Register Your Copyright

$129flat fee
  • Same Day Processing
  • Unlimited Support – Phone, Chat, Email
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  • Detailed Review for Correct Filing
  • Only $99 Per Additional Registrations
  • Certificate Delivered Via Email & USPS
Do you create any of the following?

  • Written Work
  • Sound Recordings
  • Visual Arts & Design
  • Screenplays & Scripts
  • Music & Lyrics
  • Logo Artwork
  • Websites
  • Photography
  • Film & Video
  • Computer Programs
  • Technical Works
  • And More

If your work is important to you, it deserves a copyright. Protect your work with a legal copyright today for just $129.

Many choose to register their works because they wish to have the facts of their copyright on the public record and have a certificate of registration. Registered works may be eligible for statutory damages and attorney’s fees in successful litigation.

Finally, if registration occurs within five years of publication, it is considered prima facie evidence in a court of law. Note that infringement lawsuits require a copyright registration.

Slogans, logos for brands and businesses, phrases, or names such as business or brand names should seek a trademark registration, not a copyright.

We also offer the trademark registration service. Click here for more details.

When you submit an order, here’s what we’ll do for you:

Review your application for accuracy, common errors, and completeness.
Contact you if we have any questions about your application.
Prepare all appropriate government applications.
File your application electronically with the U.S. Copyright Office.
Send you confirmation of the filing including your Library of Congress Case Number.
Provide you with telephone, email & live chat support throughout the process.

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A copyright is a form of legal protection granted by the laws of the United States to authors of original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other works such as websites and computer programs.


Slogans, logos for brands and businesses, phrases, or names such as business or brand names should seek a trademark registration, not a copyright.

We also offer the trademark registration service. Click here for more details.

A copyrighted work may not legally be copied, reproduced, distributed or publicly displayed without the consent of the author or copyright owner.


In the United States, registration of a copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office is required in order to bring a copyright infringement lawsuit.


Simply fill out our quick online application, and allow our experts to take care of the rest. Your copyright will be registered the same business day with your confirmation delivered via email and then via USPS mail.

  • The U.S. Copyright Office will mail your Certificate of Registration directly to you.
  • You can take legal action against someone who has copied your original work.
  • You do not have to wait to receive your Certificate of Registration before you publish or distribute your work.
  • You do not need permission from the U.S. Copyright Office to place a copyright notice on your material.

In general, a copyright can protect books, songs, photographs, and other creative works. However, if your work falls into one of the following categories, it will not be copyrightable:

  • Titles, names, short phrases and slogans
  • Ideas and concepts that are not expressed in a tangible work
  • Blank forms
  • Works that have not been written down or recorded
  • Works to which you have not contributed anything original or creative
  • Useful articles

Slogans, logos for brands and businesses, phrases, or names such as business or brand names should seek a trademark registration, not a copyright.

We also offer the trademark registration service. Click here for more details.

When your application is ready for filing, you can electronically upload to us or send a hard copy by mail or courier directly to the U.S. Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington, DC.


For websites, we can download the entire site for you and submit the files as required.

The United States has copyright relations with most countries throughout the world, and as a result of these agreements, we honor each other’s citizens’ copyrights. However, the United States does not have such copyright relationships with every country. For a listing of countries and the nature of their copyright relations with the United States, see Circular 38a, International Copyright Relations of the United States.
The owner of a registered copyright may be entitled to relief such as:

  • Injunction, impounding and disposition of infringing material
  • Attorney’s fees
  • Actual damages and profits of the infringing party, or
  • Statutory damages up to $150,000 if the infringement was committed willfully
    The copied work need not be identical to the original to infringe a copyright. The legal test of infringement is “substantial similarity” – whether an ordinary observer would recognize the work as having been copied in whole or in part from the earlier one.

Copyright does not protect ideas, concepts, systems, or methods of doing something. You may express your ideas in writing or drawings and claim copyright in your description, but be aware that copyright will not protect the idea itself as revealed in your written or artistic work.

Copyright does not protect names, titles, slogans, or short phrases. In some cases, these things may be protected as trademarks.

Slogans, logos for brands and businesses, phrases, or names such as business or brand names should seek a trademark registration, not a copyright.

We also offer the trademark registration service. Click here for more details.

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