1. celshader on July 6, 2021 at 9:23 pm

    My advice is to always try to do original marketing.
    Riding on someone elses Trademark is for people without any creativity and automatically makes your business look B grade and ‘try hard’.

  2. stainlesslobster on July 6, 2021 at 9:25 pm

    Got a slam dunk for ya

  3. Fiverr Seo Gigs on July 6, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    Is there an update to this video?

  4. stainlesslobster on July 6, 2021 at 9:34 pm

    Do you have a link. To you

  5. pegpenguin on July 6, 2021 at 9:34 pm

    I think we need to stop bending over so much for large corporations. Look at the issue regarding Nissan. I’m sure it’s very rare that the small guy ever wins. If anything, I’d consider Nissan Motor’s actions as "in bad faith", not the other way around.

  6. pegpenguin on July 6, 2021 at 9:49 pm

    This whole scenario disgusts me. What happens if you register a domain name, and a corporation later decides to use that name for a product of theirs instead. They then can come after you retroactively, and destroy everything you worked at, simply because they are a corporation with enough money that they could easily obtain another trademark in their bag of goodies?

  7. pegpenguin on July 6, 2021 at 9:53 pm

    I thought of a unique name to use, but a corporation is now using the same name for a product that’s yet to be released (I only found out searching it on Google lately). Am I going to have to forget about using the original name now, because down the road they may decide to bury me with legal papers, perhaps even accusing me of squatting? And even if my claim to the name is legitimate, what’s stopping them from dragging me to court anyway, causing excessive costs just for the legal battle alone?

  8. Agent J. on July 6, 2021 at 9:55 pm

    This guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about…There are some minor exceptions; but for the most part, No Corporation has the exclusive rights to ANY single word or combination of words in the english language. ALL trademarks and wordmarks and the enforcement(s) thereof, are subject to constitutional validity and the Supremacy Clause which states that Any law that is incongruent with the rights an priviledges in the Constitution, are null and void…. In other words, owning the exclusive rights to ANY word in the English language (I.P., Trademarked, Wordmarked or not) is not legal.

    The ONLY exclusive rights to any Words that a corporation can claim, are the specific words laid out in their official business registration; INCLUDING the word "Inc." or "Incorporated". For instance: KELLOGGSINC.COM, MCDONALDSRESTAURANTS.COM, or FORDMOTORS.COM, etc…. No Corporation has exclusive rights to any word minus the business type. (Restaurant, LLC, Etc.) Ford does Does not own the word "Ford", McDonalds Restaurants DOES NOT own the word "McDonalds" Etc… Don’t allow these Corporations to bully you or push you around. "Cyber- Squatting" is %100 legal and constitutional… Hyper capitalist corporations have been beaten at their own game ( Hyper Capitalism) and they have falsely had "Cyber-squatting laws formed in an attempt to protect their selfish interests.

    The truth is…If someone beats a corporation to the punch, and registers the EXACT name of their business, minus the "Inc." or "Restaurants" then they have been LAWFULLY beaten; and they either have to work out a deal with the owner of the Domain, or register the ONLY other option that they legitimately have the right to… The Specific name of their Business INCLUDING the "Inc." or "Restaurants", etc. stated on the official business registration document. Period.

  9. Spectrum The Video Game on July 6, 2021 at 10:09 pm

    Had found out one of my side project domains fell through the cracks without Wix notification. It’s just disgusting to see the domain I had for 3 years being sold off by HugeDomains for $2,700 with no intention but to sell it back as Premium. I usually don’t wish Cancer on someone but in this case…

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  11. kevin okief on July 6, 2021 at 10:14 pm

    Wish are these same laws would bring George Bush to court for telling the world Osama did 911 when he organized every detail on that day to create a nwo why is he riding horses in texas on his ranch but someone who transcribes a letter in a domain name is getting fined up to 100,000 hello hello

  12. Toby Clements on July 6, 2021 at 10:22 pm

    Knowing the limits of what you can do when buying domains is very important. If a company can prove that you violated their trademark when you created your domain it can be very costly. If you have any question about domains you have already purchased, then it is wise to consult a domain attorney.