Trademark & Brand Guidelines
You may use Offer Letter trademarks in text solely to refer to and/or link to Offer Letter’s products and services and in accordance with the terms of these Guidelines.
You may not:
- use Offer Letter logos, logotypes, icons, trade dress or other elements of Offer Letter packaging, websites or materials unless specifically permitted under these Guidelines or other applicable guidelines;
- use the trademarks in the name of your business, product, service, app, domain name, social media account, or other offering Publications, Seminar Events, and Conferences
- use the trademarks more prominently than your product or service name;
- use the trademarks on promotional merchandise that you are selling or distributing (such as t-shirts, travel mugs, etc.);
- do or say anything or use the trademarks in a way that implies affiliation with, or sponsorship, endorsement or approval by Offer Letter of your products or services;
- alter, animate, or distort the trademarks or combine them with any other symbols, words, images or designs, or incorporate them into a tagline or slogan;
- use the trademarks in any way that is contrary to these Guidelines and/or the Publications, Seminars, and Conferences Guidelines.
Social Media Guidelines
The name of your social media account, any and all pages or communities, cannot begin with a Offer Letter trademark. In addition, Offer Letter logos cannot be used in a way that might suggest affiliation with Offer Letter, including, but not limited to, the account, profile, or header images. The only exceptions to these requirements are if (1) you’ve secured permission from Offer Letter through a license or equivalent (though such licenses are not generally available in this context); or (2) you’re using a Offer Letter trademark (not including logos) to describe the purpose of your account, page, or community provided that:
- you are not suggesting affiliation with or endorsement by Offer Letter; and,
- your account does not use the name or likeness of any prominent individuals within Offer Letter.
This document was last updated on May 31, 2021