3 edition of The Legal Side of Blogging found in the catalog.
by JENTS, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||100|
Why you need to Protect your Blog. When I was searching for legal help with my blog, I came across a blog post called, “3 ways to legally protect your blog and online business,” written by Amira at A Self Guru. She is a lawyer by day and a blogger by night. I learned soooo much. When I started this blog I had not worked for two years, and I started it for several reasons, one to ensure my brain was in gear and may be one day make a side income. So, I started to research well what do I need to do, have in place etc to be on the right side of legal stuff. You can all see how technical I am with legal speak – not at all.
I have personally taken the time to draft each template myself based on my experiences as both a lawyer and a blogger. My legal templates are super easy to customize and most bloggers have them completed within minutes!. I know the legal side of blogging can be quite overwhelming and intimidating, so you are also welcome to join my FREE Facebook group where you can easily reach . Author Blogging 8 Blogging Styles You Can Use Today (The Book Designer) — “When you’re first getting started it makes sense to find a style you like and try it, keeping in mind that you can change, continue to modify, and refine what you’re doing as you go along.”.
(TL;DR) Blogging Your Book Lets You: Test Your Ideas Build Your Audience Make Your Book Better; You can blog your book ahead of time. You just need to do it the right way. Quick note: I am writing specifically about blogging non-fiction. Fiction is a different animal. I am not a huge fan of blogging fiction but it can work. The benefits of a niche legal blog. When done right, starting a blog for your law firm can help build authority and trust with your potential clients, and with legal industry influencers who may share your writing more widely. And, as Kevin notes, starting a niche blog is definitely not as scary as some legal professionals may think.
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The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested, or Killed Kindle Edition by Ruth Carter (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ruth Carter Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(18). This book gives a very good, mostly thorough, overview of many of the legal risks of blogging (there were a few areas that I thought could have been delved into more thoroughly but not many).
It covers areas where you could get fired, even arrested or killed, but mostly it covers lawsuit risks, and that's the most likely issue bloggers would face.4/5. The Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers Paperback – April 7, by Ruth Carter (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ruth Carter Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an The Legal Side of Blogging book.
Learn about Author Central 5/5(3). Having a blog is awesome. Having the cops or Joe the Process Server show up on your doorstep is not. Bloggers put themselves at legal risk with each and every blog post.
Yes, you have freedom of speech but that doesn’t mean you can’t get sued. This book will tell you how to stay out of legal hot water — with your boss, the cops, and the. Book Review-The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested, or Killed by Ruth Carter By David Wogahn 1 Comment Anyone writing blog posts or articles—for your own website or your employer's—should read this book.
Hi there. I’m The Legal Side of Blogging book co-founder of Blogging for New Bloggers® and Tinylovebug®, and co-host of the popular Blogging for New Bloggers® community (25K+ members). In addition, I’m an international lawyer, university lecturer & GDPR expert (LLB, LLM, PhD). I use the combination of my research, teaching, and blogging experience + over 15 years’ legal expertise to empower bloggers like you to.
by Sara Hawkins. I met Sara on Google+, where I seem to be spending more and more time I realized that she was both an attorney and someone who understands the world of bloggers, online publishers, and authors, I asked her to write an article that would highlight legal issues authors face, and how those issues affect self-publishers.
The legal side can be overwhelming, but I think it’s important to note that many of the legal aspects of blogging can be established once and only revisited if/when circumstances change.
Many of the legal statements or contracts that a blogger would need can be used for years once they are set up properly. Blogging legally. It’s something not a lot of us talk about, but understand the legal aspects of blogging is so important to running a successful business.
Luckily I knew exactly who to turn to for that stuff – Jackie from Jade and Oak. Jackie is a lawyer in her day job and blogs on the side, and I have been following her blog for years.
"Anyone with a blog should understand the legal implications of publishing their thoughts on the Internet. Written by a blogger for bloggers, The Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers addresses the full scope of legal issues that accompany blogging, including intellectual property, criminal law, employment law, professional conduct, and much more.
Hi Barbara. I haven’t questioned whether what I’ve done on my blog is legal. About 90% of what I write is original. Once in a while I will share a quote or an excerpt from a book that includes a link or reference to the source. And, I use images from the Creative Commons Attribution License on Flickr.
Thanks for highlighting this reference. Over the years, I have been asked more than once to write a book on the basics of legal blogging.
A lawyer in a larger firm asked during a recent program of blogging I was teaching if there was a book covering the strategy and how-to’s of legal blogging.
She was interested in publishing a legal blog, but confessed she had a lot to learn. Today, I asked Amira, a practicing lawyer, and a business coach to contribute a guest post as a legal guide for bloggers.
Here’s what she has to say on blogging legally. When you start a blog, the legal side of blogging and how it impacts your online business is often the last thing on your learning how to blog legally is very important if you don’t want to get sued. Only a few pages into Ruth Carter's handy little book, I learned several things.
And the learning kept coming. Blog long enough, and you will piss someone off. Blog long enough without Carter's legal insight and you may very well find yourself at the business end of a summons, or a pink slip (or worse).
The title isn't sensationalistic, it's s: Here are three ways you can perform the initial screening search for your blog name on your own: US Patent and Trademark Office Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS): Using TESS is free.
Go there, click on Basic Word Mark Search, and search for your blog name and its variations. Remember, the names don’t have to be exact for there to be an infringement, as shown in my KINXS. The goal here is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger, to let you know you have rights, and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected.
Please note that this guide applies to people living in the US. I hope you have found this useful and helpful in learning more about blog disclaimers. If you are interested in learning more about the legal side of running your blog, check out my free email course – Legalize Your Blog.
Author Bio: I’ve been blogging at Jade and Oak for over 4 years and have been a licensed attorney for over 6 years. I love sharing the legal side with other bloggers. Great tips on the legal side of blogging. When it comes to possible defamation, I’d like to add that free speech is a highly valued concept in the Internet; but it’s just as easily prone to abuse.
From my experience, blogging from a fairly objective, journalistic approach is a safe path to take. So many bloggers forget about the legal side of blogging and I’d hate them to get in trouble especially with GDPR regulations too.
Reply. Brittany says. July 3, at pm. Thanks for these legal blogging tips. Reply. yolanda says. July 4, at pm.
You are welcome Brittany. Y ou may just be sharing recipes, writing reviews, or commenting on politics, and your blog may only be read by a small group of friends, but media law still applies –. Legal Tips For Bloggers. Before we get started with Amira’s Legal Tips For Bloggers, let’s talk blogging, first.
If you haven’t yet started or monetized your blog yet, enroll in my money-making bloggers startup course for FREE right now. We cover everything you need to start a professional blog. There you have it, now you know how to blog legally!
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