Now it brought you to our website. Don’t worry, you’re not in any legal trouble.
The reason that website indicates that the “material provided on this page was prepared by AbstractLaw.com” Is because companies from all over the world trust AbstractLaw.com to create custom (or use our standard version) of legal pages for their websites.
More importantly, websites have to have a page to proclaim what images are proprietary to the individual or business the website is about and what images they may have “burrowed” from Google.
If you “burrowed” any images from Google, you should seriously consider taking them down immediately. It’s not a good idea and you have actually committed a crime. That’s right, you’ve committed a crime! “Burrowing” someone else’s images or context (even if you swap out their business name for yours) is a felony in most instances. So please, take down any burrowed images and context that isn’t created in whole by you or your organization.
You can always purchase “Licensed” or “Royalty Free” image. Just remember, you aren’t the only one using those “Licensed” And “Royalty Free” images and Google rated those sites as “Harmful” And you WILL be pushed further down in the search engine results.
Now you are stuck with trying to find all these images and content for these pages by yourself. That can be very stressful. Don’t worry, that’s what we are here for!
Did you know copying and pasting from another website to yours is not only illegal but harmful to your search engine results? EVEN IF YOU SWAP OUT THEIR BUSINESS NAME FOR YOURS!
It is virtually impossible to rewrite the same legal pages for our clients with different words. Although the English language is one of the best languages to express one point in almost ten different ways using completely different words, it can only be done so many times. Somebody, somewhere is going to be guilty of plagiarism.
That’s where the experts at AbstractLaw.com are here to help. Our legal department works hand-in-hand with Google’s Meta Data investigators to inform them of the companies that we represent and the text we provided and the pages (URL’s) that it is posted on.
When it is done correctly, you don’t commit felony copyright fraud, you’re not guilty of plagiarism and Google will not penalize you by placing you further down in search engine results.
Don’t worry, this doesn’t cost thousands and thousands of dollars. A legal section for a standard ancillary website is only a one time (flat rate) fee of $19.95.
For websites that sell products and/or services, or collect information to process data and/or distribute said data, your one time flat rate fee can range from $29.95 to $250.00.
The prices above are for the life of your business on the web. Should your site be removed from the internet for any reason for more than 90 days, you would have to repurchase these services. Also, if your *domain for your business, or the (original) posted **URL should change; just give us a call or send us an email; and for $9.99, we will update your information with all the major search engines.
*Example: https://www.abstractlaw.com becomes https://www.abstractlaw.net
**Example: https://abstractlaw.com/copyright-and-trademark-notice.html/ becomes https://www.abstractlaw.com/legal/copyright/
“OMG! I have to call you guys every time I redo my website?”
No, we partner with a few major website designers and Online Brand Management and Online Presence Management providers located right here in New York City. Relax, their prices are just as reasonable as ours.
Furthermore, if you create a website using Centel Media or Reputection.com you don’t pay us at all! Are services are included with the price of the design of your website.
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