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Am i missing something on Bellagio?

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by VaneZhao, Jan 11, 2019 at 6:45 PM.

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  1. ~ The 34 Year Buzz!!

    ~ The 34 Year Buzz!! Active Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thanks, FYI:

    Which is correct yea or yay?

    (Just trying to help a bit) I wasn't sure myself, until now...
    yea / yeah / yay. “Yea” is a very old-fashioned formal way of saying “yes,” used mainly in voting. It's the opposite of—and rhymes with—“nay.” When you want to write the common casual version of “yes,” the correct spelling is “yeah” (sounds like “yeh” )
    https://brians.wsu.edu/2016/05/19/yea-yeah-yay/

    Excess detail = In a sense you were voting...

    Have a great night! Yahoo.... :)
     
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  3. VaneZhao

    VaneZhao Established Member

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    well...Trump is my brother and will give me some pock money to reg more.US domains so that to make america great again,otherwise,.CN will be the master of all ccTLDs ,hence,trump will be with me all the time:smug::-P
     
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  4. VaneZhao

    VaneZhao Established Member

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    woohoo!:-P:xf.sick::xf.sick::yuck:(n)
     
  5. urlurl

    urlurl Active Member VIP

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    did your brother or husband buy it, lol

    :xf.grin:

    isn't that your company?
     
  6. frank-germany

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    .us is open to anyone with a presence in the USA or a business relation with the USA
    get a US server or a US parking company and the rules are satisfied
     
  7. atinc

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    No, not usually.
    There are industry classes with trademarks and trust me when a brand is trademarked usually they are trademarked in other industries as well. I have seen it so many times when I registered trademarks for my own company with wipo.

    Its not only industries but also countries count for trademarks as well. I believe the most obvious trademark for this name in US is the casino business.

    The extension is .us so yes it is a trademark issue. The owner can develop and see what happens after.

    Most things most the name is reg.ed with the trademark on mind imo.
    What type of fool would use it for an unknown dictionary meaning where there is no business possibility with the dictionary translation. Vomiting? Hah..

    Buyer wasted their money on this one. And probably wasted our time also, by explaining him why it is useless, while the purpose of the thread was not questioning the name but promoting it..
     
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  8. VaneZhao

    VaneZhao Established Member

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    my husand did it he told me today:xf.laugh::-P
     
  9. VaneZhao

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    yes:-P:-P
     
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  11. urlurl

    urlurl Active Member VIP

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    starting a thread to self promote a name, is not cool
     
  12. ~ The 34 Year Buzz!!

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    That was a simple easy to find "almost funny" thing. <edit see below>

    Perfect, one country (for example the USA)
    Apple
    Apple records (the Beatles)
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    How much did Apple pay the Beatles?
    It was reported that Apple Inc paid Apple Corps $500million to do so. Commenting on the settlement at the time, Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO said, “We love the Beatles, and it has been painful being at odds with them over these trademarks.​

    Trademarks are supposed to be based on and industries, including the name brand. I am surprised to find out the Beatles label (Apple) did sue Apple computer. This doesn't match with other sources on the topic.
     
  13. ~ The 34 Year Buzz!!

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    Semi-obvious, thanks for helping point me in the right direction.

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    (This is copied from another similar recent thread)

    In general, as long as you are clearly in a different industry, then there is no trademark issue.
    For the "Big Players" (as an example), if you try to start "Google Pet Grooming", Amazon Canadian Buds :), or "Bellagio Pizza" then you are probably asking for obvious trouble.​
     
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  14. VaneZhao

    VaneZhao Established Member

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    wanna say something?:xf.sick:
     
  15. VaneZhao

    VaneZhao Established Member

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    no,you ot me wrong because its not mine:depressed::yuck:
     

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