Raquel Sturges

Racquel SturgesRacquel is an artist from San Francisco, California who had not taken any formal training in the field of art.  She started drawing last July 2011 to help her cope with depression due to PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).  She suffered from childhood abuse.

She realized that art brought her peace of mind, giving her relief from the memory of the past which continually haunted her. She found an avenue to tell her story – she was able to express her sadness and pain on paper, not by writing but by producing amazing works.

 

Renso David

Renso David“All things in this world start from humble beginnings. Everyone comes into being with a naked body and a nameless personality. Such a simple truth, but it is powerful enough to amplify a more important reality that speaks of nothingness at birth. Therefore, each person is essentially an artist in his own right, capable of transforming his life from nothingness to a work of art, a masterpiece.”

These are the words that an artist by the name of Rene choose to live by. He is so much in love with art that he incorporates it to the very essence of life.

Rene S. David, or Ney as most people would call him, was born on April 20, 1960. Back then, he was so clueless about what he really wanted in life. He just knew that he was a child named Rene. Until one day, at about the age of five, his grandmother taught him how to properly hold a pencil and write. Upon being able to hold a pencil, however, something snapped in him. He suddenly felt an urge to draw just about anything. Seeing how Ney seemed to love doodling on practically every piece of paper that his hands got to, his grandmother served as the source of motivation which became necessary in building up his potentials. For this reason, he would often make reference to his childhood as the canvas where he learned the basics and initial strokes of art and life.

This fresh potential of his was further nurtured when he entered formal schooling. He took every chance to join competitions such as poster-making contests. Sometimes he won; sometimes he lost. To him, it did not really matter that much. As long as he’s capable of doing what he loved, he would be happy.

In June 1978, he took up Bachelor of Science in Architecture at National University. It wasn’t long when he felt that this course just did not fit him well. Although it involved drawing, he found it to be restricted in that it’s confined to buildings and infrastructures.

Due to some constraints, he was not able to pursue another course. Instead of wasting his time and staying home idly, he tried looking for a decent job. He landed as a comic illustrator.

In 1988, he moved to Guam in search of a greener pasture. There, he was able to work in various companies which include Tropic Tees Shirt Printing Company, Color Plus Sign Company, Designers Local Tees Company, Hakubotan Company, and Pacific Charlie. The tasks he successfully completed were designing brochures and promotional poster for key company clients; conceiving and furnishing the layout for children’s magazine; stylized lettering that was much appreciated when used in client projects; designing t-shirts and logos.

A period of global recession was experienced at around year 2002, the effects of which still felt up to the present. Because of this, he shifted from jobs related to visual arts to those involving construction, specifically working as a house painter. But then, this did not wreak havoc to his passion. Whenever he found free time, he indulged himself to sketching, painting, and digital arts. He even joined various internet groups where he could interact with fellow artists.

In the end, these experiences only proved the art of transforming life from nothingness to a masterpiece – that Rene who’s only a clueless child now became this defined Rene who found meaning and passion.

The above profile was written by Ney himself, making me wonder whether he is a visual artist or a writer… 🙂

 

 

Edgar Bercasio

This profile is submitted by the artist himself to this site. This same profile is also posted at Wikipedia.

Edgar BercasioEdgar Bercasio was born in the Philippines.  He is a portrait artist, a comic book illustrator, and an animation artist who brought to life comic characters and superheroes on the drawing board.

“The human face has fascinated me whether it belongs to royalty or the average person on the street. Each person is unique and has a story to tell.”

When Edgar was 15 years old, his boyhood dream was to be an artist. At 17, survival took precedence over that goal. He struggled to pay for school as grants and scholarships were few and far between, and at times, he had to go without food to pay for art supplies. He found himself often relying on what he called “fast food art:” pen and ink illustrations for magazines, quick sketches and personalized cards, which required little imagination.

Nestor Redondo and Rudy Nebres, then considered the Philippines’ masters of comic book illustrations, took notice of Bercasio’s talent and started bringing work his way from as far away the U.S.A. They were also mentors helping him to sharpen his skills teaching him the basics of comic art. He further honed his talent by taking fine arts at FEATI University (Far Eastern Aeronautical and Technological Institute – Philippines) where he was privileged to study under more talented artists. During his years as a student, he won awards in pen and ink drawing, anatomy and commercial design.

