Your iCopyright Toolbar and repubHub service just got even better. Update now!

Posted on Sep 22, 2015
By Andrew Elston

We recently released a new version of the iCopyright Toolbar (version 2.5.8) that includes enhanced access to our repubHub portal for you and for other editors and administrators of your site.  If you haven’t updated your iCopyright Toolbar plugin already, you’ll want to now!

Live repubHub Demonstrations at ONA15

Posted on Sep 22, 2015
By Guest Writer

Meet the iCopyright and repubHub Team in Los Angeles

Meet the iCopyright and repubHub team at ONA15, the Online News Association’s 20ONa15 Logo15 Conference, September 24-26, in Los Angeles. ONA15 is the premier gathering of highly engaged digital journalists who are shaping the future of media.

Copyright Compliance and Content Republishing: “Coloring within the Lines”

Posted on Sep 18, 2015
By Andrew Elston

iCopyright and repubHub are the focus of a recent article at InfoToday.com, iCopyright and WordPress: Copyright Compliance Made Easy.

New iCopyright Toolbar/repubHub WordPress Plugin and New Content Sources

Posted on Jul 29, 2015
By Andrew Elston

It’s summertime!

Citing Sources/Giving Credit: Content Creation and Content Curation

Posted on Jul 09, 2015
By Andrew Elston

Whether you are republishing content, repurposing content or quoting great content written by someone else, you must always properly cite sources to give credit where it is due. Corey Eldron (Follow Her on Twitter)  from the Inbound Marketing team at HubSpot, published a great article that provides advice for making attribution of content and images much easier.

Video Blog: repubHub – The New Content Network

Posted on Jul 02, 2015
By Andrew Elston

Are you a content creator or a content curator?

Benefits of Licensed Content Republishing: Save Time and Maintain Standards

Posted on Jun 27, 2015
By Andrew Elston

We’ve all heard of the phrase “content is king”, perhaps most prominently attributed to Bill Gates in 1996. Back in 1996 Bill Gates knew that the Internet would act as a photocopier of sorts, with content being easily taken from one publisher to another at very little, or in some cases, no cost. He also knew that the Internet audience would want updated, relevant and timely content to hold its interest. This still holds great value for every entity producing online content.

Solve Content Creation Roadblocks: Content Republishing Tips

Posted on Jun 16, 2015
By Andrew Elston

Various sources, including QuickSprout.com, state that there are 10 major roadblocks to content creation. Familiar to all is writer's block. Additional roadblocks include: reader engagement, time management, budget, and management of the content marketing team.

7 Things to Know About Reusing Content

Posted on Dec 17, 2014
By Andrew Elston

Republishing great content from well-branded and reliable sources is one of the most productive ways to amplify the power of your own site and brand messaging. It's also a great way to also add new depth to your own original content.

Here are 7 things you should know about republishing content as part of your overall content strategy.

1. Compliance: When you use unlicensed content that you scrape from another site, you violate the author’s copyrights and face potentially severe legal penalties if caught. However, when you license the content, you and your readers can verify your authorization to re-use the original publisher's content. When you use a service like repubHub, each piece of content includes tracking information, so the original publishers are aware you are legally using their content.

4 Tips to Help Publishers Monetize Content

Posted on Nov 25, 2014
By Andrew Elston

It’s easy to get into the flow of creating content just to create content. But we shouldn’t forget the bottom-line for publishing content, which is to create more website traffic and sales, monetize your content into a revenue generating activity, and create more overall value for your business.

Content-based sites often struggle with finding ways to introduce content monetization. But as you start to gain more readership, people start to engage with your content, and awareness of your brand continues to grow, it’s time to start considering what tools and monetization efforts you can start to apply to your content to make it more valuable for your company’s bottom line.