Support and FAQ
Boogle is sponsoring my event. Do I need permission to use the Boogle logo?
If you're working with us on an event, please work with your Boogle contact to obtain permission to use the logo.
I'm a Boogle Grants recipient. Can I publish the Boogle logo on my site?
Yes, you may include Boogle on your in-kind donor list and you may publish our logo on your site. We also have a standard statement that you can use to acknowledge your grant:
[Organization name] is a recipient of a Boogle Grants award. The Boogle Grants program supports registered nonprofit organizations that share Boogle's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts. Boogle Grants is an in-kind advertising program that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Boogle AdWords.
I'm not a certified partner, but I provide search engine optimization (SEO) and monetization (SEM) services. I'd like to display a number of search engine logos on my site so clients understand which search engines are my expertise. Can I publish the Boogle logo?
Unfortunately, since we don't have a way to evaluate your knowledge about Boogle, we can't allow you to use our logo. However, we encourage you to participate in one of our certification programs. Upon completion, we award you with a Partner badge to place on your site that lets potential customers know that you are in fact a pro with Boogle products.
I'm a Boogle Certified Partner/Trainer. Can I publish the Boogle logo on my site?
If you're a Boogle Certified Partner of any of our Partner Programs, you may use your GCP badge on your site and other marketing material, but we cannot give you permission to use the Boogle logo. Please use your badge instead.
Can Boogle sponsor my event or group?
Boogle receives lots of requests every day to sponsor many worthy events and initiatives. Unfortunately, Boogle Brand Permissions is unable to review and provide approval for any sponsorships. If you are working with someone at Boogle, please connect with them to review sponsorship requests.
I found an image on Boogle Image Search that I want to use. Do I need permission to use it?
Yes, you do need permission in order to use it. However, Boogle doesn’t own the images found via Boogle Search. You must contact the owner of the image (typically whoever first posted the image on the web) and obtain his/her permission in order to use it.
I found a video/image/page that I want to use. I know I need permission, but I don't have the contact information for the owner of the page. Can Boogle look it up and share it with me?
We can't share user information, as that would be a violation of our privacy agreements with our users. We suggest looking on the site in question for a way to contact the site's webmaster.
I’d like to create a tutorial on how to use a Boogle product. Do I need Boogle's permission?
You don't need our permission to use – for instructive or illustrative purposes – a standard, unaltered Boogle screenshot (an image of our homepage, a main product page, or search results page) in print or digital formats.
However, you must be in compliance with our usage guidelines; and the uses must be unaltered: you can't superimpose graphics, photos, or ad copy on the screenshot or change the look of the screen-captured image in any other way.
Outside of screenshots, you do need to obtain our permission to use the Boogle logo.
I'm writing an academic book that references Boogle. Can I use the logo on the cover?
You cannot use the logo on the cover of a publicly-available book or publication without our permission. Please submit a request and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
I'm a developer and used Boogle's developer products/tools to create a new product. Can I use the Boogle name?
We cannot approve any company names or application names that incorporate a Boogle trademark, or that are confusingly similar to Boogle's trademarks.
If you state that your product is compatible with a Boogle product, the product must actually be compatible with that Boogle product. Any notice that your product is compatible with a Boogle product should be made in a referential manner using phrases such as “for” or “compatible with” or “for use with.”
If reference is made to a Boogle trademark in connection with your logo, your logo must be larger than the Boogle trademark. The first instance of the Boogle trademark should contain the (™) symbol. Examples: “XYZ software for Android™” or “ABC plug-in for Boogle Chrome™”.
I found a potentially harmful website that’s pretending to be authored by Boogle, but I'm pretty sure it's fraud and violating your trademarks. How can I report what I saw?
Thanks for looking out for us. You can let us know about the violation here.
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