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  1. Thanks for such a great article! Just concerned with the legal side of selling printables on a blog since it’s not a physical product…do you need to add taxes somehow? What other legal clauses do you need in the legal pages?

    1. You may need to charge. It depends on the tax laws for your local jurisdiction. You will want to visit with a CPA on that.

      As far as the legal pages you need for your site go. you need a refund policy, terms and conditions and a privacy policy. There are attorneys who sell them – here is one (my affiliate link): https://traciefobes.com/mariam

  2. I read recently that you can’t resell anything you make in Canva as it goes against their policy? Do you know anything about this?

    1. If you use the free version of Canva, that is correct. The paid users can use the elements as they pay for those rights.

  3. Thanks a lot for all the information. I have questions regarding printable inspirational quotes. Is it legal to use quotes by well known people or from books? Do you have to put the author/speaker’s name or get legal permission? Also does it make a difference if the quote has been paraphrased or if the author/speaker of the quote is alive or not. Basically, will there be any Copyright infringement issues?
    Thanks in advance for your help.

    1. I would consult an attorney on this. In most cases, you simply need to give credit to the creator but again, I am not an attorney so can’t really give any type of legal advice.

  4. Great article, one question I did try to use https://www.canva.com/ when I downloaded the PDF it was only at 100 resolution instead of the normal 300 resolution which would be great for printing. If someone pays Canva.com do they get an option of higher resolution PDF’s.

    Thanks,

    Tony

    1. Yes – that is one thing they offer to their paid clients. One more reason I love using Canva to make my digital products. 🙂

  5. Hi! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any issues with hackers? My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and I ended up losing many months of hard work due to no data backup. Do you have any methods to prevent hackers?

    1. I would get Wordfence. That should keep it really tight. Also, make sure you use reliable plugins that have been vetted and keep them updated.

  6. I am considering opening a shop on Etsy and have a question. I use Canva to create my templates. When I download them as PDF, they automatically save as Adobe Acrobat documents. Should I be doing something different or will that be okay to sell on Etsy?

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