Ep 57 | Content Marketing IP, Music in Your Gym, and Scrubbing Your Blog

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Do I need to buy a music license? Can I use an image on my blog? Do I need permission to use pictures of my members?

We’re joined this week by Sandy Shepard – an Intellectual Property, Trademark, and Contract Attorney (among MANY other credentials). Sandy is the author of three books, Chief Legal and Business Strategist at Good Solutions, dog lover, and all-around purveyor of good vibes and assistance to entrepreneurs.

Sandy helps us make sense of the legal issues we continually hear coming from gym owners all across the country.

In this episode we cover the use of trademarked images on your blog, securing permission to use images of your members and their kids, and the seemingly never ending question of music licensing. Check out Sandy’s LinkedIn Profile for free contract and IP resources.

As mentioned in the show, we’ll be doing a follow-up Q&A – send your questions to: Matt@321GoProject.com and we’ll get them on the show.




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