Many first-time authors wonder about trademarking their book title.
Actually, it’s not allowed, but there are some creative ways you might still be able to trademark the title of your book.
In episode #132 of The Author’s Corner, Robin is joined by Joey Vitale, an attorney and business growth consultant. He shares his insightful loopholes so that authors and business owners can protect their intellectual property. Joey pulls back the curtain on all things trademark, and how authors can use them to their advantage.
- How do you call dibs on the title of your book so that no one else can use it?
- Copyrights vs. trademarks
- Loopholes to protect your intellectual property
- The three main trademark mistakes business owners/authors make
- Why waiting to file is not a strategy
- And more!
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Chicken Soup for the Soul
- Mike Michalowicz’s Profit First
- Free government database to check for trademarks
- Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad
- Alexandra Watkins’ Hello My Name is Awesome
- Joey’s free legal bundle
About Joey Vitale:
Joey Vitale is an internationally renowned speaker, award-winning attorney, and business growth consultant. He has spoken to tens of thousands of people across the world. Joey has worked with influential brands like Cultivate Advisors, Honeybook, Maximum Lawyer, and The Futur.
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