SOURCE: FrogAds Inc

FrogAds Inc

October 29, 2012 06:00 ET

How Does a Trademark Benefit a Company? Finds Five Reasons to Register

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 29, 2012) - (OTCQB: FROG) announced it is the recipient of a registered federal trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) after a long, hard fought battle to prove its distinctiveness from other companies has finally been approved. The FrogAds trademark will serve as a unique symbol which sets the company apart from its competitors. Spitari noted, "Protecting our company is a necessary obstacle for sustaining our business." This trademark will allow to safely grow through five basic ways as listed below:

  • Right to use ® with the trademark
  • Increased company protection in court than with Common Law marks (unregistered trademarks)
  • Treble damages in specific instances of infringement
  • Property recovery becomes much easier through brand protection
  • Smoother and simpler process to secure domains and names on social websites

Spitari further stated, "As the site continues to mature, our trademark will not only protect us from imitators, but also serve as a symbol of safety, trust, and the free nature of the website." trademark will serve as a standing measure of protection for the life of the company. It will allow the company to extend its reach into new states and areas of business without litigation issues and factors slowing the company's growth and exposure. It seems clear that the nominal costs to register a federal trademark are minuscule to the increased protection a company receives through legal and financial benefits to the company. While is still a developmental company, it has shown dedication to surviving through necessary means of action which continue to build a solid foundation for the sites future growth. is a FREE global marketplace for both classifieds and auction that enables you to post free ads, photos, and videos making them visible to the global marketplace.

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