Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E104 FB Live 98 – Legal for Course Creators: How to choose a great course name


Learn what makes a strong trademark, how to DIY your trademark search, and what to steer clear of when choosing a name for your digital course.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • The different types of trademarks and the pros and cons of each
  • What a suggestive trademark is and why it may be the best route to go when choosing your course name
  • What a descriptive trademark is and why it’s the most difficult to register
  • What’s required to register your own name as a trademark
  • Ways you can DIY your trademark search

Key takeaway: A legal checkup before you run FB ads can mean the difference between a super successful campaign and throwing money down the drain.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast104 for the podcast/audio version of this video.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms 


FREE Naming Guide: www.awbfirm.com/podcast104

Episode 45 of the Legal Road Map® podcast – How to DIY Your TM Search: www.awbfirm.com/podcast45

USPTO search: https://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/search-trademark-database

Namechekr: https://www.namecheckr.com/

Have you poured your heart and soul into creating an online course? How upset would you be if one of your students copied some or all of your course content and tried to sell it as their own? Perhaps a more important question: how upset would you be with yourself if you didn’t have an agreement in place that expressly prohibits your students from doing something like this? Our Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle can help you lock down your course content in the time it takes you to catch a few episodes of your latest Netflix binge. 

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This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

September 16, 2019