Guidelines for Repurposing Content from Your Newsletter

We extend permission to all active Let America Know members to repurpose content from the monthly You Should Know newsletter to any other medium. For example, we have some members that use the content in their print newsletters. Other members like using the feature story to write blogs. Others highlight the newsletters or selected content on their websites. And many others cut and paste posts into Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler or other social media platforms. We love it all as it furthers the impact of your marketing while reaching more Americans with important information on their health, safety and legal rights.

There are a couple of important guidelines you should keep in mind, however, if you repurpose content from the newsletter:

  1. Only post information from the newsletter AFTER final publication and not from the Preview issue you receive several days prior to final publication. We occasionally make content changes between Preview and final publication as well as style/grammar or usage edits. New or revised sources might be added between Preview and final publication. And in rare instances, a content change may include a correction or other clarification.
  2. Also note that many of the photos we use are licensed to us from iStock, Getty or some other stock photo source just for use in your email newsletter. If you want to use one of our photos in repurposed content, let us know and we will give you the information you need to purchase the rights directly from the owner. These fees normally run somewhere between $25 and $50 per image. In some cases we use photos or other graphics that are in the public domain as well, and those would be available free of charge.

If you have any questions about these guidelines, let us know. We are always available to help you get the most out of your participation in Let America Know.


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