Google is not only searching for the name of the company that is trademarked but also its parent company, which is sometimes a company that does business in China.
The search engine giant recently announced it would be adding the brand name search feature to its search results, which will be available for Google searches for trademark names.
Google says that trademark search will be integrated with the search bar and will be accessible for people who have searched the same word for a trademarked name.
However, the search engine’s announcement comes less than a month after the company said it was expanding its trademark search to include all its trademarked names.
A search for “Chrysler” will bring up a result for a brand named “Chryslers.”
A search will also bring up results for “Ford,” “Toyota,” “Mazda,” and “Subaru.”
Google said in a blog post that it will be adding trademark search in the search results when the new search feature becomes available.
The company also says that the search box will be redesigned to better reflect the brand’s presence in search results.
Google also says it will begin adding trademarks to the search terms of search results that are more generic.
A company’s name can be found in a search for a company name.
For example, if a search is made for “Car company,” “Firms with headquarters in China,” or “Chinese companies with headquarters,” Google will show the name in the title of the search.
If the name appears in the headline of a search that is not generic, Google will add the word “generic” to the title, and a generic search will return the name instead of the generic term.
Google said that the new trademark search feature will also be available to consumers who want to find a trademark name by name.
“As you search through the results, we hope to find your brand,” Google said.
Google added that the company is already working on the trademark search, and that it plans to add the trademark keyword search to search results in the future.