How do I go about copywriting my work? I am paranoid that someone is going to steal my ideas. Can you help?
Well, when you write something it automatically becomes copyrighted. Of course if you are worried that someone will steal it and you want to be able to take legal action you have to officially copyright it. If it's a book you do it with the US copyright office. Not sure what to do if it's simply an article...or a creative piece of writing.
You can register copyright but unless you expect to bring legal action against infringers there is no real advantage to it. If you do compile all your posts into one collection to save money.
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