After feeling creatively uninspired in the practice of law, I took the leap into entrepreneurship and started my own lifestyle photography studio. n an effort to help more business owners, I launched the Stock Gallery, a unique and high quality styled stock photography membership site for women in business.
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“Basically, if someone else has your domain, your URL, your website identifier, and you want it.
So here’s the thing. If you are just a business and someone else is using your domain name, right, and you do not have a registered trademark for that business name or specifically that domain name, then it will be basically impossible for you to get that domain so if you have a business name someone else is using it as their domain for the same or similar items goods services that they are selling. You will, without a trademark, not be able to go get it from them. That is where the importance of a trademark comes in. Right. So you want to make sure that you go ahead and get your trademark.
But let’s say you have a registered trademark, but someone else has taken the domain. And there’s two kinds of situations like whether they’re actually using it…”
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