Will my registration records help provide contact information for someone interested in using my work?

“Yes. Records of copyright registrations and documents that are recorded in relationship to them can be used by the public to identify the author(s) and copyright owner(s) of a work. The public record may also provide information about an agent of the owner who can be contacted to license the registered work or to request permission to use it.”
U.S. Copyright Office, eCO Frequently Asked Questions


Reply by Racc17830@gmail.com

October 27, 2019

Hi there!

This is Rebecca from Cascadia Media. We’ve just finished updating content on our site and we’re looking to partner with bloggers.

Instead of a guest post, we’re looking for link placements inside existing content on your site (you’re essentially adding links into your current posts).

Are you open to the idea of link placements on your site? If so please let me know and I can send further details.

We can pay anywhere up to $30-50 per link placement (which takes a few seconds of your time to add).

Thanks for your time.

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