There is a lot of debate surrounding whether or not we can copyright a blog. In general, there is a belief that blog content is not protected by copyright law.
However, this belief may not be accurate.
Some legal scholars believe that blog content can be protected by copyright law if it is expressed in a “original” manner. This means that the content must be unique and not copied from another source.
Additionally, the content must be expressed in a manner that is capable of being expressed in writing.
If these requirements are met, then the author may be able to claim copyright protection for their blog content. However, it is important to note that this protection does not extend to the layout or design of a blog site.
In other words, you cannot copyright the look and feel of your blog site.
Ultimately, it is up to the author to determine whether or not they believe their blog content is protected by copyright law. If you believe that your blog content may be protected, you should consider taking steps to protect your rights.
This may include filing a copyright application with the US Copyright Office or obtaining an intellectual property license from an intellectual property rights management company.