Syndicating and translating content
If you’re looking to republish or translate something I have written on this website, you’ve come to the right place.
I’m very open to this, and I don’t charge for it. I’ve been syndicated in Forbes, Lifehacker, Business Insider, AskMen, The Huffington Post and many more. My posts have attracted millions of hits for other websites and been translated into over 10 languages.
But to stop abuse I have a few simple rules:
Rules for syndication and translation
- Prior permission for your publication must have been sought – please email email@example.com, with the address of your website. Once you’ve been approved, you can usually republish future articles without further permission.
- Your article must clearly credit “Oliver Emberton” as the author.
- Your article must link to oliveremberton.com or the specific URL of the post you copied.
- You may edit the post to fix spelling errors, match the language of your publication (e.g. UK/US English) and modify the title or opening image to fit your format. For other changes, you must request approval via email.
- After publishing, you must send a confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org after publication with a link to the article.
That’s it. I approve over 90% of the people who (currently) apply.
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