In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:
- Erik Peterson
- Aaron Williams
- Scott Bossman
- Mike Zaino
- Mimi Schmidt
- Scott Todd
This week we go deep inside the moral dilemma and boundaries of Plagiarism.
You’ve put your heart and soul into writing copy and you’ve paid good money for a photographer to go out to the property to take pictures and then someone takes your content and uses it as their own… how do you handle this situation?
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery or is this a blatant lack of respect?
Are there any exceptions?
- What if they change the copy and put their own spin on it?
- What if it’s a friend or acquaintance who takes them?
- What if it’s disclosed that is not theirs and give you the credit?
Listen in as the panel of geeks addresses these questions and more!
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