OK so... Mike Filsaime's newest video on his blog is him and his team going bowling. It is 'The Secret to a Million Dollar Launch'. They have used quite a popular song (new age pop/rock so some many may not know it), and it seems they can do so without breaking ANY copyright laws.
I don't know much in the way of copyright laws but thought this may have been an infringement. I posted a comment and was lucky enough to get a reply (but I don't think it is from anyone at MF Inc.).
Take a look at it, you can ultimately do the same if your video falls into the same criteria.
Internet Marketing | Butterfly Marketing | Mike Filsaime\'s Blog Blog Archive The Secret To A Million Dollar Launch...
P.S. BIG BIG BIG Kudos to David Gleason who posted the info in reply to my comment.
P.P.S. This may be 'old news' to some but thought, this has benefited me and I'm pretty sure it will help others on this forum also.
------------------------------------------------ Added Information from a later post.
Seems like I have gone over my head posting this.
Lack of knowledge on the topic... and for jumping the gun making the reply by David G. the 'be all and end all'.
Oh... I love when I am being accused but it is "around a question"
Did you Say blah blah ?
Did WHO say.
Why the "?"
Maybe you mean.
Is this blah blah ?
or Did someone say Blah Blah... (Notice no question mark.)
Maybe you think your "?" makes it seem you are asking. But
really the leading words are just matter of fact.
Sorry Mike, didn't mean to ruffle your feathers. I was on YOUR side, well that's what I thought I was doing.
I thought I was going to be helping others rather than hindering them.
I was contacted by a very reputable Warrior concerned that this thread was being used by Filsaime to provide misleading copyright information - information that could cause Warriors to potentially be sued for significant amounts if they followed Filsaime's comments and opinion.
Anyone who thinks this is a nonprofit educational issue, is living in a fantasy world.
Or, is a 21 year-old kid from Australia who doesn't know any better, giving "kudos" to this information. That is understandable. It happens. Just best to make sure the wrong impression is not received by others.
I gave kudos where I saw fit... and from the following posts it seems I've delivered a topic with mis-information.
I don't see myself as a 'kid' but following through without really looking into the issue makes me feel like one.
Thanks to everyone who posted and EDUCATED me (and other warriors who read this topic)further on the issue.