Made in a Day Feature Agreement
I'm so flattered you would like to feature one of my projects or photos! If there is time, I will do my best to share your post on Twitter or Facebook.

Here are 5 simple rules I ask that you to agree to before featuring a project found on MadeinaDay.com:

1) I WILL ONLY USE ONE PHOTO FROM A POST with a description of the project and link back for directions, etc with credit to Kim at MadeinaDay.com.

2) I WILL NOT COPY ANY CONTENT such as detailed instructions, supplies or ingredients, recipe directions or upload a printable pdf file to my server.

3) I will not use your photo, design or project for commercial purposes.

4) I WILL NOT PIN YOUR PHOTO FROM MY WEBSITE ON PINTEREST. I will not put a "Pin it" button directly under your photo. If I do add this project to my Pin Boards, I will pin from MadeinaDay.com.

5) I agree to use no more than 5 photos owned by Made in a Day on my website during the course of 1 year.

This permission can be revoked upon written notice from me at any time. If you are a non-blogger and wish to use the work contained on this site in a manner other than expressed here, or have any questions please contact me at kim(at)madeinaday(dot)com.If you would like to discuss collaboration or feature more than 5 photos per year, please contact me at kim@madeinaday.com.

The images on the website Madeinaday.com are Copyrighted, registered with and protected by the DMCA. See my Full Disclosure & Privacy Policy for more detailed information.
http://madeinaday.com/disclosure-privacy-policy/.


Thank you,
Kim Purvis,
The Purvis Group LLC

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It's always nice to know why or when you will be featuring my projects so I can share. Tag me on Facebook or cc me on Twitter to make sharing easier! Kim on Twitter: ©madeinaday1 • Facebook.com/madeinaday
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