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Make sure you're not competing with another book with the same title. Come up with a good subtitle. Stake out spaces on platforms. Get your Amazon page up. Create a book site or microsite. Start blogging, podcasting, and posting. Pursue bylined articles and other platforms.
To register a book or other creative work, simply go to copyright.gov, the website set up by the Library of Congress. There is an online portal to register copyrights for photographs, sculptures and written works. Fill out the form, pay the fee and you are registered.
Pay the government filing fee of $35 or $ 55 with your credit card. Upload a copy of your copyrighted work (many formats are supported. you can also mail it in if you really prefer that method).
The law is clear that you cannot trademark individual book titles, but a title for a series of books can be trademarked since it serves the role of a brand.
Ask your local librarian Head down to the local library to inquire about the book you're looking for. Librarians come across thousands of books every day for years. Technically they know their way through books and have a lot of experience when dealing with them.
A: Copyrights cover works fixed in a tangible format, but because titles are typically short, they don't fall under copyright protection. So no, you can't copyright a title to a book, song or movie. But you can trademark a title, which may give you the protection you seek.
Copyright protection does not extend to titles, names, slogans or short phrases, the Copyright Office has made that much very clear. You can not copyright your name, the title of your post or any short phrase that you use to identify a work.
To register a trademark, go to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Web site, www.uspto.gov. Make sure someone else hasn't already registered the mark your category by checking the Trademark Electronic Search System database .
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