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New Editors Only Article: Protect and Monetize Online Content.

New Britain, CT, October 03, 2010 --(PR.com)-- How can editors and publishers protect their online content from plagiarism and unauthorized reproduction? In the September 2010 issue of the Editors Only online newsletter, attorney R. David Donaghue shares seven steps toward safeguarding content.

"The best way to protect content on the Internet is to acquire and enforce copyrights," says Donaghue. "More and more, widespread content theft is causing organizations of all sizes to consider enforcement programs to protect their content." His seven-step plan includes registering copyrights, giving notice of those copyrights, tracking content, setting traps for potential plagiarists, policing content, customizing terms and conditions, and establishing an action plan.

This plan works, says Donaghue, because it is "powerful and relatively inexpensive to implement. The simplicity and relatively low cost means that it can be used by publications of all sizes -- not just by the Fortune 500 companies."

To read Donaghue's article, visit http://publishinghelp.com/editors.

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