As a Web lawyer, the #1 mistake I see Internet business owners make when protecting their website’s content from pirates is to put a copyright notice on the site and do nothing more.
Although a notice with the word “Copyright,” © symbol etc. is a good first step, it’s a baby step when it comes to protecting what you own.
If you’ve got a U.S.-based website with text, photos, graphics, and/or eBooks, there’s one more important step you must take for peace of mind.
To learn what you need to do, I’ve created a new special report called “How to Quickly and Easily Protect Your Internet Business With U.S. Copyrights.”
Of course, if you have any particular legal questions about copyrights, consult with your Web lawyer.
To your online success,
-Mike the Web lawyer