Some inventions make money while others don't, can't, and never will.
Do you know where you stand? Or are you just guessing?
Have you ever wondered if all the hard work you put into your invention is worth it? Whether the marketplace will think it's as cool and worthwhile as you do? Whether it really stands any chance of making money at all?
It's not an easy question to answer, and there aren't many places to go for objective advice. Invention marketing companies have an incentive to tell you your invention is great, because you wont buy their kits and promotion services if they tell you anything else. Your family and friends have an incentive to tell you it's great, because they don't want to hurt your feelings.
(They might also have an incentive to tell you it sucks, if they resent you for living your dream while they're stuck in the 9-5 grind.)
If only there were a straightforward way to know how your invention will fare...a way to compare it to already successful inventions, and know what those inventors did to make it happen...a way to know when to give up (if your invention's a dud) or when to kick it into high gear (if it's a winner.) A way to know, one way or the other, where you truly stand.
There is a way - our free, 5 day e-mail course, "5 Secrets of Savvy, Successful Inventing."
We know how it feels to work and toil, hoping for success, but never truly knowing whether you're on the right track or not. So, to put your mind at ease, we created this free course packed with common mistakes, examples of successful and unsuccessful inventions, and proven strategies you can apply to your invention today.
Here are some of the things you'll discover:
- The number 1 reason most inventions do not sell. Mess this up, and everything else you do is hopeless. (Day 1)
- The one way you do not want people to percieve your invention. (And how to avoid that happening) (Day 2)
- How to protect yourself from "Inventor Baby Syndrome" and other mental roadblocks to success. (Day 3)
- The right & wrong way to "work on your invention." (Day 4)
- Why you should run from most "invention marketing" companies like the plague.(Day 5)
You can't afford to not know these secrets. Sign up today!
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