Im going to be releasing two products in the coming weeks however had a backtracking thought!
One Product is going to be viral and will spread around the internet marketing community and other similar community's who are interested in getting their websites to the top of google easily and will spread quickly. Plus it will be free so spread even quicker.
Now the second product is a bit more tricky and where i think if there is a problem then it will be here.... it will be paid and i think if i don't settle in using the RAP affiliate system then i will be using clickbank to sell it. This one may or may not be a success but will be upsells of alot of my future products including the free one. Im devoting alot of time to it and hoping that it will sell like hot cakes before they go cold. It already has a track record of selling with the simple version but the updated brand spanking new version will be amazing plus i already have people ready to promote it for me.
My problem is both of the names for them include the word "google" in the product names. Now im not going to be using their logo and if i was i can just mix up the colours and use it like that.
But im not sure if im allowed to use the word 'google' or if its copyrighted so that no one else apart from google can use it.
If i was doing a product just as a wso and not expecting it so sell thousands then i wouldnt be too bothered. But since im going all out on both of these i really want to stay within the law and not have to change its brand name afterwards.
If anyone has any input on this or can suggest me any alternatives to the word 'google' then thats great!
(Oh and the google pay day cpa offers are kinda widespread and yet don't seem to have a problem using the word google in them which ultimatly keeps them converting well).