If you’re a musician–especially if you’re just starting out–copyrighting your music might be the last thing on your mind. You figure that nobody will pirate it (probably), and decide that you’d even be flattered if someone did steal your music. And that might seem all well and good…until the day you spot your music in […]
The majority of copyright infringement cases settle by people having an honest conversation about their needs. So the faster you can get to whatever amount you’re comfortable settling with, get there and move on. You’ll ultimately be much happier, and you’ll be able to put your energy (and money!) exactly where it should be–in the unique content you’re creating.
On this blog, I’ve talked a lot about what to do after you find out your content was stolen (gather documentation and send a DMCA takedown notice), or well before your content has a chance to be stolen (register your copyrights). But one thing I haven’t touched on is how to check if your content […]
If you’re a creator, you may need some convincing that making money is a good thing. On a basic level, everyone understands that you need money to pay the bills…but when it comes to actually being successful and not just scraping by, there can be a serious mental block. “I don’t need much to live […]
When you spend your time making digital content, it can become easy to forget that, shockingly, not everybody understands the digital world. And when you’re writing the documents for your case, you need to be able to communicate with lawyers, judges, or whoever’s reading your case. It may be a clerk totally unfamiliar with the […]