Curation Policy

Here at AcupressureZone.com we value good content for our readers. In that context we will often curate or excerpt content from good quality sources on the web.

The very reason internet itself was created on the foundation of sharing, linking, and recommending good content from available at other sources on the web. The meaning of Curation is finding good, well-written, and highly informative or relevant material for our readers.

By choosing best content from your site, we are giving it our thumbs up, good review and approval of your site as authority. This does not only means that we excerpt your content but also give it our highest recommendation, and we also encourage our readers to visit your site and view content on your website by direct link back your original source material.

Our curation method is designed to send our readers to your website so that you get new visitors exposed to your best quality content.

We only curate your content which is the outstanding in some way.

If you feel that we should not curate content from your web site, than you simply contact us, and request your disapproval for curating content from your site.

We will immediately comply with your curation disapproval request, and put you on our list of websites never to excerpt from.

Most of the publishers and websites owners are extremely happy to receive additional traffic, exposure and readership for their content because of our curation.

Curation Policy:

Most online content publishers recognize the value of having their articles and stories:

  • commented on
  • quoted
  • debated
  • linked to
  • discussed
  • have new readers exposed to their articles

Social sharing of good and interesting content increases its impact, reach,  traffic levels, and ultimately the increase in profit of the original publisher’s website.

We are curating your content to inform our website visitors, and to point them to the original source of the content.

We want encourage our readers to like and share your content and your website. We want you to be more than pleased and appreciate that we referenced, quoted or utilized your content.

Standards of “Fair Use” practices and legal decisions are still evolving continuously. We like to think that our standards are a cut above the strictly legal understanding of fair use.

We maintain higher standards than “Fair Use.” We always strive for “elated Use.”

If you are not happy to be excerpted and linked to by our website, just let us know. We will quickly correct the situation.

When we excerpt your website content, we expect that others will also curate our content.

If you like any story or post on our website, feel free to excerpt and use it as generously as you wish to do. In return please just give our website clear credit, please link back to the original page or post on our website, and provide some encouragement for interested readers so that they will visit our original web page.

Curate as much of our content as you feel that your readers will enjoy. Just make sure that you link, credit, and encourage your reader to visit the original site.

  • That is what we do.
  • That is what social sharing is about.
  • That is what built the internet.
  • Everyone benefits with shared content following this policy.

Most Importantly…

Sharing and curationing and excerpting standards are still continuously evolving online. The way we do it  may very well differ from how you do.

If you feel that we have to be even more generous with linking and crediting than let us know. If you feel that your story has been excerpted too much, let us know.

We will fix it immediately.

Use our contact form if you have any questions or queries about the policies mentioned here.

We also publish user generated articles and content. We also request our web site users to follow these curation guidelines, but we cannot police every single content submitted.

In case you’re a copyright owner and would like that your material should be removed from our website, please read our DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) policy and note down the procedure.

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