Back at you again concerning the Constant Content publishing. You said in your first answer to my question "usage rights". Please explain what exactly are usage rights in this context?
Crophugger there are a ton of Hubs on the subject,just search for it. Personally I don't write on there,I just have it on my profile to try for referrals.
According to Constant-Content, "A usage license is basically the right to reprint the article as it is in the attached document. Purchasing a unique license is similar except that we remove the article from the archives so that no one else can purchase it. With a full rights license we remove the article from our archives and the purchaser is allowed to edit, change and even resell the article."
Hope that helps!
by anish92 7 years ago
Article Rights at Constant ContentI recently joined CC and have question for their experienced members:As far as I know you HAVE to offer Usage Rights to all your articles. Now s'ppose I offer full/unique rights along with usage and sell a usage copy before a unique copy. What happens now?
by Jim Miller 5 years ago
Has your usage of Facebook changed in the last year?A Pew Research Center study finds that some 61% of Facebook users reported they have cut back substantially the amount of time they spend on Facebook. Has your usage changed, and if so, why?
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