Goods are identified by a trademark whereas a servicemark is used to identify a service. A website, for example, could be considered a service and it may be possible that the name of such site could be considered a servicemark but since it has no physical goods it is delivering, it would not be a trademark. On the other hand, a computer program can be distributed on electronic media such as floppy disk or compact disc and thus would be a trademark.

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