Later, Bercasio obtained commissions from DC National Comics, an American comic book publisher, to do short stories like G.I. Combat, Ghost stories, Tales of the Unexpected series, and House of Mystery. His best work was a stunning “Golden Age Flash” strip in a four-star spectacular comic book he drew when he was 27 years old. Since then, Bercasio’s work has also been published by “Superyor Komiks, “Palos Komiks,” Hiwaga Komiks,” and “Pilipino Komiks.” He also worked on real-life stories of sports icons like Ken Griffey Jr., Wayne Gretzky, Roberto Alomar, Roberto Clemente and Mark Mcguire, all for Revolutionary Comics of San Diego, California.

In Spring 1990, Bercasio and his wife and four children emigrated from the Philippines to Winnipeg, Canada. He was one of the ten Manitoba immigrant artists who participated in “E-merging Cultures,” a juried exhibition of the work of different artists from November 19 to December 11, 1993; his work was shown and exhibited in the Main/Access Gallery (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

Edgar lived in Vancouver for more than two years (1996-1998) in collaboration with local Vancouver artists during which time, he was awarded Best Producer for his “Nilus the Sandman,” ” the Littlest Angel,” and “Shop ’till You Drop,” animated series done at Delaney & Friends Animation Studio. He has been back in Winnipeg for the last seven years working at Palliser’s Logic Division. In his spare time, he continues to pursue his passion, in addition to commissioned art work.

As well, Bercasio has done work for the Filipino community, such as a cover design and illustrations for a language book used to teach children about their Philippine heritage, and a cover illustration for a Philippine Independence Day celebration.

In February 2005, Edgar was chosen from among six talented artists in Winnipeg to create a piece focusing on the immigration and everyday life of Filipinos in WInnipeg. The occasion celebrates a 25-year relationship with Winnipeg and Manila, headed by the then Deputy Mayor and Councilor Mike Pagtakhan, who went to the Philippines to mark the Winnipeg-Manila Sister Cities’ anniversary and strengthen social, cultural, educational and economic ties. Edgar’s painting is titled “Panday Lahi” (Shapes of Generations), depicting the life of Filipinos in Winnipeg, shaping a better future for the next generation of Filipinos growing up in the city. His art work is currently displayed at the Winnipeg Millenium Library as a permanent collection.

Edgar works with different mediums and has a collection of art work, including many sketches, charcoal portraits, oil, water colour, and pen and ink drawings. His themes are varied in nature-people, events and places.

Today, Edgar is happy with what he has achieved for himself and his family. He has once again taken up the brush and is painting furiously. He now finds more time to create and pursue the dictates of his heart and conscience.

 

Romeo Manalo Castro (aka Wally)

Wally CastroRomeo Manalo Castro ( a.k.a Wally )
Born on January 25, 1963 and raised in Pampanga
Studied Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the National University.
Married and blessed with  3 children –  now living in Pasay City with his family.

Visual artist, illustrator, interior and senior graphic designer in one of the private companies in Al Khobar K.S.A since 1995.

Draftsman & Mural artist, in Victoria Court & Anito Group Drive In Hotel Manila from Dec. 1985 to 1991.

First Art Group exhibit held in Jeddah Sept 2000 ( Kulay Pinoy )
Second was in Food & Art Gallery 12f GT Tower, Makati City April 2011 ( Lakbay Kulay Art Group )

Wally says:

“From a young age I had an interest in drawing and painting. As a child I spent many hours in my father’s barber shop observing him and drawing western cowboy while he is waiting for  costumers. Studied and developed the accomplished skills and techniques now so evident in my work. I have been influenced by the Filipino & Italian master painters.

I describe myself as a ‘contemporary realist’. Although my art appears detailed, it is not the detail that interests me, but rather to create paintings that look spontaneous and convey a sense of life. ‘My art covers many aspects of our nature and lifestyle’. Drawing forms the basis for all my work no matter the final medium or application. I’m interested in combining the experiences of observation and imagination and I’m inspired by the potential of small natural forms and structures to suggest vast or other worldly realms.

For me, art is a gift that comes from GOD, He is the Master Supreme Creator of all universe… love & share it … until now I’m still learning to create different dimensions of art.”

