Having a Private Policy Page as well as a Terms Of Service Page on your blog or website is a must these days (or may be just a trend)! And I know, you want the best private policy generator out there absolutely for free, right? Well, don’t worry. You will not have to spend a minute out of your precious time looking for it, because I have done it for you!
I tried many different plugins as well as online private policy creators over the years, but all were lacking one thing or the other. The ones which seemed to be very well requested some money (and if you know me, you must know that I don’t like to spend a single dime out of my pocket) which of course they do deserve, but it’s just that I am not currently in a position to spend unnecessary money on this blog’s development. But finally, after doing a lot of searches on Google, I found “LEGULL PLUGIN” (www.legull.com), which is exactly what I was looking for since months!
Features Of Legull Plugin
(As Evaluated By Me):
- 100% Free. This is definitely a very very good thing, at least for me.
- Only for WordPress (But if you want to use it for your website, you can do that as well. You will have to create a demo WordPress site somewhere, install Legull on it and create the Private Policy and Terms of Service according to your website there. Then, you may copy it after modifying it according to your website’s requirements and put it on your website!)
- Private Policy and Terms of Service generated by this awesome plugin are very detailed and are accurate in mentioning each and every minor stuff. They are quite lengthy which make them look super professional!
- Plugin is light weight and easily navigable, and after you’ve generated Private Policy and Terms of Service for your blog/website using Legull, you may even remove the Legull plugin if you really want to do so (although I would not recommend it, because if in the future you want to update your Private Policy and Terms of Service again, it will be easier). Normally this plugin should work for everyone without causing any WordPress crashes or something like that. So you don’t need to make backup of your WordPress blog/website before installing this plugin if you are suspicious that it might cause some trouble, because it won’t.
Below I have uploaded some screenshots of the Legull plugin for you people:
As you can see, there are a variety of questions which Legull asks you before creating the Private Policy and Terms of Service for your website or blog. And after creating these pages, you can easily edit them as you may deem fit. You may also check out the Private Policy Page as well as the Terms of Service Page on this blog if you are curious, as they were also created using a lot of help from the Legull plugin.
I hope you liked this plugin (actually, I am pretty sure you frickin’ loved it if you tried it). Comment below about your experiences with this plugin or if you know some Private Policy Generator(s) which is/are better alternatives to the ‘Legull plugin for WordPress’ (highly unlikely).
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