Content Strategy: Video and Image Search on repubHub

Posted on Oct 22, 2015
By Andrew Elston

We’ve been at it again. We’ve added a new search feature to the repubHub content network. This time we’ve included an option to quickly search for content that includes images or video.

Does Your Website Suggest that Your Content is Free for the Taking?

Posted on Aug 24, 2010
By Andrew Elston

The Print, Email, and Share buttons adjacent to your copyrighted content may indeed suggest to your readers that they are free to reuse your content in any way they choose. Worse, a reader who reposts or redistributes your content (perhaps even profiting from it) may defend his or her actions by asserting that your article tools facilitated and even encouraged the reuse.

Yikes.

If you care about protecting your content from misappropriation and unauthorized distribution, you must read Wendy Davis’s “Blogger Sued by Copyright Troll Argues He Had ‘Implied License’” on MediaPost. Like any alleged copyright infringement case, there are unique twists to this particular situation, but aside from the legal issues there is a very simple business issue: Your content is valuable to others and they will use it to their advantage if you let them.