Looking for Success Stories

I’m getting ready to update my website at www.QuickPatents.com, and as a current or former client I’d like to ask you to send me your product development story for a new section called “Success Stories.”  I’m specifically looking for stories where having a patent (or patent pending) helped you to fend-off a competitor, get financing, develop a key partnership, etc.  Feel free to send me links to your product pages, too, if the product is available currently for sale.  You may post your story in the comments section below, or send me an email.  Obviously, don’t send me anything you don’t want me to make public (if your product is still a secret, for example, don’t send me anything yet please).

I’m not going to include just success stories in this section, since I think it’s also important for people to know about failures as well (if you care to share what you’ve learned).  For example, if you’ve been burned by one of these “Invention Promotion” companies, let me know what you’re willing to share so I can warn others.

Also, in order to get information out to my clients more quickly, I’ve re-worked my blog at www.InventorUpdate.com so that when I post an update, you’ll get an email announcement (like this one).  If you’d rather not get such emails you can unsubscribe below, but please carefully consider if you really want to do that… I am not a prolific blog writer so you will by no means be inundated with emails.  Further, I have never nor will I ever share my email list with any third-parties.  I only send-out a notice when there’s something I think you need to know as an inventor, or something that will help you with inventing in the future.

I have several interesting ideas coming down the pike, so stay tuned.  And, of course, if you have any questions about your patent or if you’d like to discuss another patent, let me know. Thanks!

Oh, one other thing… my 16 year-old daughter’s fundraising campaign for her first novel is just about wrapping up at www.HowTheCityFell.com, so if you’d care to donate to a good educational cause, please do! She’ll send you an autographed copy of her book when it’s printed. Thanks!

Kevin Prince, Registered Patent Agent
QuickPatents, LLC

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