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Saving Money Isn't Always the main Goal

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by: jamesjordan199456
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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 Time: 12:38 PM

When you start your business, you have lots to think about. You're going to worry about the cost of the different things you need. Your web page will probably be expensive. Advertising should cost even more. Finding someone to help you with things will cost lots of money. You could even be slightly tempted to cut corners. It is likely that you are going to be trying to figure out at least a few different ways that you can cut costs but sometimes doing this can hurt you. It could be extremely detrimental. The area that it hurts you the most is when you violate copyright and intellectual property laws. Check out these examples.

Stealing the design of somebody's website. It is one thing to download a free theme for your website or to work with a free website builder. It is completely different to outright duplicate another person's design. Obviously the net is a giant place and it isn't very likely that the original designer is ever going to learn about your theft but that doesn't mean that you should take the chance. If you really love the design and are looking for a design for your own site, why not simply get in touch with the site owner or the original designer and ask that they give you permission to use the design or ask the original designer how much it will cost to develop a new design that is just yours.

Using photos and images without having permission. Just because a Search engine image search presents a graphic or photo isn't going to mean that the photo or graphic is part of the public domain. Google indexes graphics and then links back to the first website on which it is displayed. There's no issue with this. Using the image or photo on your site without getting permission from the creator or owner, however, is a breach of copyright law. You could be sued by the owner if he or she ever discovers about it. Always consult the owner of the graphic for authorization before you use the image. You could possibly wind up having to pay a little bit of money but it'll be worth it if you can push away legal action. If you're low on funds you could do a search for free images or Creative Commons licenses that permit commercial use. It's acceptable for the public to work with those.

Using someone's published content material. If you want to utilize someone else's content on your own website it is vital that you give the original writer credit. If the content material you use is from another website, it is essential that you make sure you put up a link to that site. This can help you obtain the favor of the original publisher. If you never put up links or give credit to the original creator, you will get in significant trouble for copyright infringement as well as intellectual property theft. These cost a lot more than you'll pay someone to create original content for you or the links from your site to the original.

It is definitely better to err on the side of caution with regards to building your business. Saving money is naturally something you need to do but just make sure that you save it legally. If you don't then you certainly might be facing a much larger cost than you would have otherwise.

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