Online businesses aren’t immune to the laws, regulations, and rules that traditional brick-and-mortar businesses have to follow – despite what some “armchair legal experts” may have told you in a Facebook group chat. On top of that, there are some rules that apply specifically to online businesses and the ways that they grow. In order to make sure you are legally protected in ALL aspects of your business, let’s go over six specific things that online businesses need to do to be run in a legally legit™️, safe, and protected way.
In this episode, you'll hear…
04:49 - The similarities and differences between starting an online business and brick and mortar
09:38 - How scope of practice changes when you’re working online
12:43 - Why you must legally protect your website
18:11 - The contracts you need to have in place
23:46 - Why you need business insurance for your online services
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SamCart // what I use for my checkout pages and payment processing and LOVE. And no, not because it’s my name.
ConvertKit // what I use to build my email list, send emails to my list, and create opt-in forms & pages.
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