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Pc Repair Video Tutors Need Info On Legal Links


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#1 otisf

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 10:50 PM

Hello All,

:thumbsup:

Has anyone here used pc repair tutorials and
have had hot links embedded in the tutorial?
I've been brainstorming all the different elements
of what I want to add to our pc repair with videos
tutorials.Hot links sound like a great idea.

I just updated our tutorials with the the most up to date
computer devices.But here is my main question


I've sold a lot of our PC Repair with video tutors
and since they come on dvds and cdroms,I need to
know if I can legally add hot links on the dvds and
cdroms.

:flowers:

Since every home own a computer and want to know
how they can repair them themselves,many of them
have suggested I add this,I'm seeking anyone that
have used tutorials and have seen hot links.


I want to be certain I am legal.I wrote the tutorials,
used a professional video camera to video the repair,
and maintenance procedures.But it would be a shame
to do all this and be illegal with hot links.

Any help and ideas about how to legally add links
would be greatly appreciated.
:trumpet:

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