Copyright and Fair Use Guide

This post aims to highlight the copyright policy and fair use of content of Milan Dinić’s Blog. You are most welcome to repost a short part of our content and link back to us, but remember these linking and copyright terms:

  • Copy Limitations
    Please do NOT copy the whole post. A short paragraph with content in quotes seems reasonable.
  • Credit the Source
    You need to clearly highlight the fact that the content was derived from Quick Online Tips. Proper attribution is essential.
  • Link Back
    You need to link back to the article from which you derived the excerpt.
  • Noncommercial Use
    If you intend to use the content for other purposes, contact me.
  • No Feed Republishing
  • You cannot republish all our feed articles on your blog without prior permission.

Frequently asked questions

How will you know if I copied your content?
Blog Plagiarism is is very simple to find that out. Some of the easier ways are to use Copyscape and track Technorati. The advanced ways you don’t want to know yet.

Ok I copied your full content. So what?
What do you do when someone steals your content? I follow the advice of Lorelle VanFossen and Darren Rowse.

Is your content released under Creative Commons License?
All content is copyright of milandinic.com. All rights reserved. It is not released under a creative commons license.

NOTE: This Policy is subject to change anytime at my sole discretion and any changes made will be effective immediately.