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Thursday, 21st September 2006

Google's Indexbench: Domains and a Now a Trademark Application

Google Applies for New Trademark, Related to New Domain: Indexbench
A few weeks ago we noticed that Google applied for several new domains including:

+ bench-index.com (and .org, .info)

+ benchindex.com (and .org, .info)

+ Index-bench.com (and .org, .info)

+ indexbench.com (and .org, .info, .net)

Today, we learned that at the same time Google also applied for a trademark (a service mark to be specific)
for the term Indexbench.

Those of you who like primary documents might want to look at the application and this drawing of the logo.

Stay tuned. Perhaps Google "forecaster" and ResourceShelf friend Garett Rogers will have something to say.

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