• Display the Gear of the Year badge on your website, blog, and newsletter.
Make sure to include a link to the MensJournal.com review. There is no fee.
• Share on Twitter.
Include @MensJournal in your promotion. That will help us see it and retweet it.
If your product or service was selected to be “Gear of the Year” by us, this policy is designed to help you use our “Gear of the Year” badge (the “Badge”) on your website and on social media such as Facebook and Twitter so that you can share this news with your customers without having to worry about negotiating a separate agreement with us. ‘Men’s Journal’ Brand Assets include, but are not limited to, the ‘Men’s Journal’ name, logo, content, and the Badge (together, the “Brand Assets”). If you’d like to make any use of our Brand Assets that is not covered by this document, you must contact us at email@example.com and include a visual mockup of the intended use. Further, any use of our Brand Assets in broadcast or in print, such as advertising, or in television or film production, must be approved by us in writing prior to use, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for permission. You may not use the Badge on any products or on packaging, or on any other product or service other than the product expressly reviewed and designated as Gear of the Year by ‘Men’s Journal.’
You may not modify or alter the Badge or use it in a confusing or disparaging way, including suggesting a partnership with ‘Men’s Journal’ or using the Badge in a way that confuses ‘Men’s Journal’ with another brand. You may not present the Badge in a way that makes it the most distinctive or prominent feature on your site, or combine our Badge with your own name or mark or any generic terms. You may not attempt to get rights for the Badge, the Brand Assets, or any confusingly similar approximations, whether by trademark registration, domain name registration, or otherwise.