These trademark applications are for domain name services.
A lot of entities and people have filed trademarks related to domain name services lately. Most of these have been filed on an intent-to-use basis, meaning the companies haven’t used them in commerce yet. Here’s a rundown of some of the applications.
ALD Holdings, LLC, a company in Montana, filed for Pamphlet for “Providing a web hosting platform for simple and secure domain transactions” and Learn Domains for “Business consulting services in the field of domain name investing”.
Gordon Hayes filed for Impossible to Forget for “Reseller services, in the field of internet services, namely, distributorship services in the field of domains and domain names; domain name brokering services, namely, procuring of contracts for the purchase and sale of domain names; providing information about domain names for sale; reseller services, namely, distributorship services in the field of domain names.”
WebGrow, Inc. in Massachusetts filed for an intent-to-use trademark Domains for Marketing for “Marketing services in the nature of assisting companies with their marketing, branding and sales by procuring, developing, and providing for sale, rent or lease, as well as by consulting regarding, internet domain names and websites”.
DNPG LLC in Boston filed an intent-to-use trademark Attentive for “business consulting and advisory services in the field of domain name investigations, acquisitions and brokerage”.
Finally, remember the guy who is trying to trademark Premium Domain? His latest filings are for App and App.Inc for “Leasing of internet domain names, namely, leasing of premium domain names, and domain name leasing services” and App.Inc.