Linking Permission

First, because we believe strongly that anyone should be able to point directly to our content, we encourage you to consider this option. We use links ourselves to give visitors easy access to additional information in the form of articles, tools, resources and other useful sites. When linking to our content, you may post our headline (or one of your choosing) and a brief, two- to three-sentence description of the article or resource on your site and then link directly out to the full text of the article on our site. Or you may want to use a contextual link (such as “See this article on”) to allow your visitors to access our content.

Personal, Noncommercial Use

You may download, reformat and print a limited amount of content for your personal, noncommercial use. You may also include excerpts or limited portions of our content in printed memos, reports and presentations. We ask only that you attribute this information to us by including this statement: “Copyright © 201_ All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission from” If you have any questions about this policy, please contact our Legal Department at

Reprinting our site content on your site

Our site hosts both content that we create and that our partners create. All material published on our site is either protected by our copyrights or trademarks or those of our partners. You may not modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale of, reproduce, create derivative works of, distribute, publicly perform, publicly display or in any way exploit any of the materials or content on our site in whole or in part without our express permission. If we grant reprint permission, all articles must be reproduced in their entirety, unedited, and accompanied by the following copyright/reprint statement: “Copyright © 201_ All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission from”

Using our content on your site

You may also place headlines on your own site but you have explicit quote the URL of the content you are using.