We have a few rules if you want use our content in any media or publication on any platform.
Taylor Media Corp. operates thepennyhoarder.com. We own the content, so you need to get our permission to use full posts, videos or significant pieces of them. Although most of our content is publicly available, it is not in the public domain. Our content is copyrighted as soon as it is published and is protected by copyright law.
You ARE allowed to paraphrase a few points or directly quote up to 100 words. In those two cases, we ask that you clearly attribute it to The Penny Hoarder, and if you’re using our content digitally, you should link to the article you’re drawing from. For references to downloadable content, link to the landing page URL.
Of course, you need to present the content accurately, and you shouldn’t imply any endorsement by us. You’re just quoting or paraphrasing another source, as so often happens in the media.
We do NOT allow reproduction of our content without permission. You shouldn’t quote or paraphrase so much of the article that you’ve in effect stolen it -- even if you do attribute it and link to us. That’s only fair. We did the work.
No, we don’t allow our images to be reused. If we reprinted the image, please contact the original source to request permission.
Feel free to share links to our content via email and social media. When possible, please use the social media share tools included within the original content.
Q: How do I get permission?
Please submit your written permission request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include all of the below information.
What content do you want to use:
About your proposed use:
Please note: Responses to permission requests usually take 3 to 5 business days from the time a request is received, but may take longer during our busy times. Incomplete requests will not be processed and will be returned.
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