Your 12-Step Roadmap To Becoming A Well-Paid, Working Web Writer: Module 11

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The Business Logistics of Your Web-Writing Business

The Legal Side of Writing for the Web

In some ways, writing for the Web and living the freelance lifestyle is nearly all icing. After all, you get to enjoy unlimited income, total freedom within your day, and the luxury of working from home.

There’s only one tiny thing you need to keep alive in the back of your mind: Protection from legal issues.

It’s not a huge deal, nor is it a huge problem, but if you’re going to be a professional then you need to make sure your bases are covered. Although, generally speaking, copywriters and web writers are not at risk for lawsuits for two reasons:

  1. You know better than to make untrue claims about the products and services you write about
  2. Your client is the one who’s ultimately responsible for the product or service you write about

Because of that, we’re not about to recommend you get well-versed in every copywriting law that exists. We just want you to get familiar with the laws that control direct and web-marketing so your career never gets put at risk because of some legal snafu.

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Mindy Tyson McHorse

Mindy Tyson McHorse

Executive Editor for The Barefoot Writer, Mindy McHorse writes for clients in the biz-opp, alternative medicine, and self-help world.

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