Owners of original images and photographs can do what they like with them. But if you want to retain copyright and ownership benefits for them, I would suggest you think very carefully about posting those images elsewhere without a link to your hub. Posting to HP's facebook page, for example, as has been suggested, and to other spots, effectly strips the attributuion and transfers effective ownership or puts them in the public domain. Pinterest has a link back and so avoids this. Just be aware of what you are doing. IMO
by Michael Willis5 years ago
This idiot just ignores all DMCA's, e-mails and keeps posting my Hub all over the web. I did a search with Plagiarism Checker (ww.articlechecker.com)and found 2 pages in Google and about the same in Yahoo where my hub...
by Adam Harkus6 months ago
I've been approached by a number of specialized sites regarding a number of my articles on Guitar product reviews. Obviously I was quite proud and humbled to be even considered to write content for these sites, some of...
by WriteAngled4 years ago
I'm wondering if anyone can enlighten me on copyright and attribution issues with respect to products sold on Amazon. If I write a hub that focuses specifically on one or more Amazon products, where do I stand with...
by Paul Edmondson10 months ago
Hi Hubbers, I mentioned in the past that we've been working with a company that helps identify SEO issues. Many of the issues they identify come in the form of penalties which they believe hurt the entire...
by Melanie Shebel4 years ago
Some hubs don't show a thumbnail (my hubs don't) when posting to facebook, but some do.I don't know if Facebook is unable to recognize a photo on certain hub accounts or what, but I thought I'd let you know.
by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
I find that some images need a full copy of the GFDL to be attached to the image being used.I would like to know from hubbers how this is done.
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