Content Usage Guidelines

We’re thrilled that you think our content is worth sharing in your own blog or with your fans and followers! All we ask is that you follow a few ground rules, which are laid out below.

What Crazy Egg Content Can You Use?

This is okay

If all you want to do is email your friends and followers, or share our content through social media, that’s fine. We appreciate the help getting our content in front of more people!

You may also republish any of our original images or infographics, as long as you honor the content attribution policy below. (If we reprinted an infographic, you’ll need to go to the original source and talk to them.)

You may quote up to 100 words of any of our text content in your own content (articles, presentations, reports, etc.) as long as you honor the content attribution policy below.

This is NOT okay

You may NOT republish in full any of our text-based content (articles, PDFs, etc.) on the web without express permission from us. Why? That would be duplicate content, and Google has made it clear it’s bad for SEO.

    • If you want to reprint an article, please contact us and let us know who, what, where, when and how the content will be used.
    • If we approve your request, please follow the attribution policy below.

You may NOT repackage and/or resell our content, or use it in any way to make money. We provide it for free, and we want to keep it that way.

You may NOT claim our content as your original ideas. We get grumpy when we see our content on your channels, as if it was yours, especially since it’s so easy to contact us to ask permission… and to follow the content attribution policy below.

Content Attribution Policy

Name Crazy Egg (or The Daily Egg) as your source.

Link to the original Crazy Egg source you’re referencing:

    • If it’s an article, link to the permalink of the specific article you’re referencing.
    • If it’s any other form of content, please link to the landing page where that content is offered.

If you’re reprinting an article in full (with permission), you need to add this rel=canonical link to the <head> section of your page:

<link rel=”canonical” href=”URL of the article you’re reprinting”/>

That’s it. See how easy it is?

Thanks for sharing. We appreciate the link love!


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