1 23 Paste the license in your blog footer / blog post footer
Allows users to choose one of the sixCreative Commons licenses to apply to thecontent they upload to Facebook. -- CURRENTLY ON HOLD – Add your license and the way you want to be attributed below each photo and album description.
Add the way you want to be attributed below eachphoto and album description, since it’s often hard to for people to attribute flickr photos properly.
Add the way you want to be attributed below each photo and album description.
For all videos it is a good idea to add a mention ofyour licensing in the credits section of the video, as well as the video description.
For all slides / documents it is a good idea to add a mention of your licensing in the end or beginning
When done properly attribution helps both you & the previous authors of thework gain more authority & reach more people
1. KEEP INTACT ANY COPYRIGHT NOTICES FOR THE WORK2. CREDIT THE AUTHOR, LICENSOR AND/OR OTHER PARTIES IN THE MANNER THEY SPECIFY3. THE TITLE OF THE WORK + THE URL FOR THE WORK IF APPLICABLE.4. URL FOR THE CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE SELECTED WITH EACH COPY OF THE WORK THAT YOU MAKE AVAILABLE.5. IF YOU ARE MAKING A DERIVATIVE , YOU NEED TO IDENTIFY THAT YOUR WORK IS A DERIVATIVE WORK Telling the author of work will not only make the but also help you promote your work.
A suite of tools that makes itridiculously simple for anyone to copyand paste the correct attribution forany CC licensed work. These tools willquery the metadata around a CC-licensed object and produce a properlyformatted attribution that users cancopy and paste wherever they need to.
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