I need an ebook cover for an invention book.
Name of book is "Get on The Shelf" subtitle is "Get your Invention Completed"
Its a take off of the Walmart get on the shelf contest. I had two products in the top 10 out of 4816 entrees.
book is about getting your invention to the market.
Part of sales letter is below ------
Dear Invention Friend…
Hi, I'm Mark Christopher, and my business is helping inventors bring their ideas and concepts to market.
For about 10 years now I have been working with inventors, prototype manufacturing facilities and marketing companies helping new inventors bring their products to market.
I've also created 11 new products from my own ideas. I've successfully brought them from the "idea stage", through prototype development, consumer testing, and trial marketing to the final "on the shelf" selling.
And as a serial inventor with several patents (and more pending patent approval) I am doing pretty well.
But... it was not very long ago that I was wasting a ton of my money on getting my "hot ideas" from the drawing board into product development. There's just so many things a new inventor doesn't know! And I've paid the price over the years going through "the school of inventor's hard knocks" that cost me tens of thousands of dollars.
I've learned a ton over the years bringing products to market.
I've made more mistakes than I can count. But on the up side, after 10 years of in the trenches with -- "invention-to-patent-to-money-in-my-pocket" experience, I now know...
How to take an "idea for an invention" and profitably market it...
But it wasn't always that way...
I want you to know what can happen to you as a new inventor ...
IF YOU ARE NOT ADEQUATELY PREPARED OR DON'T KNOW CRITICAL KEY INVENTOR INFORMATION -- IT CAN COST YOU A BUNDLE -- AND MAYBE EVEN GET YOUR IDEA STOLEN!
These two inventors came to me to get help with their invention and this is their actual experiences.
Here's an invention disaster case # 1:
The first time this happened, it started when I met a guy at a new product show. He had these little plastic tray things sitting on the table, just held together by tape. His prototypes were home-modified for an outdoor cooking environment. He was at the show trying to get distributors. He had rough prototypes made out of store-bought trays with screws showing, and tape – very crude. Which would have been fine to get a production type prototype made, but here he was at this premature stage, trying to get customers! He failed miserably.
The inventor didn’t have a good prototype and had no inventory. He had paid an “invention company” $15,000 to get his product to the next level. He’d already spent $15,000 and was no further along than when he started!
This is a good example of how very important it is to determine whether the inventor's help company’s business model is going to make money off of you OR the product. If they intend to make money off you – DON'T WALK AWAY -- RUN!
Mistakes you make as an inventor can kill your chances of getting your invention to market...
Here's another inventor with an even worse experience...
Invention disaster case # 2:
The second situation came to me from an infomercial company, which thought the concept in question was great, but the product was not right.
The infomercial company asked if I could help out. I told them, “Let me take a look.” I could see that the concept was indeed great, but the salability of the product was ridiculous.
There was no way this product would ever make it to the market in its current form. The inventor had spent $48,000 on two prototypes, which did nothing but give a person a general idea. The same thing could have been done for less than $100!
I'm sure the company made the prototype to some kind of specification, and theirs looked a lot better than the one I did for $25, but mine was functional and was used to get the unit done in China. Their unit weighed 6 pounds and was large and cumbersome.
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