Reprint & Syndication Guidelines

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Reprint only a portion of our content.
To keep it search engine friendly for both of our sites, only use 20% of our original content. You are also free to summarize our content, if you provide a link back to our blog in to give us credit (see below).

Give us credit.
Be sure to provide a link back to the original post. Copy and paste one of these linked attribution blurbs to make it easy:
At the beginning of the blog: Originally Posted On: Brands With Fans Social Marketing Blog
At the end of the blog: Read Full Article At: Brands With Fans Social Marketing Blog

Request permission to syndicate a blog post in full.
All syndicated content must be approved by Brands With Fans. Once approved the content will be repurposed for your use. Please note that we require a NoFollow link attribute (rel=”nofollow”) on any unchanged blog copy syndicated to outside websites. This is for SEO purposes. Contact us now.

Share with your social networks.
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Scrape or frame or display our content into another website.
Share our content if you are a spammer or doing anything illegal or unsavory.
Use our content for SEO link farming.
Use our content for profit.


Check out our post on understanding image rights for social media use for general information about sourcing photos for your personal use. Because some images are purchased and licensed they may or may not be OK to syndicate. It would be easiest to source your own image or you can contact us to check.


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