Republication policy

I love that people share my writing. However, I do have rules regarding republication. Copying, pasting and republishing my articles in their entirety, without permission, will not be tolerated.

My articles may be republished via your blog only – they are not to be republished or re-purposed in any other media or format, including, but not exclusive to e-books, slideshows, videos, Facebook images/posts, Google+ images/posts, products and/or promotional items, etc.

You may choose to re-post my articles in one of two ways:

1. Republication In Full

If you are interested in republishing an article in full, you must make contact with me and secure the rights and express permission to do so. I require that:

  • You agree to not republish a full post unless you have received permission to do so.
  • You agree that you will not republish that full post until at least 7 days after the post was originally published and/or you’ve received permission from me.
  • You agree to republish the post exactly as it appears here, with the post title, chosen images and all links intact.
  • You agree that the republication will also include the full biography of the original author; again, including all links within that profile.
  • You agree to provide a link back to the URL of the original post with the following anchor text “Republished with permission, courtesy of Meredith Healey Garraway.”

2. Republication In Part

If you are interested in republishing an article in part, you are free to do so without contacting me, provided you adhere to the following guidelines:

  • You agree to publish a quote or excerpt of, at maximum, 100 words from the original article.
  • You agree to republish the partial post exactly as it appears here, with the proper formatting and all links intact.
  • You agree that the republication will also include the full biography of the original author; again, including all links within that profile.
  • You agree to provide a link back to the URL of the original post with the following anchor text “To read this article in its entirety, visit Written by Meredith.”

Republication Rights

Meredith Healey Garraway expressly reserves any additional republication rights, except insofar as specific arrangements are made with additional publishers.

Meredith Healey Garraway retains all intellectual property rights and creative rights.

If you have any questions about my republication policy, please contact me before any republishing is undertaken.

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