May 17, 2005

Monitor patent searches through RSS feeds

2 Comments · Posted by Robert Ambrogi in General

A service launched this week enables patent professionals to create watchlists for patent searches and monitor them through RSS feeds. Called PatentMojo, its users are able to create watchlists using any search criteria. The service searches the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office data daily and delivers updates via RSS. A seven-day free trial is available through the site, after which subscriptions cost $15 a month.

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  • Anonymous · August 1, 2005 at 10:22 am

    Which is funny, because the capability to do this is available right here:



  • ttconsultants · November 3, 2010 at 3:13 am


    I have visited your blog and have found it helpful, mostly about the information about patent invalidation searches. Invalidation search is done to identify documents or prior use that may reduce the claim scope for one or more claims of a granted patent or to invalidate a granted patent.
    Thanks for the great post, very helpful information here.


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