Fruition Trademark Use Guidelines
FRUITION Trademark Usage Guidelines
This Web page contains guidelines to help you make proper referential use of Doctors Online Services, LLC’s FRUITION® trademarks and service marks in your documents (e.g., files, slide sets, Web pages, Usenet posts).
Always Identify Marks with Symbols
Doctors Online Services, LLC. d/b/a Fruition requests that each time a FRUITION service mark, trademark, or registered mark appears in your document, it is followed by these superscripted marks respectively: SM, TM, or ®. For example, FRUITION®. See the list below to determine which symbol is appropriate. If you are using a text editor that does not support these symbols and/or superscripted text, the symbols should be replaced by (SM), (TM), or an asterisk.
Use a Footnote to Denote Fruition Marks
Include a footnote at the bottom of the page where the mark first appears (or at the end of the file if your text editor does not divide text into pages). Multiple marks may be combined in the same footnote as long as they are associated with the same symbol. Marks that use different symbols must be listed in separate footnotes. See the footnote examples that follow the list for help in composing the appropriate footnote(s).
FRUITION MEDIA SM
FRUITION INTERNET SM
FRUITION DESIGN SM
FRUITION CONSULTING SM
FRUITION SEO SM
FRUITION WEB SITE CONTENTSM
FRUITION ADVERTISING SM
FRUITION INTERNET MARKETINGSM
FRUITION PUBLIC RELATIONSSM
SM FRUITION is a service mark of Fruition, LLC.
SM FRUITION MARKETING and FRUITION MEDIA are service marks of FRUITION, LLC.
TM Optometry Mail is a trademark of Fruition, LLC.
If you do not find guidelines for a particular trademark or service mark on this site, or if you have trademark or service-mark questions pertaining to an existing agreement with the Fruition please contact us.