Link with Love

LINKwithlove
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication of material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts (brief) and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.



And now in plain English... I would absolutely LOVE for you to share my links, feature one of my posts, pin our content, etc.  It's great when readers link to my blogs and invite their friends/readers to visit us. If you are doing a round-up style post and would like to include us, you are also very welcome to use one of our post images (with appropriate credit linking back to the source) if you wish. If you want to share your post/link with us (and our readers), you can leave a comment on the post you're sharing, pop a link on our Facebook page, tweet us, send us an email, whatever you wish.  Sharing is caring. :)

A lot of effort goes into giving you interesting content, so I ask that you please don't copy my content, directly or paraphrased, to your own website, blog, or elsewhere. Copying the content is bad for everyone, and it's just plain rude.  Copying isn't sharing, it's stealing.  Respectful sharing encourages others to explore the original source.  It doesn't duplicate or devalue that source's content. Please respect our time and effort, and don't misuse or abuse our work. Thanks ever so much!

Although you are welcome to share one of our images if you are featuring a link to our blog post, please don't use photos from Green in Real Life as your own (or bury credit in hashtags/comments) or use them for your own context that does not directly feature, relate, and link to the original post here. Cool? Thanks! If you would like to share more than one image in your post, do a special feature, or have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us. We'd love to hear from you.

I will always credit with links when sharing someone else's work out of respect and in the hope that it increases their exposure. All shared content on Green in Real Life that has been sourced from elsewhere has been credited appropriately, to the best of my knowledge. If you are linking to something that we have shared in a guest post, round-up, or feature, please credit the original source. If you see an attribution error, please let me know so that I can fix it up straight away. Thanks for helping! If your content has been featured on Green in Real Life and you would like it to be removed, please contact me and I will make sure it is taken down.