A great deal of businesses have a hard time not only finding their voice on social media, but justifying putting themselves out there at all. Some industries like finance, legal practices, professional services, and beyond have their fair share of difficulties dealing with negative reviews, online trolls, and regulatory standards on what they can or can’t say publicly. Here’s the thing – they’re right to be discouraged, but there may be a better way than just avoiding the dark underbelly of the social media beast.
The biggest issue with sharing someone else’s Instagram content is the copyright ownership. The person who created the post content owns the copyright and therefore owns the right to any revenue or benefits afforded by that content. As a brand or business, this can be used against you legally if you don’t have the waiver of copyright protection from the original post creator. Here are some steps to help you avoid conflicts when looking to regram someone’s content on Instagram.
Finding the right designer for your website project can be a confusing and rather intimidating task. You have an idea of what you and your customers will ultimately need out of your website, but how does that translate to what the final rendition will be?