Public Domain Copyrights Rule#1 Rule#2

By: Hannah Pendergraph Of Edwards Marketing

By following the simple Rule#1 And Rule#2. You will be well on your way in make History today! Follow Rule One Ane Two

Public Domain Copyrights Rule

Rule #1: What are public domains?
Public domains are expired copyrights from 1923 to 1963. 85% of everything right now falls into public domains. Due to the 28 year renewal. There are no limits at all to public domains, and there are billions of works out there right now.

To research for public domains copyrights

  • go to loc.gov/copyright.com. 
  • On homepage, do a search for USA, regular and documented under Author, Title, or ID number to verify if they were renewed. Look for facts, blank forms, US gov't forms, movies, books, audios, manuals, etc...

Rule #2 : The second rule is to change, recopy, or write.
You only have to do a minimum amount of changes. For example: Changing a Title (ex. use your noodle to make oodles was changed to think and grow rich), (ex. How to win friends and influence people was changed from a weak title)

You could also just add pictures or graphics.

In other words, once you find out it's copyright was not renewed, you can change a minimal amount of it, make it your own, and refile for copyright, and it will be yours. You can turn this into manuals, ebooks, or reports, with minimal changes, and you can own it.

Huge Market for Public Domain Materials

  • Currently, there is a huge market that is wide open for any publication wrote in spanish. A quick trick to find out what needs to be published go to wordtrack or adword and research to see what topics are needed. If you are offline, go to your nearest college, library, or used book store. 
  • You can go to addell.com and search terms for all public domains on 1963 golf books. You can edit the content and republish them.

History of intellectual properties.
Remember to recopy them ethically. The last point that needs to be made is books and movies are remade and sequaled everyday (ex. Terminator 1,2Business Management Articles,3). Due to the fact that the best products are ones that sold before and were tested over and over and worked.

More Infor About Duration of Copyright

The law automatically protects a work that is created and fixed in a tangible medium of expression on or after January 1, 1978, from the moment of its years.

  • For a “joint work prepared by two or more authors who did not work for hire,” the term lasts for 70 years after the last surviving author’s death.
  • For works made for hire and anonymous and pseudonymous works, the duration of copyright is 95 years from first publication or 120 years from creation, whichever is shorter (unless the author’s identity is later revealed in Copyright Office records, in which case the term becomes the author’s life plus 70 years). 

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