Creative Commons License


All blog posts on by Pratik Joshi and other authors is licensed under;
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) License.

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Please remember the below-mentioned points when you copy the content from website:

1) Keep the post intact and do not edit it except for any minor grammar or spelling mistake if you spot them.

2) Do not remove any existing links (internal or external) in the articles.

3) Add credit at the top or bottom of the post: “This post was originally published at” and insert hyperlink to <post> to the URL of the original blog post.

4) Include the “Author’s Bio” and give due credit along with the links.

5) Add a “Canonical Tag” on the post of your blog, where you copy the blog post.

6) Include the image credit link if it is there in the post and if you’re going to use the image on your post. Copyrights of images used in the blog post remain intact as per the original image and you are hereby obligated to follow them on your own responsibility.

7) Publication of blog posts in print magazines or any other relevant print format is strictly prohibited unless. Notwithstanding to this, facility of print button provided on the blog post must only be utilized for non-commercial self convenience and self-consumption purpose.

8) Though not compulsory, I appreciate any mail or communication related to the link that has used blog posts. I would be happy to see your content too!

9) In case you still have any queries, you may go through our privacy policy and disclaimer page for details.

Licence Summary:

An easily-understandable summary of the license is as follows (This summary is for quick interpretation of visitor/user. Not to be substituted with original license wordings and interpretations):  All the posts published on can be used freely by anybody, but only for non-commercial purposes, provided the articles remains intact along with their existing links and the author’s byline/credits, and that the post where the posts are copied duly inform Google and other search engines the whereabouts of the original article.

Author: Pratik Joshi (or the other case may be as per the blog post)
Blog name: Personal Blog of Pratik Joshi
Blog link:


Canonical Tag:

As search engines do not like duplicate content, you’re required to put a canonical tag in the post on your blog, where you copy my post.

If you’ve a self-hosted WordPress blog, you can use the Yoast plugin or other available plugins for this purpose. You may take experts help in case you are unable to do the same.

The canonical tag is a piece of HTML code, which is placed on duplicate pages to let the search engines know the location of the original post. Each post needs to have a separate canonical tag, which is as shown below:

<link rel = “canonical” href= “the complete URL to my post” />

(Please replace “the complete URL to my post” text with the full URL of my blog post that you are copying)

This is an utmost important and essential requirement, else you can be charged with plagiarism and your site can be reported to the search engines like Google, to take disciplinary actions against you and your site.


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