This is going to sound like it was thrown together in a hurry, and that’s because it was. I mean, if I hear GDPR one more time…. But, seriously, it’s our responsibility as business owners to make sure we comply. So I’m sharing these WooCommerce & Convert Kit GDPR Compliance Tutorials with you today, in hopes they help you along your journey to covering all your bases. Let’s get to it!
With WooCommerce it’s pretty simple, you’ll take the following steps:
- From your WordPress Dashboard select Appearance > Customize
- Then select WooCommerce
- Then select Checkout.
- Make sure you click publish to save your changes.
You’ll now have something like this on your checkout page:
If you use Convert Kit – They’ve added a really neat simple feature you can access via your account settings page. I’ve just double checked this works with the eNews Subscription Widget, so you’d be good to go for your opt-ins.
*obligatory disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and definitely not your go-to source for GDPR compliance, I’m just like you, learning as much as I can and doing as much as I can to ensure I’m covered. The above are simply tutorials to help you along your way.
For more information from Convert Kit on how they’re handling GDPR compliance: https://help.convertkit.com/article/661-compliance-with-gdpr
For more information from WooCommerce on how they’re handling GDPR compliance: https://woocommerce.com/gdpr/
For a more comprehensive breakdown and explanation of GDPR you’ll want to check out my friend David’s blog post, it’s a wealth of information: https://clickwp.com/blog/gdpr-commitment-over-compliance/
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