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The Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) Blog Terms:
Please read these terms below before submitting any blog posts to us. By submitting blog posts for publication on the Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) website or on any other site owned or operated by Benjamin Bonetti Ltd, you agree that the terms set out below, which may be updated from time to time, apply to all blog posts that you submit to us, including your initial blog posts and any subsequent blog posts. They have the same effect as an agreement in writing. If you do not agree to any of these terms, please don’t submit your posts.
Following the terms are some general style guidelines and troubleshooting tips to get you started.
HOW IT WORKS
You are independent. By submitting blog posts to us, you are an independent contractor, not an employee of Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR). You agree that you are not entitled to, and don’t expect any wages or compensation for the content that you submit. You also agree that by submitting blog posts to us you are not eligible for any employee benefit plans or programs. You must obtain and pay for your own computer, Internet access, third-party clearances and licenses and everything else you need to create and submit your blog posts to us. You cannot hold yourself out as our agent or representative or attempt to bind us to any obligations.
What do I get out of this? Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) provides a forum with a large, diverse audience for you to share your views and express your unique opinions and ideas. You may use your blog to promote any of your other works and to build a fan base and readership within the Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) community. You may also inform readers of your own social networking outlets, such as your Twitter or Facebook feeds.
Post if and when you want; you are the boss. As an independent contractor, you are your own boss. You agree that you are not under the direction or control of Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) and have complete control over the manner and means by which you submit blog posts for Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR). You can stop posting at any time. If you decide to post, you decide when, where and how often you write and submit it. You can write or provide content for anyone else you want at any time. You can write about anything you want. Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) does not select or approve your topics. And please remember: As a Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) blogger, you must not identify yourself as a representative of Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) while attending or covering events.
Submit proper posts. However, you represent to us that any blog posts, photos and any other content you submit (1) is your original content or properly licensed content that you have the express right and permission to license to us, (2) does not infringe or violate any law, rule or regulation or the rights or intellectual property rights of any person or entity (or encourage anyone else to do so), (3) is not objectionable, inaccurate or inflammatory; and (4) is not obscene, defamatory, threatening, pornographic, harassing, hateful, racially or ethnically offensive, (5) is not an advertisement or solicitation of business or contributions; or (6) is not otherwise against the interests of Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) or our users as a whole. We have the right (but not the obligation) to remove any or all of your blog posts that fail to comply with the foregoing, or for any other reason, without notice to you.
Disclosure: In an effort to be as transparent with our readers as possible, Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) bloggers should disclose any financial conflicts of interest related to the issue they are writing about. If a blogger receives payment or income from a company, organization, group, or individual with a financial stake in the issue he/she is weighing in on, that information should be disclosed at the bottom of the applicable blog post. Moreover, bloggers should not submit posts that include links that are paid for in whole or in part by marketing firms.
Correct your errors. If your post contains a factual error, you must correct or retract it within 24 hours after notice. If you make substantive changes (including error corrections) after your blog post has been published, you must note this at the bottom of your post. This includes matters of fact, but not changes to spelling, grammar or style or minor editorial corrections. However, in the interest of transparency, you should note to readers that an earlier version of the post had an error that was since corrected. Note: if a correction/retraction is due to a legal complaint of defamation, then the correction/retraction must be posted in as prominent a location as the defamatory content.
No guarantees. The Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) provides a forum for your ideas and expression, but is made available to you “as is” without guarantee of any results based upon the publication of your blog post, is subject to changes and could temporarily or permanently be suspended without notice to you, and without guarantee that it will operate free of errors, viruses, bugs or service breakdowns. We do not guarantee that your participation will fulfill any requirements you expect from the program.
You own your submissions, but we can still use them. You own the copyright to your submitted content and you can post it anywhere else you wish. However, by submitting any content to Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) (including text, videos, photographs or audio materials), you grant Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual license to exercise all rights under copyright law with respect to such content, which Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) may use, publish and distribute (along with your name and identifying features) on their websites and other properties and those of their affiliates and business partners, as well as for marketing and promotional purposes, online or offline, in any medium and mode of delivery.
We may be required to provide information about you. You agree that if Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) is legally required to disclose information that we have about you (including your IP address and location, name and user name), we may do so, without notice to you.
Complaints and Inquiries/Choice of law. If you violate any of the Blogger terms, or we receive an inquiry or complaint about your post, you agree that you are responsible, and you agree to indemnify and hold harmless Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) for all resulting claims and liabilities. This agreement is governed by international and UK law, and if we have a dispute about it, or about any content that you submit to us, the dispute will be resolved only in the courts of UK. We may provide you notices about the Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) and these terms by e-mail. These terms make up the entire agreement between you and us and cannot be changed unless we agree to it in writing.
This is the style guide we’ll use when we edit your posts. Please feel free to follow this style guide yourself to help get your posts up faster. Length: 500 to 1000 words
Our most effective posts fall in the 500 to 1000 range; greater length may be too long to hold a reader’s attention. If your post is especially long, it may take us longer to get to it, or we may tell you that it is not right for us.
PUBLICIZING YOUR POSTS
We encourage contributors to promote their pieces and send them around — many readers arrive at pieces on the Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR) via links passed on from friends and other sites. Here are a couple ideas:
Email lists: Send a short note with a link to your post to any lists you’re on — whether social organizations, extracurricular groups, or even just your typical family/friends list. Encourage them to comment! Our experience shows that often the more comments a post attracts, the better it does in generating clicks and more comments. Create a community around your post, and help it grow by starting with your own personal community. Encourage your friends to share it as well.
Facebook/Twitter: Share your post via Facebook or Twitter! Facebook makes it especially easy to share links through what they call “Posted Items.
Blogs that cover the topic you’re writing about: Most blogs will have a ‘contact’ email for their proprietor. If you’ve written something you think a specific blog might be interested in, send it their way with a brief, polite note explaining why you thought they might find it interesting (don’t send them everything you write, and don’t send to multiple blogs simultaneously, i.e., ‘spam’ them). It also doesn’t hurt to reference individual posts that they’ve written in your posts, by linking to them.
Friends = Fans: Encourage your friends to become your “fan” on Clinical Hypnotherapy Register (CHR), by proceeding to any post of yours on the site and clicking the link that reads, “Become a Fan.”