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The best way to answer this question is with a question: If someone else were to trademark your brand name, logo, tagline or similar, would you be pissed off about it? If you care about it being stolen, then you should care enough to want to protect it—no matter how long you’ve been in business.
It can be. Each application submitted to the USPTO costs $250-$350, but since applications are 50% more likely to succeed when supported by an attorney (who charge between $1,500 – $3,500 for drafting and filing the application) the costs can escalate.
Make It Official offers you the opportunity to learn all the steps required for yourself so that when you’re ready to trademark your next big thing, you’ll have everything you need to do it right the first time.
It depends. Make it Official will help you identify whether the trademark already issued will impact the application you wish to make for your own business or brand.
Yes! There are tons of reasons why a trademark application can be turned down; from experience I know that most fail because they’re either too similar to something that already exists (which could have been found if a comprehensive search was done) or they’re far too general to succeed.
Make it Official will spell out everything you need to do from the outset to ensure your application isn’t rejected or abandoned, and you don’t lose your $250 filing fee.
Not necessarily. I’ll be walking you through all the protections you’ll be afforded when you are awarded a U.S. trademark, and letting you in on which countries have reciprocal agreements in place to give you extra safeguards against ‘brand-nappers’ overseas.
Absolutely. If you need additional support, you can book a private 1-1 review session with me where I will go over your application and answer any questions you may have. Email email@example.com to book your review session.
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