 

Fernando M. Salazar

Ranie SalazarFernando M. Salazar (aka Ranie Cute), born on August 23, 1967 under the Virgo sign,  is a native of Lawan Alcantara, Romblon. He came from unpretentious family who left Romblon to live at La Loma, Quezon City where Fernando finished his elementary and secondary education.

Though living comfortably in Romblon, the family chose to rent a small room where they had their kitchen, sala, and bedroom — all rolled into one. This turn of affairs was due to the desire of the family to be with Fernando’s father who at that time was working at the Quiapo Market as pork retailer.

At a young age, he usually passed his time drawing – he started copying komiks left and right, and dreamed of becoming a famous illustrator, just like the brothers, Boy and Mel Capital, Mar Santana, and Hal Santiago.  Pursuing his childhood dream was not that simple. He was filled with misgivings that fine arts was a course for the rich, and even if he would get the opportunity to get through it, he was bothered by the fact that he might not get a job. It strengthened his idea that fine arts was a hobby, not a career. Added to his uncertainties were the expensive materials needed such as canvass, watercolor and other mediums which were necessary to master fine arts.

Some of his classmates in high school took an elective in drafting and they knew how expensive drawing materials were. He did not take the elective because his family was in a bit of a financial crunch. There were six of them going to school and whatever extra the family made was just enough for food.

It was in high school that he got sucked into those “on-the-spot-contests” which pitted him against the more proficient drafting students with their pricey gadgets specifically suited for the contest while he was armed only with a colored pen – but his remarkable talent usually land his entries on the 1st prize.

In spite of his obvious talent in arts, he had to take another course in college. He took up  architecture hoping he can still achieve his dream by applying his talent in drawing to the course. He was right because in architecture there were plates and he did utilize his skill in drawing even if they were only lines and putting colors in them, but it limited him so much as an artist.

Nevertheless, he graduated from architecture and eventually built his own family. He worked for a well-known architectural firm, a company credited for designing high-rise buildings in the Philippines, with such clients as Federal Land, the property unit of Metrobank Group.

As an artist, he pursued his passion by doing portraits for his siblings, his parents, and his friends but due to the demands of his job, he could not have enough time to really get into it —  so he had to set it aside.

When he worked in Saudi Arabia, he had to find something to get his mind off the loneliness of being away from his family, so he used most of his free time to draw. He was able to draw 250 portraits, more or less, for his batch mates in high school. He did not stop there —  he also did portraits for his colleagues at Zaid Al Hussain – he did the portraits of his Filipino and non-Filipino colleagues, and even the managers enjoyed a portrait from him – for FREE!

At the moment, doing portraits is how Fernando battles homesickness – his way of keeping himself occupied so as not to dwell on his loneliness. Arts has always been his passion and so much a part of his being,  and no one can take that away from him. Wherever he is and whatever he does, his art comes out –  his work as a landscape architect in Saudi Arabia proves without a doubt that Fernando Salazar is a natural born artist.

Rusty Tabo is credited for inviting him to join the fun at FPAE. He has picked up some tips and bits from the group to hone his skill in doing portraits.  Now he has joined the Styles, Strokes and Sketches Society as its Technical Head.

 

Jose C. Capital aka Boy Capital

Bot CapitalJose C. Capital, Jr. (aka Boy Capital) was born on October 1, 1950 in Tabaco, Albay and grew up in Pasay City. At the age of 5, he already showed interest in drawing.  Influenced by his older brother, a comics illustrator himself, Boy Capital became the youngest comics illustrator at the age of 13.  His first illustrations were published by BAL Publications.

After high school at Southeastern College, Boy Capital took up Fine Arts at Feati University. He became a fulltime comics illustrator and his works were published by Atlas Publications under the mentorship of Hal Santiago, Nestor Redondo, and his brother Mel.

He was commissioned to do the illustration of a family planning comic book for the  Papua New Guinea government. His achievement did not stop there. With the recommendation of mutual friends, he got into a major advertising firm and became its Art Director.

He moved to the Middle East and held the position of Art Director of BBDO, an international advertising company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia where some of his artworks, concepts and ideas won the most-coveted “GOLDEN SWORD AWARD” in advertising.

He started painting while in Jeddah and among his inspirations were the works of Fernando Amorsolo, Botong Francisco, and Vicente Manansala.

