Do I need to copyright my blog posts?
You have automatic copyright protection for any content you create. But if you want to take legal action, you’ll need one individually for each blog entry. To do this, you must file and apply to the US Copyright Office.
How can I copyright the content of my blog?
Switch on copyright symbol © on every page site, along with your name and date. Create a dedicated page about your reposting policy. You don’t need legal language – just be clear about what you will and will not tolerate when republishing your content. Register for a Creative Commons license.
How much does copyright for a blog cost?
It costs $ 35 for one application for copyright registration. If you post and post each week, it will cost you $ 1,820 over the year for the filing fees alone.
Is blogging protected by copyright?
Web content, including blogs, is protected by copyright. Just as copying content from a printed book and posting it as your own would be considered an infringement of copyright, so would copying a blog entry and pasting it into another blog.
Do bloggers pay taxes?
Remember that as a blogger, you will likely face estimated taxeswhich most traditional workers don’t have to worry about. The tax system in the United States works on a “pay-as-you-go” basis. Since you have no tax deductible from your blogging income, you must pay the estimated taxes to the IRS every quarter.