How To Display Copyright on my Website.
As a Virtual Business Social Media Manager & Assistant, I get the How to Display Copyright on my website …question asked to me daily.
If you are like me you usually work in fast-paced environments and need things done, yesterday. I like to save people time and money and being the “go- to gal” for all things Admin, I have created many reference tools, binders and glossaries full of tips and tricks to help you out. When creating websites I often get asked the same question like this one, How do I display copyright on my website or blog?
Introducing a few Acceptable ways How to Display Copyright © on your Website.
Copyright 2017 Your Company Name, LLC
Copyright 2005-2017 Your Company Name, LLC
© 2017 Your Company Name, LLC
© 2000-2017 Company Name, LLC
Here is ours… Copyright 2017 © Persistants Executive Assistants. All Rights Reserved. At Persistants Executive Assistants, we’ve also used ©2017 Persistants Executive Assistants, LLC | All Rights Reserved.
Here are a few of the rules when it comes to How you should display copyright on your website:
One Rule is to decide if you are going to use the “copyright” or ©, but you needn’t use both, although I like to.
There is no period between the date and the organization or person who claims the copyright.
If your website contains material created in previous years, you can opt to use a date range in the copyright notice.
Please note that this blog post (or any blog post for that matter), should not substitute for the advice of your attorney. If you’re in doubt or have more detailed questions about your own work, we recommend that you consult a lawyer.
Another Free tip for you:
Introducing a couple of Shortcodes for Inserting a copyright, registered or trademark symbol in any Windows application:
For the Copyright symbol (©) Hold the Alt key down and type 0169.
For the Trademark symbol (TM) Hold the Alt key down and type 0153.
For the Registered symbol (®) Hold the Alt key down and type 0174.
Copyright 2017 © Persistants Executive Assistants. All Rights Reserved.
Thank you and I hope that helped you figure out and introduce you to a few Acceptable ways How to Display Copyright on your Website.
Feel Free to comment below if you have any other questions or if this post helped you in your business.