Personal Use of Blog Posts
The contents of the WriteShop blog are copyrighted by Kim Kautzer. For your own personal use, we gladly give permission for you to print out a single copy of one or more blog articles. However, please do not reproduce or distribute articles without permission.
How to Share Blog Posts with Others
Kim Kautzer and WriteShop, Inc. reserve the rights to content produced on this blog and website, including instructions, original photos, graphics, and other content. If you would like to share a post from WriteShop on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, or other social media networks, please do! We only require that you link directly to the post you wish to share.
Permission is granted to:
- Use a brief excerpt from a blog article (typically the first paragraph or two) on your own website, blog, or ezine. Beneath the excerpt, include these (or similar) words: Read the full article. Link Read the full article to the original post on the WriteShop blog.
- Use an image with permission only.
You do not have permission to:
- Publish an entire WriteShop blog post or article on your own website, blog, newsletter, magazine, ezine, e-book, or other publication without prior permission.
- Publish an entire WriteShop blog post or article even if you give credit to Kim Kautzer and/or WriteShop.
- Use images without permission.
In short, to share one of our blog articles on the Internet or via e-mail, you may link to it, but you cannot copy it. For permission to reproduce one of our articles in a magazine or newsletter, please contact Kim.
Any other use of our content is not permitted without prior written consent.
Layman’s View of Copyright Law
If you’re not sure how copyright law might affect your blogging or other Internet actions, here is a good layman’s overview: Copyright Law: 12 Dos and Don’ts