SUBTITLE: "Vital Information for the Aspiring Inventor"
This eBook is also a section found in my more extensive resource titled: "Preparing Inventions for Marketing Success" and is being made available for those who are interested in these chapters specifically (listed below).
It is quite possibly the best eBook on the subject of self-marketing and licensing inventions. Writing from both personal experience as a successful inventor and from extensive research on the subject, this resource leads the reader through the process of successfully marketing inventions.
Included in the chapters are discussions on evaluating, test-marketing, patenting and preparing inventions for successful self-marketing or licensing (royalty agreements). Also included are warnings about invention companies and how to check the background of one if an inventor decides to go that route with an invention.
In the final chapter, Jim Lowrance gives his personal invention story to share details of his success in self-marketing, licensing and selling inventions outright. These nine-chapters are a must-read for inventors seeking solid foundational knowledge on how to proceed with their inventions.
NOTE: This ebook is approximately 7,948 words in length. The "Best Darn" reference in the title, is not to imply that this is an extensive journal but rather that the ebook contains all aspects of information on the subject that most layperson-inventors would be seeking.
CHAPTER ONE: Researching the Market Value of Inventions
CHAPTER TWO: Preparing for Invention Submission
CHAPTER THREE: Conducting a Preliminary Patent Search
CHAPTER FOUR: The Valuable USPTO Provisional Patent Program
CHAPTER FIVE: Test Marketing Inventions Effectively
CHAPTER SIX: The Invention License Agreement Option
CHAPTER SEVEN: Pursuing License Agreements for Inventions
CHAPTER EIGHT: Methods for Licensing Inventions
CHAPTER NINE: My Invention Marketing Success Story Revisited
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