Content Use Guidelines

This is a personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are ours alone and not those of any employer.

These Content Use Guidelines apply to you when you view, access or otherwise use the blog located at ouradvice.net (the “blog”).

What ouradvice.net Content Can You Use? And How?

  • Feel free to share links to any of our content by email and social media.
  • Feel free to republish in full any ouradvice.net-original images (such as charts, graphs, cartoons, infographics), videos, or SlideShares by copying or embedding them and including them in your content, as long as you honor the Content Attribution Policy below. (Note: This does not include any stock images we’ve purchased for use in our content.)
  • Feel free to reference or quote up to 75 words of any of our text content (facts, figures, quotes, etc.) in your own blog articles, presentations, documents, etc. as long as you honor the Content Attribution Policy below.
  • You may publish a quote of 75 words or less from the original article with a link to the original article.
  • If you republish a partial post, it must be exactly as it appears on our website with all links intact.
  • Special permission needs to be granted in order to republish more than 75 words from this website. Full articles are not permitted to be republished without permission from the owner of this site.
  • Unfortunately, we can’t let you republish in full any of our text-based content (blog articles, PDFs, PPTs, DOCs) on the web.
  • Unfortunately, we cannot fulfill requests for original files (e.g. PDFs, PPTs, DOCs or original video files).
  • You cannot make money off of our content. We gave it to you for free, so you need to keep it free by passing it along.
  • You cannot claim our content as your original ideas (i.e. using our content and publishing it on a channel as your own). We love that you want to share it, but please just share the original link instead.
  • A note about copyright from Google: “The way to ensure that your blog doesn’t infringe someone else’s copyright is to use your skills and imagination to create something completely original. If it’s all yours, you never have to worry about the copyright—you own it! If you want to republish content from another author or creator, make sure to get their authorization first.”
  • You do not have permission to take material from our blog and run it on yours.

Content Attribution Policy

  • Attribute ouradvice.net as the source.
  • Link to the original ouradvice.net source you’re referencing.
  • For references to an ouradvice.net blog article, link to the URL of the specific blog article you’re referencing.
  • For references to our advice.net downloadable content offers behind a form, please link to the landing page URL with the form for that individual offer.

Thanks for the content love. We appreciate it!