How can I put a copyrights on my blog to avoid copying it without any of my permissions?
Unknown to most people, but everything you write automatically has a copyright. No one is allowed to leagally copy anyone else's content without permission.
You can apply for a copyright, but it will cost you money and may not keep people from copying your content anyways.
Just put a post on your blog that this is your own copyrighted material and no one is allowed to copy it.
generally in footer.if you are using,blogger.com go to edit your footer section and edit
HTML CODE IS
© yoursite.com 2011 All rights reserved.
you can try to use following website www.copyscape.com
Your work should be automatically copyrighted by law . Your only problem would be that you would have to prove that you were the oringinator of the work in question, were it ever to go to court.
by snehamadhuri 9 years ago
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by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
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by Mary Craig 6 years ago
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by Ruchi Urvashi 6 years ago
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by dellea 5 years ago
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by Lorraine Dauphinee 4 years ago
What do you put in the address in the permalink box when you first start the hub?
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