Like you, I am a Wordpress website owner. I’m just an individual: I’m not a fancy shmacny company with a million dedicated employees. And like you, I don’t have the funds to hire an attorney to figure out exactly what I need to do to become GDPR compliant.
And let’s be honest: I don’t have $$ to throw away on someone else’s GDPR “solution” that may or may not even give me what I need.
I’m guessing you can relate to that too, which is why I put together an ecourse/toolkit/resource area just for you.
It’s a no-frills place to find out pretty much all the info you need to help your website become GDPR compliant.
The GDPR Essentials For Wordpress eCourse Includes:
- 14 concise lessons that give you all the info you need, with none of the legal jargon and mumbo jumbo
- a simple checklist to follow along with the course and track your progress
- a data collection processes worksheet to help you track what third parties you use, what data they collect, and how it is used
Let's Talk $:
I believe everyone should be able to own and operate a website, regardless of how much money they’ve got in the bank. That’s why I want to keep the price of this ecourse super, ridiculously low.
I’ve seen similar offerings for sale starting at $99. I can’t get on board with that.
That’s why I want to offer you all of this for just $10.
We Cover All This:
GDPR basics: what it is and why it it is in existence
Everything you need to know about email marketing: how to check if your sign-up forms are GDPR compliant; how to modify them so they are; what to do with your existing subscribers (can you keep emailing them or not?)
Everything you need to know about GDPR-friendly contact forms
Everything about third parties and how you can use them and still remain GDPR compliant
How to keep using Google Analytics to track your stats — but not get fined by the GDPR police
What to do if you sell products through your site
Wordpress’s new GDPR tools: what they are and how to use ‘em
What you need to do in the case of a data breach