Legal Matters

Not so fast! 4 Questions Before You Set Your Book’s Release Date

Slow down! 4 Questions Before You Set Your Book’s Release Date

Surely you must have a date in mind for releasing your book or eBook, or at least an approximate timeframe. As you’ve probably heard from others, this is critical to your marketing program. Unfortunately most self-publishers are so wrapped up in the writing and production details that they have little time to devote to marketing …

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Book Review-The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested, or Killed by Ruth Carter

Anyone writing blog posts or articles—for your own website or your employer’s—should read this book. I’m not a lawyer but my sense is that the author covers all the key issues you need to be familiar with to stay out of trouble. And if you do like to push the envelope, The Legal Side of …

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Sellbox Selects Gumroad to Help Distribute Free Kindle and ePub eBooks of 2013 FTC Dot Com Disclosures

The Federal Trade Commission revised their online advertising disclosure guidelines on March 12, 2013 and published a detailed PDF file complete with 25 pages of examples. Anyone that blogs or uses social media should read this. Because of its importance I thought the 53-page guide would be easier to read as an eBook file (both …

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