Realtor Trade Mark Usage
Realtor Trade Mark Usage – Hey there, Mike Acquisto, real estate broker and co-owner of Acquisto Real Estate, and there’s a correct way to use a realtor brand. Let’s go ahead and split the screen and we’re going to show it off and chat in the link to you and show you what to do, what not to do in the correct standards in which you’re supposed to do it.
So, Omkar, thank you for showing that off here. And this link will get put in the description that’ll be down below right below the like button as you scroll by it.
Just hang right on that and then we’ll talk about the trademark and how that you can actually use this. So realtors, I guess the first thing is how do you say it correctly? That would be a great place to start. So I was told that you should say it in the way that you climbed over barbed wire and your jeans got real tour. So maybe that’s how you would say it. So that’s the correct way to say it.
So I’ve been told that your jeans were real tour and now you know how to pronounce it because it’s not real. It’s not any one of those things. It’s real tour. And as we scroll down, we’re going to see all these different things that we can do. This a long document, and it’s actually forty two pages long.
So pick any one of these pages are probably going to show us exactly what to do and what not to do. But now we know what it is. They heavily defend their trademark, their copyright. There’s a lot to it. OK, it’ll give you the definition. It’ll tell you what’s going on.
And this is what we have to do every time that we utilize it. So if you choose to properly do this, then here are all the rules associated with it. So this is some great reading for you that you can go ahead and take a look at. You can see all the standards, but as soon as you utilize that word, as soon as you put it in writing, as soon as you use the logo, here are all the standards that go along with it as well.
So as you’re doing it, just remember it. Thank you, guys. Enjoy happy reading. Let’s move on. Let’s get back to full screen and we’ll say that’s about enough of that close to topic.