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You've started a business and picked out the perfect name and logo. How can you make sure that nobody else steals your thunder? The answer is simple - register your business name and/or logo as a trademark.

A trademark is a unique name, phrase, word, logo, symbol, design, image, or combination of these items that is used to identify a business, individual, or other legal entity. The trademark can be used to identify the business itself and/or the business' products and services. In this way, a trademark can be used to protect a business from its competitors.

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Trademark search and registration starts at $400

Trademark Center is a full-service trademark research and protection website. They have helped over 20,000 clients with trademark services since 1995. Trademark Center offers trademark searches, trademark registration, and trademark monitoring.

Trademark Center's comprehensive search includes Federal, State, and common law sources and starts at $295. An attorney will review the search results for each client.

Trademark registration, which starts at $300, also uses an attorney for application preparation. The fee includes legal follow up of the trademark application, including correspondence with the U.S. Trademark Office if necessary.

Trademark Center's monitoring service includes watching over the federal database as well as all 50 states, and runs $200 per year. The Trademark Center will send you monthly reports to let you know if anyone has infringed on your trademark.

Trademark Center offers a professional website with quality information about their product. They offer a toll-free number as well as basic information about trademarks. Although they offer a quality service, their prices are at the top end of those in our review.

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It's important that an extensive trademark search be done before registering a trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office. After such a search is performed, you can rest assured that your desired trademark is not already in use. Once you have registered your trademark, you will have exclusive rights to that name and/or symbol.

If another company uses your registered trademark, you can file suit to keep them from infringing on your protected name or logo. This will ensure that your brand name and company name remains exclusive.

There are a number of companies that can help guide you through the legal hoops involved in registering a trademark. Not only can they help you file the appropriate paperwork, but some services explain the process in a way that enables you to make informed business decisions about the name and/or logo you want to register.

When looking at different trademarking services, there are certain factors you need to consider. Some of these include:

  • Comprehensive Services.  Does the company offer trademark solutions that meet all of your business needs?
  • Information Provided.  Does the website thoroughly explain the trademark process? Can you use the information on the website to make educated business decisions?
  • Credibility.  Is the website professional and credible? Is the company backed by the Better Business Bureau?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best trademark services available today. We hope you find these reviews helpful in preserving your company/brand name.

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