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Saturday 14 September 2013

Free Website health check Tool for Cheshire Businesses has devised a free and easy-to-use, confidential website health check,, to make sure all Cheshire businesses websites are up to date with the latest regulations.
The check is designed to flag up any issues the site might have in regards to a number of areas: from the correct display of company registration details to the use of cookies and collection of site visitor data.
Giles Dixon, founder and managing director of ContractStore, explains: “There is a maze of regulations for businesses online, and for busy SME business owners, it is often difficult to keep abreast of the latest rulings and best practice approach when it comes to making sure your website is fully compliant.
“At present, there may not be much strict enforcement, however it’s better to be in a position where you are exercising good practice, and you can give your customers the sense of professionalism and reassurance that they need when they visit your website. This is particularly important if you are selling goods or services online as the last thing you want is a complaint from Trading Standards officials.


launched the simple free questionnaire tool which will give you a website healthcheck score and a customised checklist so you can get your site up to date and make sure it complies with the regulations.”
It’s quick and easy to take part, simply go to: provides legal document templates for download, helping businesses to protect their interests and reduce legal costs. The site also publishes articles and guidance notes along with news and updates from legal sources.
Giles Dixon is an English solicitor, with over thirty years' experience of drafting and negotiating commercial and construction contracts in the UK and overseas.  He has long been convinced that there is a quicker and simpler approach to the delivery and supply of most contracts, and he is an active proponent of the use of plain English in legal documents.
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