Don’t believe the myths about copyright that could put the value of your creativity at risk! Read Copyright Myths You Should Never Believe: The Truth about Protecting and Profiting from Your Creative Work and learn how to separate fact from fiction so you can keep control of the earning potential of your creativity.
This new ebook was written by Innovation to Profits Founder and intellectual property attorney Kelley Keller and includes nearly 40 pages of information busting five common myths about copyrights:
- Myth 1: There is no reason to register copyrights for your creative work.
- Myth 2: Creative Commons has you covered.
- Myth 3: I wrote it/created it, so the copyright is mine.
- Myth 4: My creative work has no monetary value, so a copyright is useless.
- Myth 5: Copyrights are too expensive.
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This Ebook is for Anyone Who Develops Creative Works
Whether you’re a business owner, marketer, writer, programmer, artist, musician, student, photographer, choreographer, or videographer, if you develop creative works that can be protected under copyright law, this ebook is for you.
The ebook is written in easy-to-understand language, not legalese. It gives you the facts you need so you can make the best decisions for your own creative works in order to reach your goals.
15 Critical Things You’ll Learn in this Ebook
Most people have no idea how important copyrights are. They believe the myths and end up losing their rights and the earning potential of their creativity. Don’t let that happen to you!
Read this ebook and you’ll learn:
- What a copyright is
- What can and can’t be copyrighted
- Who can claim copyright
- Your bundle of exclusive rights given to you by federal copyright law
- Problems you’ll face if you don’t register your copyrights
- Why copyright substitutes are ineffective
- The problems with Creative Commons
- What you need to know about using Creative Commons-licensed works
- The difference between copyright authorship and ownership
- When you own a copyright and when you don’t (even if you created the work)
- The value of your creativity and creative works
- Ways to monetize your creativity
- The lifetime value of a copyright
- The real costs of federal copyright registration
- Tips for keeping your copyright registration costs down
Don’t put your creative work at risk! Instead, learn how to separate fact from fiction so you can protect and profit from your creative work.
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