Staying within copywrite laws when creating an Ecommerce website?
I’m starting an Ecommerce business where I’ll sell wholesale purchased electronics and games. Do I need permission from the companies to use pictures of their products on my website?
Advice on staying with copywrite laws is greatly appreciated.
That is a very tricky question. Originally, we thought to use manufacturer supplied images, and for an article we wrote several chemical companies were contacted. Most companies were very nice and helpful, however Wynns chemical wanted final editorial approval before they would consider supplying images and even protested when we suggested we would take our own photos. All the photos of products we have on our site were taken by us or commissioned by us. Even with this approach, and contacting the companies some express a serious dislike.
This is the article I remember we had problems with Wynns on;
License needed to start an eCommerce retail website from India selling to UK and US?
I am working on a plan to start an ecommerce website for online retail of indian clothers from india to uk and us, wanted to know what kind of documentation, papers or license i would need to do so.
Contact secretary of states office in the state that you live in.
I need help with a name for my social networking ecommerce website?
I am creating a social networking ecommerce website. User will have a profile where they can chat and a store to sale items. I cannot come up with a name
Get a professional ecommerce website design?
Where can I get a website template that looks like walmart, tartget, kmart, etc. Something clean and professional.
You can google yourself some professional Template websites or just visit some of the following for more help.
What are the best submit services to use when promoting an ecommerce website?
There are so many companies promising the best search results. Which ones are for real? Which ones provide the best value?
I began using Submitnet two months ago and my URL popped up on MSN before the first month was out, now it’s on Altavista, both in the top ten of it’s category, and deeper on every other major search engine, like Google, Yahoo, etc.
I am really satisfied with it. The first three months are free and then you only pay $47 every three months after that. It’s worth it. But you do have to have patience.
Oh, and their customer service is great. They are hands-on and will answer your questions with personal emails.
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