In my previous business blog, we discussed how to kickstart your Boss Lady Business by choosing the right credit card. In this post, we’ll delve into earning points and securing your brand. I created a Facebook group called “Save The Milk, Scammer Prevention,” which allowed moms to report fake accounts and scammers attempting to sell breastmilk. When I started my business, I chose “Save The Milk” because of my previous involvement in the Facebook group. I checked the state corporate division website to ensure the name was available and registered it by paying $100. As my business grew at the end of its second year, I decided to trademark its name. I found assistance from Plug and Law, which guided me through the trademark process in a straightforward, step-by-step manner. The total cost was $399 plus the USPTO filing fees. By conducting a trademark search on the USPTO website beforehand, you can ensure your desired name is available for trademarking.
In the past four years, I have obtained four trademarks and submitted three patent applications. I aim to continue this trend in the future. If you need straightforward guidance on how to file legal documents, click on this link to access free legal guides. I am dedicated to helping you find the most straightforward and cost-effective approach to securing your brand. I’ve learned from my own business mistakes, and I’m here to provide you with valuable tips like if I had applied for the Chase Card from the very beginning, I would have at least 500,000 points or the equivalent of $6,150 worth of travel credit by now. However, I opened my card in November of 2022. So far have accumulated 200,000 points, which comes down to $2,500 of travel credit. So if you see me taking trips and hosting mommy meetups in your areas, you will know it’s all because of this card.
Stay tuned for my next Savvy Boobie Business Tips!