episode 62: legal tip:
If I own the URL, do I still need to Trademark?
If you’re an entrepreneur, you likely have a website to market your programs or products. This episode answers the question of whether simply purchasing and owning a domain URL gives you any rights to the name of your program or product – or whether you need to trademark it.
I don’t want you to experience the pain of someone copying the name you created, so listen to this episode to find out what rights you have by owning the URL name and when you might need to trademark it.
in this episode you’ll learn:
- What it means to own a URL vs. a trademarked brand name
- Why business owners purchase URLs with multiple endings
- When you should consider trademarking your brand
- Why Lisa aligns trademarking with the crown chakra
- Action steps to consider if you think you need to file for a trademark
Easy Legal Steps – download the first book chapter free!
Episode 7 – What You Should Trademark
Episode 25 – How to Trademark in 2 Steps: The Search & The Application
Episode 33 – Trademarking Gone Wrong – Don’t Do This!
Episode 48 – 3 Reasons to Trademark
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