Let’s take a more in-depth look at the three web pages I recommend adding to your website to help with trust:
The Disclaimer page essentially says that the content on your web site is informational in nature, and visitors need to make their own opinion when it comes to the trustworthiness of the content on your web site.
In other words, the information you provide is not something that, for example, could be considered legal or healthcare advice–they need to make up their own mind when using the information on your site to make decisions. The disclaimer attempts to tell the visitor that the owner of the website is not liable for any damages. If you have an informational site and you provide information that someone uses for a particular purpose, and that advice causes harm, then the website owner isn’t liable for damages. In the disclaimer, it may also add information about advertisers, such as the fact that ads that appear on the web site are not necessarily considered endorsements. This may be important if the site contains reviews or advertisements.
Adding These Pages Help Establish Trust