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Welcome to the EvO:R Tips Section. We call this section EvO:R-Pedia because it is like a complete
reference library for Indie musicians...Just about every tip has been used so you won't find false
promises and a series of books to buy after reading each tip. This section was put here by musicians
so that people that followed can take this knowledge and use it's power.
Protect Your Creativity
By Alexander Gordon
As an entrepreneur, you are undoubtedly blessed with the ability to come up with new ideas
for products and services. Sometimes, a competitor comes up with a similar idea and manages
to make money out of it before you do. A great deal of planning, money, time and effort are
required to turn these ideas into invention and innovation.
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Due to the often-enormous investment in both capital and brain power to turn an idea into a
reality, it becomes essential to get reasonable legal protection. That’s why owners need
intellectual property rights.
Intellectual Property Rights:
To secure rights over intellectual properties like literary work, animated movies, photographs
and logos, the work must be original and should be presented in some tangible format like a book or audio CD.
The following tools provide right over intellectual property:
Patents: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office give protection to your innovative business
methods and new products at legal costs ranging from $2,000 to $10,000. If you get your product
patented, no one else can make or sell your invention without paying you a royalty.
While applying for patent, remember that your idea must be new and innovative and should not have
been made public in any way.
Copyrights: These rights provide protection to the authors of literary, dramatic, musical
and other intellectual works like audio-visual performances. You can get your work registered
with the U.S. Copyright Office by paying a $45 basic fee. It is essential to prominently display
the copyright symbol and a statement along with your work to avoid the infringement.
Trademarks: Any words, symbols, logos, graphics or images that create an identity for a
brand can also be protected by trademarking them. A trademark application can be submitted online
as well as in person. A trademark must be unique and original to get legal protection.
You can get reasonable legal protection for trade secrets as well. You can get it done by getting
a non-disclosure agreement signed by everyone who knows your business secrets.
These days, it is easy to access any famous website, but, no one can copy images or data from
these websites as they are also protected by the law. “Cyber- squishing” laws stop other web
sites who try to imitate the trademarked web sites’ names. Companies can also get their products
registered in other countries where they have viable markets.
Though registering your intellectual property is not mandatory, it just makes sense. Unless you
are protected, you cannot claim damages, so it’s better to get your creative and innovative works
registered. After all, protection is bliss.
You can also get help from lawyers and legal experts’ web sites for a more detailed understanding
of the registration procedure.
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A Message from the founder of EvO:R
The Independent Music world has become so fragmented that anyone entering into this arena will be lost without
having a chance of survival. What every independent musicians needs is information, understanding and a
path that leads to success. Sure, you can buy a few books from authors that never played a note or loaded
a single amp into a moving van. Pipe dreams are all over the Internet.
At EvO:R we pride ourselves with sections dedicated to Independent Music News
called (The EvO:R Street Journal),
Musicians Success Stories and Tips called (EvO:R-pedia) and a
Musicians Testimonial Section called (The Goods) dedicated to Internet based companies that deliver on
All this news and information and we don't charge a single penny. We also respect your online privacy by refusing to
track your browsing habits while on our website. We simply want to deliver the BEST news, information and success
stories for the Independent Musician.
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