I had been blogging in WordPress for less than a month and I was astounded by the amount of talented bloggers and photographers here. My day is not enough to read all those amazing contents and stories that each one has written.
Do you know that we can protect our webpage and its contents for free?
Here are some of the sites I’ve found that offer FREE copyrights for everyone:
Protecting your original creations is easy on this site. You just have to provide your email and the URL of your site plus some other personal details to be registered.
How does the MyFreeCopyright works?MyFreeCopyright.com provides a third-party, non-repudiation, registered dating of your original digital creation. By using this service, you publicly associate your digital copyright and defined rights to you.
A list of FAQ are provided by the site. A MyFreeCopyright logo is provided that can be displayed in your site to let others know you are protected.
Creative Commons has been around for quite some time now. They have different licenses that you can choose from that are much detailed and more comprehensive than that of MyFreeCopyright.
You can choose whether to allow others to use your work commercially or you can also choose to let others modify your work. The options are at your fingertips.
A Creative Commons logo is also provided for you to display on your site to let others know that you are using their service.
Myows which stand for My Own Works has a very user friendly site that is crisp, blue and attractive for first time users. It is easy to use because of the simple interface that makes it a clear choice for the younger set.
Try any of these free copyright services that suits your needs.
- Free Copyrights (suddenlyrisa.wordpress.com)
- My Free Copyright: Free Blog Copyright (risablairlovitz.com)
- YouTube’s Foray Into Creative Commons Licensing (sixestate.com)
- Figure Out Where a Photo Originated (howto.wired.com)
- The ABC’s of Creative Commons (whiterabbitisme.wordpress.com)
- Ignorance is Bliss. Or is it? (bloggingwithoutablog.com)
- A Picture’s Worth 1,000 Links: How To Find and Cite Images (blueglass.com)
- How to source copyright free images (marketing.yell.com)
- How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws (readwriteweb.com)
- A Quick Note on Plagiarism Today’s Copyright License (plagiarismtoday.com)
- The Student’s guide to Creative Commons & Fair use (zdnet.com)
- 5 Easy Ways to Beat Social Media or Blog Lawsuits (distributedmarketing.org)
- Bloggers Do It Better X (prettyshinysparkly.com)
- Keep it legal: Copyright and privacy best practise for online video (marketing.yell.com)
- I Am Free, Thank God Almighty | ATLAH Media Network (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- What I would tell Jaki Byard (about copyright law) (artistshousemusic.org)