How to prepare website to GDPR

QuestionsHow to prepare website to GDPR
dako77 asked 1 year ago

Hello, I found many advices about preparing to GDPR. But I see many differences between them.
Is it necessary to have something like popup at the bottom of the page, where visitor must to Agree with cookies,etc…? And visitor need to agree with Google Analytics, Facebook cookies,…

Or everything will be OK, if I only edit Privacy Policy page? ๐Ÿ™‚ I will add only information about cookies, which I use, how long,… Edit posibillity to contact me for deleting their data,…

Can you advice me? And do you know good worpdress plugins for this? ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

3 Answers
Adam @ WPCrafter Staff answered 1 year ago

Not sure if you are subscribed to my YouTube channel, but here is one of 2 videos I have already created on the GDPR and how to prepare.

Daniel Doherty answered 1 year ago

Thanks for the video Adam. Appreciated.
Like you said there a lot of people doing this Cookie thing now on their sites. Is that required?
If so would you install a Plugin like this for the notification:


Or use something like Lead Converter Pro that pops up a banner with the same info on it? Using an existing tool vs installing another Plugin.
Is the new version of WordPress enough? Do we need to have this Cookie Policy option?

Daniel Doherty answered 1 year ago

Thanks Adam,
Yes I am subscribed ๐Ÿ™‚ and watched these already.
I'll go back to the part that spoke about the Cookie popups. I just wondered whether it's best to worry about having a simple pop up and do it via a separate GDPR plugin or Leads Converter Pro (as they have a pop-up system) that might be able to be used too when someone visits the site?


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