Requirements for Citing TechValidate Content

The true value in the 3rd party verified content you create with TechValidate emerges when you are able to leverage the content. A common use case is to cite the evidence in press releases, media, and analyst presentations as well as on blogs and websites.

Content assets must be hyperlinked back to their individual page in the Research Library.

There are several ways to do this:

Hyperlink Text

You can cite statistics by using the link back to the individual asset page in the Research Library. Clients often take advantage of this in press releases. See a properly formatted example from Limelight Networks here: http://investors.limelightnetworks.com/press-release/new-survey-finds-website-performance-top-business-priority

When quoting research, please follow these guidelines:

  • according to TechValidate
  • Source: TechValidate survey of (your company name) customers

Embed the Content Assets

The embed code automatically contains a link back to the research library. This is the most common way to use assets on your blog or website. Please find detailed instructions here: http://www.techvalidate.com/blog/social-sharing-and-content-embedding-2026

Hyperlink images

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Any images used online must contain a link back to their specific page in the research library.

Include an "About TechValidate" section 

When citing TechValidate, include the following "About TechValidate" section.
 
About TechValidate

TechValidate is a trusted third-party research organization that directly interfaces with business and technology end users to collect and validate information about their deployments. More information is available at www.techvalidate.com.

 

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