Content in the BOMA content library can be shared via social media, email and as a blog on your website. 

The only time you need to attribute the original source of the content is if you are using a BOMA article on your blog.

If the article you choose has a call-to-action that takes you to a separate website (e.g. Xero's Small Business Guides) then you should attribute that as the original source.

Here's 2 examples of how you might cite the source or correctly attribute an article:

  1. This post was originally published / written  by XYZ and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness

  2. The following content was originally published by XYZ. We have updated some of this article for our readers.


Further Reading:

Instant Branded Articles

What is the Difference Between Wolters Kluwer Freemium and Wolters Kluwer CCH Premium content?

Accessing Xero guides and content in BOMA

How to enter a library access code to unlock a premium library in BOMA

How often is content updated?

How do I select content from the content library for my campaign?

Is the content in the content library specific to my country and/or region?

Using BOMA content on your website or blog

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