Create and Register a Trademarkable Brand in six steps. The steps you take before you file determine your success, and include performing a trademark search, and finding a professional who can help you understand the potential risks and liabilities associated with your brand
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Early Internet marketers disseminated misinformation leaving many Internet businesses with weak or no brand protection. Marketers in their quest to secure easy search rankings, as well as domain resellers seeking to drive up prices, failed to communicate this important message: A generic term will never be a trademark or brand for the product or service being sold.
A trademark is a word, symbol, slogan, or even a sound that identifies the source of goods or services in commerce. Nike, for example, and its iconic “swoosh” symbol are both trademarks of the company and instantly recognizable. When the public sees either one on a shoe, people know that they were made by Nike …