I have published 6 hubs till now. I have put a copyright notice only on one of hubs as it is completely written by me. All the images and videos are originally taken by me. It is fine in that case.
I have seen some writers putting copyright only according to their texts, while the media being from other sources. Doesn't a copyright tag mean an indication that everything is yours only?
I am kind of confused now. I just want to know is it okay to put copyright solely for what you have written? Or is it necessary that the media must be yours too?
What matters is that the text of the Hub is yours, and the layout and exact combination of text, videos and images is yours. So yes, it is OK to place a copyright notice on all Hubs.
by Crystal Tatum 5 years ago
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by Whitney 9 years ago
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by C L Grant 5 years ago
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by Whitney 10 years ago
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by Christin Sander 3 years ago
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by RunningDeer 5 years ago
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