Need Some Advise

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by aldanson, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. aldanson

    aldanson New Member

    I have been working with data entry and affiliate programs for a few years now and I have been making great money. I have also learned what works and what doesn't.

    I have had the idea to create my own data entry/work at home/affiliate program. I have set up with various companies who will offer traditional data entry jobs. I have also set up a tutorial on how to get set up with affiliate programs and how to market the products. Now with this I am wondering if it is legal to create tutorial videos that capture the screens of various sites? An example would be a tutorial video screen capture of how to sign up and choose a product using click bank.

    I know most of the information is available to people over the internet free but searching can be tough and people seem to be lazy. So I figure since I have done this and have basically all the steps that people need to follow then they can buy it from me.

    Anyway my real issue is the legal rights. If I am allowed to create tutorial videos on how to use various sites step by step or not. I would be charging a fee for the program.

    Thanks
     
  2. The sollution for this is very simple.

    You should just ask the site owners if they agree to your proposal.

    Personally I am sure they will, because they will get traffic from it, so why not?

    This is a great idea, update us about your progress, and good luck.
     
  3. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    aldanson: Now with this I am wondering if it is legal to create tutorial videos that capture the screens of various sites? An example would be a tutorial video screen capture of how to sign up and choose a product using click bank
    .
    Hi Aldanson,

    I'm sure they wouldn't object to something like that. I'm sure they'd actually appreciate it in most cases.

    Offer Truriel gave the proper solution - when in doubt, contact the webmasters of the sites in question.

    It sounds like you're coming along well.

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  4. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I'm not sure what the legalities are (try looking for a forum that answers legal questions), but it is a fairly common practice, especially for sites like Clickbank.
     
  5. gowriter

    gowriter Member

    Be sure to ask permission of the sites. They'll tell you which portions they'd like to keep confidential.

    I think it's a great idea. The more transparent you can be, the easier it will allay the fears of people interested in doing data entry. You've picked a good niche to clear up the issues. If your site clarifies the "Is it a scam or not issue?", then it sounds like you could do very well with you business.

    I hope it works out for you.
     

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