How to stop YOUR video content being ripped offApril 3, 2008 4:36 pm
I’m not sure if it was during Ed Dale’s video course on Immediate Edge, but some time ago I published video on YouTube for one of my niches.
I was a bit pissed of a couple of weeks later when I found that someone had taken my video, removed my website address from the end and added their own. I asked them to remove the video and reported it to YouTube.
This is his reply:
I’ve removed the video. I hereby apologize for my actions. No hard feelings buddy?
Let me know if everything’s good now.
God Bless? Are you kidding me you scumbag? Everything is NOT good and I do have hard feelings. Ripping off other people’s content is not good.
OK, now I have that out of the way, I’ll tell you the moral of the story:
Always include your branding on every frame of video you submit.
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This post was written by David