Together with other members of  Pinta Pilipino, they held a group show exhibit for the benefit of lahar victims in the Philippines. The entry piece entitled “A DAY AND THE LIFE”  depicted a busy street just like “Spice of Life” by Larry Alcala. His work was appraised by one of the guest media columnists who compared  it to the works of the famous painter-illustrator Norman Rockwell. His artwork was eventually published in the Saudi Gazette which inspired him even more to pursue his painting career.

In 1998, he decided that Philippines is the place for him to  pursue his passion for painting.  He joined the AAP (Artists Association of the Philippines) and launched his first solo painting exhibit in 2004. The successful exhibit was held at the GSIS Museum with special guest Senator Manny Villar cutting the ribbon.

His next solo exhibit in 2005 featured his sons Joselito and Jonathan as guest artists. It was held at the Manila Adventist Medical Center and School of Arts (formerly Manila Sanitarium and Hospital).

 

Rodolfo Samonte: Simply an Artist

Rodolfo SamonteI was awed, amazed,  and  astonished when I read the profile of Rodolfo Samonte –and I wondered how I can put to words his outstanding achievements in the field of art without repeating what has already been written about him in the Arts and Culture page of the Manila Bulletin.

That’s right! A whole page entitled Rodolfo Samonte: Master Digital Artist Comes Home was dedicated to this Filipino Artist when he put on an  “energized” exhibit of 30 digital art works in the Philippines last December 2011.

I am not into serious arts so I will not even pretend that I understand its technicalities especially when it involves “computer-aided geometric abstractions” (wow … that’s a mouthful) – but I do appreciate beauty so I might be able to add in some “Wow…”, “Amazing…”, “Beautiful…..” when asked what I think of an art work.

Now back to my dilemma – how can I give justice to this world-acclaimed artist and what words do I use to introduce him to the “masang Pilipino” who need to know that there is another reason we can be “Proud to be Pinoy”.

In an  interview done by one of the top art critics of the Philippines with Samonte for the book “Conversations on Philippine Art” published in 1989 by the Cultural Center of the Philippines –  Samonte opened up with:  “I prefer to be called simply an artist.”

With everything that he’s been into (printmaking, graphic designing, photography, lacquered relief painting, silkscreening,  doing woodcuts) — yes, he’s simply an Artist but add award-winning, international, world-class, superb, and all superlatives you can think of because that is all you can say when you see his works of art.

Here are some samples of Rod Samonte’s works. He calls these Painted Photographs:

Visit The Art of Rodolfo Samonte and The Photography of Rodolfo Samonte

 

Building A Traffic Producing Website 2

One thing that most people totally lose sight of is the fact that each and every website is created not as some obscure process to get traffic and earn money, but rather for your visitors. Your visitors who buy from you take action based on your recommendations, and are the ones that engage in your content.

If you cannot provide a quality experience for THEM, then you are not going to appeal to Google and you are not going to build a successful site.

And it all starts with an initial framework of content.


Create your Pages

Your first task is going to be to build out your initial website framework, using content themes that are related to your niche. In the case of my website, I have created the following pages:

  • Diets
  • Exercises
  • Reviews

You only need to initially start with 3 or so content themes. We are going to then be building out our website based on those themes and be creating content within those categories.

So think of it this way. Your initial Pages are going to be the framework, or categories, that you are going to be building content within. For example, going forward, I will likely be creating out many pages/posts relevant to weight loss exercises. There are unlimited things I can write about in relation to this category and as I do create and publish content, I will be adding these to these sections within the menu.

Note that this does not have to be perfect from the start. Your menu will continue to evolve as you build your website and as you progress through the training here (and as you gain a better understanding of your niche). Don’t worry about being perfect, your ideas are GOOD ideas 🙂

Organize Your Menu

Organize your website in a way that would appeal most to your potential visitors, the most important ones being on the far left. People naturally read left to right.

Remember, you can create a custom menu within the Appearance => Menus tab.

menus

From there you will be able to create a custom menu and organize it in any way (as you wish). I typically arrange my menu in a way where the most viewed menu items will be closest to the left hand side of the menu. Remember, people read left to right and that is how they will interpret the navigation on your website.

