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What to Do When You Have a Great Invention
« on: June 04, 2016, 08:26:18 PM »
You have likely come up with many ideas and then thought that they would be a great invention. You may have thought that it would be the thing that could earn you $1 million or more. However, you just move on from the idea and get back to whatever you were doing with your day. When you have a really great idea for an invention and you want to get it off the ground. The following tips can help.

The very first thing you want to do is document your idea. If you just have an idea, it is basically worthless. You need to be documenting this idea and getting it down on paper. Write down its basic purpose, what good it will do, and other things that are related to it. When you have your idea down in writing, you will quickly be able to tell if it is an idea that you should really consider pursuing or if it's something you should just forget about.

Next, you want to start doing research. You want to research the market where you could sell this idea. You want to think about how others will take your idea from a business standpoint. Is it something that will do good for others, or is your idea something that will earn you money? Think about the purpose of the invention and then do research.

After doing research, you want to build a prototype. You may need to get in touch with different companies that can help you do this. One option is to look at for example. This website has a variety of catalogs and other information that can help you when you manufacture a product.

The next step is to file a patent. You do not want others stealing your ideas. If your idea really gets off the ground, you want to have everyone know that you were the one who came up with the idea and you will receive the financial benefits that come from it.

After you have filed a legal patent, you can begin to market your invention. You want to market your idea to the right audience. Is it something that everyone in general will be interested in? Or is it something that people from only a specific group will be interested in? Marketing companies can help you with this.

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