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What To Put In Website Footer

👣 The footer is the website section at the very bottom of the page. It usually contains info that is not directly related to the main content and can be helpful for the visitors—e.g., for easier navigation. Discover 6 content ideas for the footer.

👉 Contacts

Address, phone number, email, etc. If the contact details are located in one place, website visitors can quickly reach you.

👉 Social Media

If you have social media accounts, add the links to the footer. This way, visitors can get to know your content and you can gain new followers for your accounts.

👉 Links To Other Website Pages

Not always you can display all the pages in the header but you can show them in the footer. Consider which pages might be valuable to users and add them to the footer, e.g., the "About us" page, blog, jobs, etc.

👉 Link To The Privacy Policy

If you collect and process your website visitors' data, be sure to publish the privacy policy in a separate page and link to it in the footer.

👉 Attribute a Website Creator

If your website is made by a designer or an agency, it’s a good idea to give attribution by adding a link to their portfolio.

👉 Copyright

You can place the copyright symbol © in the footer to show ownership of the website and protect its content from copying.

ℹ️ Tip: To add a footer to your website on Tilda, create a new page and design the footer. You can choose one of the pre-designed blocks in the "Footer" category or use Zero Block. Then go to the Site Settings > Header and Footer, and assign this page as a footer.
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