Inventor's Handbook: How to Make Your Patent Idea A Reality [NOOK Book]


Attention Inventors!

How To Cash In With Your Million Dollar Idea!

Are you looking for a patent idea how to book to get the patent idea process ball rolling for your invention? You have come to the ...
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Inventor's Handbook: How to Make Your Patent Idea A Reality

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Attention Inventors!

How To Cash In With Your Million Dollar Idea!

Are you looking for a patent idea how to book to get the patent idea process ball rolling for your invention? You have come to the right place!

Do you want to learn how to patent ideas but don’t know where to start? We can help!

If you want to know how to make your patent idea a reality but need all the patent idea info before moving forward, “Inventor's Handbook: How to Make Your Patent Idea A Reality” can be your one stop resource to gain the patent idea protection you need.

Do you know how to protect your idea while bringing it to the marketplace — where you can really cash in?

You won't have this problem when you discover how to...

• Streamline your idea's progress from concept to marketplace!
• Protect your idea from others through patents, trademarks, copyrights and more!
• Profit like crazy from your winning idea!

If you think your idea is a winner, don't you owe it to yourself to get started making it a reality?

Just imagine if Alexander Graham Bell hadn't moved forward. Or Edison or Ben Franklin. What if Bill Gates had abandoned his million billion dollar idea?

Most people don't know the ins and outs of innovation. There's a lot of paperwork and red tape to go through to make sure you get credit (and paid) for your million dollar idea.

Plus, if you want to bring your idea to market, you must know things like...

• Does your innovation need a patent, trademark or copyright? Or something else all together?
• Who can you license your idea to — so they can produce, market and sell your innovation while you cash in?
• How to manufacture, package and market your idea if you would rather go it on your own.

Armed with this knowledge, you have a great shot at producing and cashing in with your million dollar idea.

Are You Ready To Bring Your Million Dollar Idea To Market?

If you're ready to turn your dreams into a reality, now you can with your copy of “Inventor's Handbook: How to Make Your Patent Idea A Reality”. This short read will tell you everything you need to know to get started protecting, licensing, manufacturing and marketing your idea.

Here are just SOME of the secrets you'll find inside:

3 main ways great ideas turn into millions in profits. (Page 4)
11 differences between Copyrights, Patents, Trademarks, Industrial Design Rights and Trade Secrets. (Pages 9-10)
14 different types of intellectual property you can invent and own. (Page 14)
13 questions to ask yourself before you get started marketing your idea. (Pages 16-18)
3 questions that will help you determine whether your idea has any legs. (Page 19)
The 6 characteristics of a patent. (Page 20)
11 tips and tidbits for filing a patent. (Pages 21-22)
4 reasons why your invention could be granted a patent... and when it wouldn't. (Page 27)
How to take the first steps of getting your product to market all by yourself. (Page 30)
The importance of choosing your partners wisely. (Page 31)
How to distribute risks evenly between all partners. (Page 31)
The secret to keeping sales and marketing expenses low. (Page 32)
A checklist to follow when filling out a patent application. (Pages 36-39)
30 ways to protect and capitalize on your million dollar idea. (Pages 39-43)
48 word glossary of legal terms you will need to know. (Pages 44-49)

And there’s MUCH more – guaranteed!

Once you have your copy of “Inventor's Handbook: How to Make Your Patent Idea A Reality” you will be well on your way to not only patenting your idea but bringing it to market and seeing your dreams come true!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011912993
  • Publisher: Learning Life eBooks
  • Publication date: 10/19/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 334 KB

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