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Use of AAPOR Logo

Here are some important rules and guidelines if you’re interested in:

• Claiming membership in AAPOR.

• Placing the AAPOR logo on your Web site.

• Linking to AAPOR’s site.

AAPOR’s members are all individuals – there’s no such thing as an organizational
member. So it’s inappropriate for any organization to claim that it’s a member of
AAPOR, whether in promotional messages or any other venue.

It is appropriate and  acceptable for individuals and organizations to state that they subscribe (if individual members) or adhere (if not AAPOR members) to the AAPOR Code of Professional Ethics and Practices. However, the reference to AAPOR membership must not state or imply that membership in itself is evidence of professional competence.

Individuals may list their AAPOR membership on a c.v., résumé, or biographical sketch.

They also may list their participation in AAPOR short courses, conferences and other
AAPOR-sponsored events, service activities for AAPOR or offices held, as relevant
professional training or experience.

Provided these restrictions are observed, you are welcome to place the AAPOR logo on
your Web site to indicate you subscribe or adhere to the AAPOR Code (so long as a
statement to that effect is included with the logo). You can request a graphics file in high-resolution EPS, or lower-resolution JPG or GIF from AMP.

AAPOR also encourages links from other sites to our site, as long as the link does not  indicate or suggest AAPOR endorsement, certification or approval of the organization.

Updated March 2006




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