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Properly copyrighting a content website

Which form, double copyrights, and why...?

     
4:48 pm on Oct 30, 2009 (gmt 0)

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So I'm running into various pieces of conflicting information.

I get info from the office to use form TX to register as an automated database so I can cover various updates regarding my subject matter.

But then I read across various websites that I need to use one of the other forms because it doesn't register the website, but the content.

And I'm a bit confused.

Using the widget analogy...

I run a website that writes about all things widgetry that posts a new article 3 days a week. I use, currently, a singular background image, but will likely use other images in the future within articles. Currently, there is no income stream, as I need to build visitors and don't want exits.

1 image
3 updates a week
No income

Thank you!

~Miles

7:10 am on Nov 12, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Miles! Using a widget helps a lot, it automates things and you do not have to physically put in matter at various places. Just add your widget.

[edited by: bill at 7:32 am (utc) on Nov. 12, 2009]
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1:03 pm on Nov 12, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I've always registered using the TX form.

I'm not sure what you mean by registering "the site rather than the content". That sounds to me like trying to register a book but not the text between the covers...?

Eliz.