Industry leading trademark search for your public facing website
In the online world having your own search engine, direct on your website, is a
significant competitive advantage. Clients expect it and competitors already have it.
Thankfully we've removed the final barriers to you now competing on a level
playing field - search is easy to get, dead simple to install and, best of all, its
Our search engine is significantly faster than the competition (see recent benchmark test results) and includes query types usually reserved for large, for-fee services retained by top attorneys and corporations.
Sign-up today and we'll send you all the information necessary for you to
cut-and-paste our search into your site tonight.
Try our trademark search. Imagine it on your website.
Below is an example of our search using the default "blue" theme (you'll have complete control over the theme and wording). Try
searches for "google", "g*gle",
"owner:google", "like:google" and even
All supported out of the box.
How do I add search to my website?
It's simple - join Remarqueble as a Partner. We'll then send you some code to cut-and-paste into your website.
It takes no technical experience and works fine with systems like Wordpress, Blogger and other content management systems. For most people it takes
a few minutes, start to finish.
We'll also show you how to style the search to fit within your website layout and include the wording you want.
Why trademark search is important?
It's important to distinguish between making online trademark search available on a website and the services provided
by a skilled trademark search professional.
Most people expect to be able to search for things on the Internet. Trademarks are no exception.
Potential clients expect to be able to perform some sort of interactive search on potential trademarks before speaking with a professional, all from the privacy of their own office or home.
If a client can't search on your website they'll simply go to a website where they can.
On the other hand, if a client can search on your website, it's much more likely
they'll talk to you once they've gained enough confidence with a particular name (or shortlist of names)
Online trademark search is complex. "No results" doesn't mean "available".
When presented clearly it satisfies the commercial need to provide an
interactive service while at the same time making a case for seeking
professional advice. Being able to provide search on your site means that
clients will stay on your site and come to you for the advice.