Every Blogger Needs Breighanne Eggert's New Legal Blogging Book

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Breighanne Eggert from Average But Inspired published a new eBook for bloggers on the important topics of copyright and trademark. The Blogger's Guide to Copyright and Trademark Law is filled with easy-to-understand information, real life stories from bloggers, and actionable strategies for bloggers to protect themselves and their content. Bloggers are increasingly finding themselves the victims of content theft, as well as being accused of infringing others' intellectual property rights. As a blogger and lawyer, she believes that education for bloggers on these issues is absolutely necessary, and hopes her book is helpful.

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