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Amazing ways InventHelp can transform your career

Trying to develop a strong career can often involve a lot of work and planning. Some people take a lot of steps to try to improve their career paths, whilst others struggle to know what they even want to do. When you are trying to plan and plot the perfect career, it is important to understand what you are good at and what is involved in taking this to the next level.
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pennsylvanianewstoday.com

Improve Your Career as an Inventor By Using InventHelp

There are so many ideas that you are going to need to think about when it comes to improving the process of developing your career as an inventor. You need to make sure you come up with some of the most amazing ideas that will play a part in improving this. There are plenty of excellent ideas you should be looking to focus on when you are trying to improve your career as an inventor.
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pensacolavoice.com

Can You Sell an Idea Without Getting a Patent?

You have a great idea in your head for a long time and you think that something similar doesn’t exist. You may not have had the support of family and friends at first, because your idea was considered too simple, but, despite everyone, you didn’t give up. Now you have developed the idea to the smallest detail and you really think you have something new and innovative. Something that can really fill your budget. You surf the internet, research, browse the patent database over and over again. You are convinced that there really is no such invention and the point is clear: you will make money.
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vergecampus.com

5 Reasons Why You Should Patent Your Invention

Have you come up with something new and revolutionary in your field? Congratulations, this is a big step! Next is to patent your invention and prevent some unforeseen and unwanted situations. Patents require a lot of effort, dedication, time, and money, so it is pointless not to protect in some way the product in which you have invested so much. Still, many people avoid patenting, which is really not a good choice, for several different reasons. In today’s article, we discuss these reasons and explain why it is important to patent your invention and put protection on it in this way.
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8 Essential Things to Know as a New Inventor – 2021 Guide

You have many things to think about as a new inventor. It is crucial to get off the ground quickly and make the most of your potential success. This is something you should work hard on, and it is important to know the steps to take to maximize your potential.

InventHelp Inventor Develops Parking Light (CCP-1660)

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- "While driving for Uber in downtown Chicago I saw a motorist lose his parking spot because the vehicle behind him thought he was making a turn, not parking," said an inventor from Skokie, Ill. "This inspired me to develop a means to alert other drivers when parallel parking."
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InventHelp Inventor Develops Remote Locator (BRK-2636)

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- "I continually lose my television remote," said an inventor from Birmingham, Ala. "This inspired me to develop a means to locate the remote to reduce frustration while saving users time and possibly money to replace universal remotes." The inventor developed FIND MY REMOTE which...
ELECTRONICS

InventHelp Inventors Develop Secure Tarp For Covering & Protecting Items (DNV-230)

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- "We thought there could be an improved way to cover and protect a variety of outdoor and indoor items against the rain, dirt, dust, paint and other debris," said one of two inventors, from Aurora, Colo., "so we invented the MagneTarp. Our design eliminates the need to struggle with traditional straps and tie-downs."
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InventHelp Inventor Develops Bird Feeder Accessory To Deter Squirrels (DHM-605)

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- "Bird feeders lose a lot of seed to squirrels and other animals," said one of two inventors, from Fayetteville, N.C. "We thought there could be a feeder accessory to prevent other animals from stealing bird seed, so we invented the SQUIRREL PROOFING BIRD FEEDER. Our design will not discourage or disrupt seed feeding for birds."
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