Some examples of information that your blog might collect include:
Names: If users have to sign-up to view your content, register for promotions or updates, or become a member, they’ll have to give you their name.
Email addresses: Email addresses allow users to receive content or alerts that you send out.
Contact information: You might collect phone numbers for updating your readers or delivering a purchase to their address.
IP address: When a user visits your blog, their IP address will automatically be stored in your blog’s database.
User actions: These include details about how readers spend their time on your blog. Examples include the amount of time spent on the blog, number of clicks, ads viewed, and links opened.
Credit card details: You might store credit card information if users purchase something from your blog.
If your blog is made using Blogger (or Blogspot), it may be helpful to know that you must comply with following laws:
Although privacy policies can differ slightly based on your location, a few basic requirements that you should address include:
Collecting and using user information. You should clarify the type of user information stored by your blog. You must also mention how the stored information will be used in the future.
Sharing user information. If you choose to share user information (e.g. names, email addresses, and phone numbers) with a third-party. This must be disclosed to the user.
And That’s A Wrap…