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Content Marketing Tactics: How to Avoid Pirating Content
Over 70% of marketers will increase their investment in content marketing in 2014, but many of them will struggle to create their own original content. Using 3rd party content to complement your own is a great alternative, however, how do you ensure that you’re not pirating content? I'd like to personally invite you to an upcoming webinar on October 29th at 12pm EST focused on how to prevent pirating content during execution of a content marketing strategy.

I'll be answering the following questions as part of this webinar:

How do fair use and copyright laws apply to marketers for content curation?
What are best practice marketing tips for an ethical and effective curation strategy? 

Which tools can help ensure marketers stay out of trouble when curating content? 

What examples are there of curation ethics best and worst practices? 

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