Quick Tip - copyright universal default?
In setting up a new hub, is there a way to set up the copyright choice so that it is universally applied to all my hubs? Also, I would like to open a new hub and have the same copyright set as a default.
I love the templates and the ability to copy a template - perhaps this default is located if I copy a template?
This may have been covered a long time ago but I am just getting back into writing again. So if this is a tired and worn out subject I apologize.
To the best of my knowledge, Kelly, you have to designate each hub individually. Under EDIT mode on the mid-to-lower right-hand side, you always have the choice of listing your copyright or "no notice" for each hub under DISPLAY OPTIONS.
I believe Hub Pages leaves this choice open because sometimes a hub is created using information which is known and/or the author wants to freely share the information with the public without any concern of copyright infringement. It's strictly a matter of personal choice. A few of my own hubs are not copyrighted.
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