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eBook Copyright Feedback

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by JrNation109, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. JrNation109

    JrNation109 Junior Member

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    I am going to write an eBook and sell it on a few websites like ClickBank and JVZoo. This is my very first eBook and I'm really excited to get this product launched. I have looked at a few eBooks and I've noticed they all have their copyright and terms page on them. So, after looking over a few of them I created my own. I was wondering if you all could give me some feedback on how it is and if there is anything I need to change. I am obviously not a lawyer and as I said this is my first eBook so I am sure I left a few things uncovered. I want to make sure I protect myself as much as possible. Thank you all for your feedback. Here is what I have so far.

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    Under no circumstances may this publication be reproduced, or transmitted in any forms, electronic, photocopying, scanning, screenshots, or otherwise, without the written consent from the author. 
     
    Although the author has made his best efforts while creating this publication, he makes no warranties or promises of any kind. Affiliates or sales representatives offering this publication may create no warranties of any kind. The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the author and should not be taken into consideration if the reader chooses to follow these strategies. A professional should be consulted prior to utilizing this publication. The author shall not be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damages that result from this publication, including but not limited to incidental, consequential, special, or other damages.  
     
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  2. JrNation109

    JrNation109 Junior Member

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    No one has any thoughts on this.... come on theres got to be someone out there who has a few seconds to spare to help out a fellow member.
     
  3. hoodman

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    yeah that copyright should do the trick
     
  4. verial

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    Your work is automatically copyrighted when you produce it.

    This is the copyWRITING forum, by the way.
     
  5. InTh3Moment

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    Hey there, it looks like you have the right idea. I had to create legalese for a few contracts last year and I took the same approach that you did. I found some other similar content that also was legally protected and took ideas from it. Looking it over, what you have looks good but the only way you can be guaranteed it will be legally viable is to have a real lawyer take a look at it. I think verial is right on both counts, but I'm not sure that it will stop others from ripping you off. The intimidating legal jargon might though.