I’m referring to the purchase and use of Generic Brands of Sildenafil Citrate.
Those involved being those who operate online generic Pharmacies, those who buy through them and, by no means least, the thousands of Affiliates who advertise them.
Did you see a moment ago when I predicted it Sildenafil Citrate and not Viagra®? It is, and has been known as Viagra®, regardless of whether Pfizer’s(TM) original new or a generic version is being talked about, as it’s debut to the Pharmacy industry, and of course the public cialis
Though I thoroughly respect Pfizer’s(TM) right to guard it’s own trade mark with jealousy and, especially make sure that website domains aren’t being enrolled with their’property’, ” I can not help thinking that, at least in several instances, most people’s usage of their Viagra® moniker is much more part of our language and social collection than any deliberate attempt to profit using the name, albeit at a legally questionable way.
There are loads of examples, where what was originally a’new’ or’trade name’ has come to be the popular way of identifying an item, product or other similar product. Evidently, the use of these brand names and their becoming part of our descriptive language generally applies to the’original’ or’first’ of the specified item in question. I can not give too many examples, being Australian; mine would only mean a thing to my countrymen. I’m just familiar with two or three examples from state… that the US or the UK but I am sure everyone gets the picture.
Having said this yet, I think the crux of the issue lies not so far in the’name’ itself, however the use of this Viagra® name to explain and promote the generic equivalents – plus they’re equivalents, PROVIDED they do contain the same active ingredients and also if they are created and packaged with the care and controls that most people from developed countries expect from these products.
The title’Viagra®’ belongs to Pfizer(TM) and there’s no doubt or argument that may circumvent that fact nevertheless, to use the expression’Generic Viagra’, given it is not used in a company name or exclusive website domainname, is simply a means to describe to visitors and possible clients what you are offering. As an example, if I were to market’Generic Levis’, people would understand that I am not selling Levi Strauss(TM) jeans. The word’generic’ makes that very clear and I’m convinced there is no way any misunderstanding can bring about.
In reality, if there were any misunderstanding, it would be in favor of Levis(TM) since, although it’s totally untrue technically and in fact, generic still means’poor’ to many people. Obviously, generic means’non-brand title’. There is nothing to suggest that the word does, or has meant anything else. Although realistically, in terms of some goods that are generic, there are definitely cases where’generic’ has come to be a little’synonymous’ with’maybe not as good as the original’. A number of generic or’no-name’ food items come to mind.