Logo Design Tips | Protect It

Trademark your logo design, if it’s in your budget. Honestly speaking, with so many startups and business ideas these days, it’s almost mandatory that you do so. Typically you always want to trademark your name first, then your logo design – two separate things. However, if you can do both at the same time, you’ll be cooking with hot grease!

Trademarking your name keeps you from being concerned with someone else either stealing and using your name idea, or making sure you’re not using someone else’s name illegally. Picture this – you’ve got a super dope name, with a dope logo design, domain name registers, website built and now you’re promoting the heck out of your product or service and BAM, you get hit with that dreaded “Cease and Desist” letter because you’re using a name and/or logo design that’s already in commerce and trademarked with the United States Trademark and Patent office. Yea, terrible! Now you have to come to a screeching halt with your branding and promotion.

Please, budget for trademarking your name and logo design. Trust me, it will protect you and your business or organization.

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Dish Detox is a chemical free, multi-purpose detergent that is powerful enough to take out the toughest grime in pots, pans, and baking dishes made of stainless steel, glass, ceramic, enameled cast iron or with teflon coating. Dish washing is not a glamorous job, whether at home or at the restaurant, but having a great dish cleaning detergent makes it all the more easy. The slogan was developed to push the easy removal of dirt and grime from dishes, which in turn makes it a faster cleaning process.

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