Terms of Service
We have created a concept for a site that we may decide to build on the WordPress platform. Before paying for the service, we wanted to test the concept and verify with you that we meet your needs regarding the following language in your terms of service:
the Content is not spam, is not machine- or randomly-generated, and does not contain unethical or unwanted commercial content designed to drive traffic to third party sites or boost the search engine rankings of third party sites, or to further unlawful acts (such as phishing) or mislead recipients as to the source of the material (such as spoofing);
Could you please review the content at these two links as a basic example of the concept we are considering. Our intent is to provide valuable blog postings about software categories (e.g.: Product Information Management) and the actual software products (e.g.: Informatica PIM) within those categories. Eventually the content will be more complete and professional, but we wanted to provide an example before proceeding. Blog postings may consist of both the categories and products. For further clarity, we intend to provide links to multiple locations as a resource to our readers. Some of these links will direct a user to the product’s actual website, creating value for the company that owns the product.
The blog I need help with is timhenthorn.wordpress.com.
I’m afraid we don’t make terms of service calls in advance, nor do we discuss them in the public forums.
That having been said, there is a support document that better outlines what types of sites are allowed and which are not:
If you are looking for a rule of thumb, the place to start is by making sure your site contains unique and original content. So long as that’s the case, terms of service violations are rare.
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