1. Link to Your TechValidate Content
Each published TechFact, case study, and chart has a publicly-visible page that can be used to verify its contents and current status. You should link to these public pages when referencing TechValidate content on your website & in press releases – anywhere you reference TechValidate content as 3rd-party validation of customer success. Without these links, people cannot verify the status of your TechValidate content.
You can find the public page of any TechValidate asset by clicking the “View public page” link next to it in your library of published assets. You can also browse all of your published content by going to your page in the TechValidate Research Library.
2. Embed Your TechValidate Content In Your Website
Published TechFacts, case studies, and charts can now be embedded directly in your website in a widget. Click the “Embed in a web page” links next to your assets and copy & paste the code provided into your web page. Contact us for help in customizing these widgets to fit your pages’ layout.
3. Embed TechFacts, Charts, and Case Studies as Images
You can embed TechFacts and case studies in documents and presentations by first downloading them to your computer as PNG images. Incorporate them in:
- Whitepapers / Data Sheets
- Cite in Press Releases (see citation guidelines for how to cite them.)
4. Cite TechFacts & Case Studies According to Our Citation Guidelines
You can excerpt and cite TechFacts & case studies according to the conventions stipulated in the TechValidate Citation Guidelines. Click the “Excerpt” links next to TechFacts and case studies for an easy-to-copy view of their contents.
5. Use in Social Media Programs
You can also share any TechValidate content directly through Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Use the share button to post the link directly onto any of these popular social networks.