-2902 from 9:00am - 7:00pm CST (Mon – Sat).
Advertising on a website typically takes the form of “banner ads” and “text ads” consisting of graphics or some type of text links and can be placed anywhere on a website.
Many things can go wrong with website advertising. However, unlike traditional advertising, website advertising can cause even more problems, such as theft of user credit card and personal information or viruses being transmitted to a user’s computer.
Or, worse, the advertising website could contain misleading or deceptive information that causes harm to the user. There is a long list of potential legal problems you could face as a business owner who sells advertising on your website.
What can you do to protect yourself?
Put the terms of your advertising arrangement in writing.
Our advertising agreement was drafted by an attorney experienced in Internet law to help prevent lawsuits and the types of legal problems listed above.
Our website advertising agreement covers these topics:
- Service provided
- Type of advertising
- Responsibilities of advertiser
- Fees for services
- Warranty or guarantee
- Limitation of liability
- Invalidity of provision
- Length of agreement
- No other relationship
- Effect on other parties
- No other agreement
A website advertising agreement gives a website owner definitive legal rights. The website owner can legally limit their liability to the advertiser, control how the advertising looks, where it will be displayed, and even make the advertiser liable for the issues discussed above.
This agreement also lets the website owner set terms such as pricing, length of advertising, and causes for removal of advertising from the owner’s website.
An attorney-drafted website advertising agreement will go a long way in protecting you from legal problems as the owner of a website.
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