You will then need to go to the Manage Locations tab to make sure you make it your “Top Menu” menu.

top menu

Build the Initial Content

Your last step is going to be to build out the content for your initial three pages, keeping in mind the people that are going to be reading the content.

Congrats, you now have your initial website framework in place. This contains content that will get ranked in Google and that is going to be the foundation in which you are going to build a very successful website off of.

Nice work thus far!

Building A Traffic Producing Website

Traffic, regardless of the nature of your online business is the root of all success. If you can learn how to effectively get traffic to your website, you can accomplish an extraordinary amount of success.

In this phase of the training we are going to be covering many topics, but the core of our focus is going to be building content, getting indexed into search engines, and getting traffic to our websites.

Once we have traffic, guess what we have on our hands? A BUSINESS!

With traffic you can make money in a number of ways (which I will be covering within the next lesson).

This is why we always make the “traffic” component the first goal. People tend to be so eager to promote stuff that they end up creating a site full of promotional content (which won’t rank and won’t convert).

Our focus is going to be on the user experience and making people want to come to our website. If we can do this, traffic is going to be quite easy to capture, Google is going to love your website, and THEN you will be able to earn revenue through your traffic.

Today we are going to be taking the first step towards getting a significant amount of traffic and that requires you to have your own domain and transferring the content from our current SiteRubix.com (if you are using a free website) to your OWN domain.

Task 1: Choose a Domain Name For Your Website

So what is the difference between having a website on a Siterubix.com domain or having domain that you own. There are actually several benefits to having your own domain.

Benefit #1: You own the website. This is your very own asset. It will grow in value and you can be proud of your very own space on the Internet that you OWN.

Benefit #2: You are in full control. There are no limitations to what you can do when you own your website. You own the content and everything associated with it. You can also do whatever you like from a technology side.

Benefit #3: They tend to rank better than subdomains in search engines. If you have a .com or a .org domain you can expect better rankings within the search engines than you would running a free website on a subdoman like siterubix (although these can rank really well too).

Benefit #4: You can create a brand/authority. Your website is your brand. You can become an expert within the industry and like some of the most famous brands you see online, it all starts with the purchase of the domain. You have all the potential in the world to brand yourself and to grow your authority with your own website.

Benefit #5: They grow in value. If you start a domain today and work at this for a year, your website is going to be worth a good deal of money. Like real estate, as you build out your asset it will go up in value. 

There are actually some very significant advantages to owning your own domain.

Your first task today is going to be choose a domain name for your website.

Transferring your SiteRubix Website to Your Own Domain (3 steps)

The task for today is going to take you a few steps.

Step 1: Buy a domain. You are going to be buying your domain name that you have chosen from the SiteDomains platform here at Wealthy Affiliate. Do know that you cannot change a domain name after you have purchased it.

Step 2: Within SiteManager Select “Move” Under Actions. Make sure you select Move under your .siterubix.com site that you will be moving to your own domain.

Move Domain

Step 3: Go through the Move Process. You will be moving your existing .siterubix.com site that you have been working on to your very own domain name (see below).

Move Process

The Move feature within Wealthy Affiliate will automatically take care of the “redirects” pointing your old website to your new website. This will make sure that your new website is not viewed as duplicate content (which would be bad) and will transfer the search engine optimization to your new website.

Alright, we have our own domain, now it is time to really get moving on the traffic aspect. We officially have an entity now that we are going to be able to build out into a very successful and profitable asset. The fun has begun!

**NOTE: After you transfer your website, your Privacy Policy URL’s will need to be updated as they will still point to your old SiteRubix website URL. Simply go to your privacy policy page and update your URL’s to represent your new website.

Also, your Google Analytics will need to be updated now that you have in essence changed your URL, so that will need to be set-up with a new domain profile in Analytics. Just something to consider. 

 

Creating Quality Website Content

Today you are going to be taking your first leap towards creating content. Content is going to be the “meat” of your site. Content will be the difference between getting lots of traffic becoming an authoritative site, and you not seeing much in the way of results.

Plain and simple, content leads to rankings in search engines and rankings are going to lead to your website traffic and revenue!

Google, BING, & Yahoo LOVE Content!

These are the top 3 search engines and make up over 98% of searches online. Want to know how you can leverage these search engines and get mad traffic to your site?

