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DIY Inventions

Science and Technics


by
Richard Cromwell

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 338 pages

File size: 5.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

DIY Inventions by Richard Cromwell

Guides an Inventor through ALL the Invention “Success Steps” to develop an initial idea into a new product which will earn an income.

How to Evaluate your idea to see if it will earn money,

How to select your best idea to start the Invention Success Steps,

How to check to see if your Invention is in the market place,

How to Check the Patents Office for your Inventions,

How to Draw the Inventions,

How to Write Technically about how your idea works,

How to Protect the Inventions in the World Wide Patent System,

How to find Manufacturers to produce & package your inventions,

Author, Richard Cromwell, has been promoting inventions for 34 years and has been through all the combinations of inventions, ideas, promotion companies and manufacturers, as well as earning royalties.

Not all ideas will make it in the market place.

So how do you know if your idea is the one that will make it to market?

THAT IS WHAT THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT.

There are plenty of Invention Books quoting all the “Rules”.

This Invention Book does it differently. It is a practical guide with easy straight forward steps that show you “How To” and then instructs you in the fine detail.

All written in layman’s terms, with full illustrations.

Remember you may have a great new invention but if it can’t earn any money then put it on the shelf for a rainy day.

Ask yourself:

“Will anyone buy my idea”, or “Will it sell 100,000 or a million items or more?”

If your answer is NO to these questions then forget it. Invent another idea.

GREAT IDEAS are great because they make a great heap of money.

Make sure you fit into this category of “GREAT”.

START MARKETING YOUR OWN INVENTIONS TODAY

DIY Inventions by Richard Cromwell

Guides an Inventor through ALL the Invention “Success Steps” to develop an initial idea into a new product which will earn an income.

How to Evaluate your idea to see if it will earn money,

How to select your best idea to start the Invention Success Steps,

How to check to see if your Invention is in the market place,

How to Check the Patents Office for your Inventions,

How to Draw the Inventions,

How to Write Technically about how your… (more)

DIY Inventions by Richard Cromwell

Guides an Inventor through ALL the Invention “Success Steps” to develop an initial idea into a new product which will earn an income.

How to Evaluate your idea to see if it will earn money,

How to select your best idea to start the Invention Success Steps,

How to check to see if your Invention is in the market place,

How to Check the Patents Office for your Inventions,

How to Draw the Inventions,

How to Write Technically about how your idea works,

How to Protect the Inventions in the World Wide Patent System,

How to find Manufacturers to produce & package your inventions,

Author, Richard Cromwell, has been promoting inventions for 34 years and has been through all the combinations of inventions, ideas, promotion companies and manufacturers, as well as earning royalties.

Not all ideas will make it in the market place.

So how do you know if your idea is the one that will make it to market?

THAT IS WHAT THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT.

There are plenty of Invention Books quoting all the “Rules”.

This Invention Book does it differently. It is a practical guide with easy straight forward steps that show you “How To” and then instructs you in the fine detail.

All written in layman’s terms, with full illustrations.

Remember you may have a great new invention but if it can’t earn any money then put it on the shelf for a rainy day.

Ask yourself:

“Will anyone buy my idea”, or “Will it sell 100,000 or a million items or more?”

If your answer is NO to these questions then forget it. Invent another idea.

GREAT IDEAS are great because they make a great heap of money.

Make sure you fit into this category of “GREAT”.

START MARKETING YOUR OWN INVENTIONS TODAY

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