New Website for Buying, Selling and Licensing Registered Trademarks

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U.S. Trademark Exchange, Inc. announces the launch of the new version of its website to help buy, sell and license registered trademarks

U.S. Trademark Exchange, Inc. announced today the launch of the new version of their website. The newly launched website which is dedicated to registered trademark sales and licensing, now offers more features and solutions for anyone interested in buying, selling or licensing a trademark.

Trademarks are a type of intellectual property (IP) like patents and copyrights, whose rights can be legally sold or transferred. Intellectual property is rapidly growing in importance as an asset class, and has become the premier online marketplace for registered trademarks, attracting buyers, sellers and licensees from around the word. For a low annual listing fee and no commissions, owners can market their trademarks and retain all the proceeds of the transaction.

The new version of the website now allows users to manage their own accounts and post images including logos and photos through a personalized dashboard. Visitors also have a better overview of all trademark listings available for sale and licensing, more detailed information on individual trademarks, new search tools to locate trademarks, integration with social media accounts including Twitter, a choice of multiple RSS feeds and more.

“As the leading website dedicated to registered trademark sales and licensing, we wanted to improve for our clients and visitors by making it more user-friendly. Since it’s important to get each trademark listing in front of the right buyer or licensee, our new website makes it easier for anyone looking for a trademark to find one that meets their criteria,” says Michael Kaufman, president and founder of U.S. Trademark Exchange, Inc.

First launched in 2009, has more than $15 million in trademarks currently listed for sale and licensing. U.S. Trademark Exchange, Inc. is based in Henderson, Nevada. For more information, please visit or call 702.530.4460.


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