The answer is: Quality content.

The most important aspect of any content, whether it is text or video is that it is created with the reader in mind. Real people are reading this content so you want to deliver something that is relevant and interesting. When writing content you want to keep in mind that you are writing it for people, not just for Search Engines 🙂

Being original, candid, and building your personal brand is the best way to succeed within any niche, so please make sure you do put some effort into creating your own content. There is nothing wrong with getting some concepts or ideas from elsewhere to incorporate in your page as this will save you time. Refrain however, from copying and pasting other people’s work as you will lose ANY chance of ranking if you have duplicate content on your site.

As the person in charge of a website, we need to understand one critical element. We are creating our website for PEOPLE.

People are going to be navigating on our website, they are going to be reading our content, and they are going to be buying from us based on our recommendations. They are going to be engaging in discussions, they are going to be sharing our content on social networks, and they are going to be trusting us and our brand.

Don’t lose sight of this, I see it all the time where people get so lost in the process of what they are doing that they dehumanize their website to the point where no visitor would get any value. It is all about the EXPERIENCE you create.

And this experience all starts with the website framework, which in simple terms, simple means the core pages on your website and your navigation which we are going to be starting the creation of today.

Before you get started, I have created a walk-through video that corresponds with this lesson. Click play to watch it below.

WATCH VIDEO

Create Your “About Me” Page

Your next task is simply to create an About Me page. This page can evolve over time so please do not try to perfect it now. You ideally want this page to accomplish the following:

(1) Connect with your audience by offering a relevant story
(2) Have a personal image of you or at the very least, something relevant
(3) Tell them why you are interested in helping them in your respective niche
(4) Offer them help if they have any questions or comments

You are likely seeing a theme here. Relevance! Although your page is about you, it is really about your audience and how you can connect with them.

It is like walking into a discussion with someone you have never met and having something in common with them. You are much more likely to hit it off. If you can create this connection of similarities, they will like and you trust your opinions and recommendations much more.

Create Your “Privacy Policy” Page

Your last task today is to create your Privacy Policy page on your site. This is a very standard page that you need to have, but it isn’t really going to serve any tangible purpose in terms of revenue you will be generating from your site going forward. It is just a good idea to have one.

Here is what a Privacy Policy page serves (from wikipedia.org).

“Privacy policy is a statement or a legal document (privacy law) that discloses some or all of the ways a party gathers, uses, discloses and manages a customer or client’s data.”

So in essence, it tells your visitors how you are going to use their data. Although people will likely never read this, it is a requirement to have on your website for many affiliate programs, many PPC networks, and advertising programs like Google Adsense.

Below I have included an example privacy policy that you can use. Replace your own website URL with the YOURWEBSITE.com text.

Here is the example privacy policy:

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Privacy Policy for YOURWEBSITE.com

If you require any more information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us by email at YOUREMAIL@YOURWEBSITE.com.

At YOURWEBSITE.com, the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us. This privacy policy document outlines the types of personal information is received and collected by YOURWEBSITE.com and how it is used.

Log Files

Like many other Web sites, YOURWEBSITE.com makes use of log files. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.

Cookies and Web Beacons

YOURWEBSITE.com does not use cookies.

DoubleClick DART Cookie

.:: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on YOURWEBSITE.com.
.:: Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to users based on their visit to YOURWEBSITE.com and other sites on the Internet.
.:: Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following URL – http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html

Some of our advertising partners may use cookies and web beacons on our site.

These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on YOURWEBSITE.com send directly to your browsers. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. Other technologies ( such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons ) may also be used by the third-party ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and / or to personalize the advertising content that you see.

YOURWEBSITE.com has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.

You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices. YOURWEBSITE.com’s privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites.

You can opt out of all communication with YOURWEBSITE.com simply by leaving this page.

If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your individual browser options. More detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers can be found at the browsers’ respective websites.

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Feel free to copy and paste this EXACT privacy policy above and put it on your website. The only thing you need to do is replace “YOURWEBSITE.com” with your actual website URL (domain name).

You can also do a Google search for “sample privacy policy” or “free privacy policy generator” as there are many that are available for free.

After your create this page, Publish it. Make sure you make it so that it is not visible within Google and does not get indexed and you can manage this within the page settings below the editor (as described in video).