Copyright Notice

All textual work within JournalXtra is original production that may contain extracts from other sites. All extracts are clearly attributed to their source and author where applicable and possible.

All content is Digiproved to validate authenticity, originality and time of production. All textual content is published under a licence that permits reproduction for non-commercial purposes. That licence also requires reproduced content from JournalXtra to be accompanied by clear accreditation to Lee Hodson at JournalXtra.

Lee Hodson spends a lot of time researching, organizing and writing content. Most articles within JournalXtra take several hours (sometimes days and weeks) to fact-check and create. You may reproduce content from JournalXtra provided you adhere to the licensing rules.

Reproduction of Extracts

Credit JournalXtra as the source of the extracts you use.

If you use an extract that JournalXtra clearly credits to another source then credit the original source as the provider of that extract.

The accreditation must be clearly visible and consist of a backlink to the URL that serves the original content with anchor text (or surrounding text) that mentions JournalXtra, the article name or something that relates to the source article’s content.

In the case of offline duplication, your accreditation to JournalXtra must clearly state the URL http://journalxtra.com and the author of the reproduced content.

You must not commercially profit from the content you reproduce. If you intend to reproduce content from JournalXtra for financial gain then you must first seek approval from JournalXtra. That approval will typically require a royalty payment or the purchase of a license to reproduce that content.

Reproduction of Entire Articles

You must contact JournalXtra for permission if you wish to reproduce an entire article from JournalXtra. You must receive permission before you publish an entire article from JournalXtra.

Credit JournalXtra as the source of the reproduced content.

The accreditation must be clearly visible and consist of a backlink to the URL that serves the original content with anchor text (or surrounding text) that mentions JournalXtra, the article name or something that relates to the source article’s content.

In the case of offline duplication, your accreditation to JournalXtra must clearly state the URL http://journalxtra.com and the author of the reproduced content.

You must not commercially profit from the content you reproduce. If you intend to reproduce content from JournalXtra for financial gain then you must first seek approval from JournalXtra. That approval will typically require a royalty payment or the purchase of a license to reproduce that content.

Failure to Observe These Licensing Rules

Failure to observe these licensing rules will result in JournalXtra sending a DMCA take down notice to:

  • Any host that serves the site that contains the infringing content.
  • All search engines.
  • Any payment gateway provider or providers that you use.
  • Any applicable entities that deal with  copyright infringement.

JournalXtra reserves the right to contact any infringer of this copyright notice prior to serving any legal notices.

JournalXtra regularly conducts searches for copyright violators. If you break our terms you will be found and removed from search engines.

Benefits for Observers of these Licensing Rules

You will receive a backlink from JournalXtra by way of public notice that you have sought and received approval to reproduce content from JournalXtra.

There is no excuse to steal textual content when the Internet is built for backlinking.