Curating Content Versus Stealing It

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

“Fair Use” in US copyright laws allows you to copy brief excerpts of copyrighted material for purposes such as criticism, news reporting, teaching, or research, without the need for permission from the copyright holder. But copying and pasting large sections of an article or blog post is called “scraping” content, and in most cases, is violating copyright laws. And you definitely can’t copy images from other sites.

#Tech: SOPA Inspiring Blackouts & Lobbyists – Should Nonprofits Care?

Non Profit Marketing 360

The blackout is meant, in part, to call attention to the powers SOPA offers internet service providers (ISPs) and media corporations to shut down sites they believe are dealing with copyrighted material. Could SOPA chill free speech?

The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Charity in England and Wales

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In many ways, starting a nonprofit is just like starting a business – in both cases, you’ll need to decide on a business structure in order to form a ‘social enterprise’ which helps individuals and/or communities. by Angharad Miller.

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The Ultimate Guide to Blogging for Nonprofits

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That being said, it’s important to make sure the images you use aren’t subject to any copyright or royalty laws, so if you can’t find a good image for your article, there are some really good royalty-free databases out there for you to mine for great pictures.

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99Designs -- Get a New Logo for a Bargain Price

Getting Attention

Here are some current design contests , and here's how 99Designs works: Craft your creative brief -- The brief articulates all the tough prep work your org needs to do -- brand definition, goal, target audiences, etc. The designer will send you their completed design along with copyright to the original artwork. . Don't miss out on the in-depth articles, case studies and guides on branding, messages and more featured in the twice-monthly Getting Attention e-update.

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Bayler Healthcare System Takes A Leap Into Pinterest: Interview with Ashley Howland (Part 1)

Diva Marketing Blog

On a high level why do you suppose that’s the case? quiz or a risk assessment for cancer, but they will definitely click-through to take the quiz. As far as copyright issues are concerned, we try very hard to pin as much original content as we can.