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Can you trademark a logo with a font?

As a blogger, I've been researching the topic of trademarking logos with fonts. It turns out that you can indeed trademark a logo with a font, as long as the logo meets the criteria to be considered unique and distinctive. This means your logo must not be too similar to any existing logos and must be easily recognizable as representing your brand. Keep in mind, however, that trademarking a logo with a font doesn't give you exclusive rights to the font itself, just the logo design. So, while the process might be a bit more complex than simply choosing a font, it's definitely possible to protect your unique logo design through trademarking.