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It is not this (using this as an example) but on the same lines as:
the site links off to their official page and also links to my own site (accommodation site).
Is this acceptable, or do you think i will have complaints about the name.
basically ive used the county name and the tourist attraction name together..
Any advice is welcome
joined:July 3, 2002
If it just links out, then dodgy ground.
Info about the tourist attraction, and a link to my site.
I looked on overture and noticed these keywords are getting 500 hits per month (average) so thought it a good idea to try and use it for my benefit. Just need to get it in the SE first he he
Think up an angle, the quirkier the better IMO and put at least ten pages up. That way people will be more inclined to listen to what you have to say in terms of them following your links.
Secondly it gives you the remit to use the domain as you have created some original content. This will give you a better chance of keeping the domain if anyone complains.
best advice i can give is to check the patent office website at [patent.gov.uk...] - you can do a trademark search and read up all about trademark ownership and passing off.
Ive tried to have a look at the patent.gov.uk website, but it seems to be offline.
But i'll keep trying and look into this a bit more, as i dont want to put my foot in it :)
I looked at companies house website, and there were a couple of registered names one the actual tourist attraction name, and another with the word accommodation in front of it, but my full URL name was not there.