Internet Lawsuits Are Trending Higher As Companies Try To Protect Their Content and Brand Names Online.

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Do you know that Internet content is doubling faster than ever before and your original content and brand are at risk everyday? Curt Dalton of recently sat down with Jeremey Schoemaker of to go over what businesses need to do to protect their brand and their website content from Internet thieves.

"If you don't protect your brand and your content online, you can see your business destroyed in less than 24 hours."

As copy writing and trademarked articles become blurred in the fast pace of Internet spinning and article factories, how do you protect your original content and your brand name in cyber land? "One of the biggest mistakes you can do is not going after someone who steals your content or brand image," says Jeremy Schoemaker, otherwise known as ShoeMoney on the Internet. "If you let one person get away with it, then everyone else will follow suit and your original content and brand will be all over the Internet."

The trend analysis engineering software at recently noticed a large spike in people looking for information or a search engine pertaining to "copy write" and "trademark" information. "As the Internet has grown exponentially, the content that is being circulated has gotten sloppy," added Curt Dalton, founder of "With unemployment so high, the 'make money online' searches have gone up 1000%. With so many searches being done, content is in high demand in this area, so protecting your own content is becoming even more important."

The recently sat down with Jeremy Schoemaker, one of the most successful online marketers over the past 15 years. "We did an interview on how to protect your content online from people stealing your work, as well as how to go after someone who does take you original content and try to use it. Jeremy has spent millions of dollars on court cases over the past 15 years, and he is giving away his legal information for free, in order to help small business," added Ali Khan, head of technology at The Internet Time Machine. "The free legal information pack that he is giving away at could save Internet business hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees."

Techniques used in internet marketing circles include "cease and desist" letters, looking up true owners of domains, including social media account holders like Twitter and Facebook. "We carefully check the old search engines as well as new search engines for 'exact phrase' for our content," added Curt Dalton. "Once you create content, whether you trademark it or copy write it, or just release it, you want to watch to see who picks it up and how they use it. Brands can be ripped apart online in a matter of 24 hours if the wrong people use your content to tarnish your brand."

The free legal information pack at includes a history of lawsuits that Jeremy has had with companies such as Nextel and Intel. "It doesn't matter if the company is big or small, you still have to defend your intellectual property online," adds Schoemaker. "If I can help people out by sharing the legal knowledge I have with people and save them money on legal fees, than that is a good thing out there."

The free legal packs will be available at for the next 7 days.


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