If your organization produces a newsletter or ezine, and you found one of the articles on this Web site particularly applicable, you can license it for inclusion in an edition of your publication. Here's how.
But if you've seen an article on this Web site that meets your needs, why not just license it for publication within your organization? It's already written, so the risk is zero, and you know you'll have it by deadline. And you can't beat the price.
There are two ways to go: hardcopy and electronic. For commercial organizations, the hardcopy license fee for single use (one edition of one publication) is USD 100.00; the license fee for electronic distribution is USD 100.00 per single use per year. Licensable electronic formats are Acrobat (PDF) and HTML.
The analogous fees for not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions are USD 5.00 per use, or USD 5.00 per use per year.
I do have some relatively simple requirements. All you have to do is:
Easy as that.
To make it easier for you to insert the article into your composed document, I'll send you a copy of the article in MS Word format, after I receive your payment and signed agreement. This copy will also include my byline, a mention of my Web site, and my copyright notice, which are to be included verbatim.
Order by mail by sending a check to the address below, payable to Chaco Canyon Consulting. Or you can pay by credit card:
Call me, Rick Brenner, for more information toll-free at (866) 378-5470.