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It Can Be Made In America

For many products, there are benefits to manufacturing them in the U.S.

Nichole L. Torres

Do Rising Costs Point to Domestic Manufacturing?

Don't assume your next invention will be produced overseas. Several factors make the U.S. a prime place for production.

Tamara Monosoff

How to Search for Existing Patents

Before you spend a lot of time an energy creating the next big thing, use a patent search to make sure it hasn't already been done.

How Patent Law Changes Could Hurt Small Inventors

A new bill currently being considered in the House brings changes that no longer look out for the little guy.

Tamara Monosoff

Putting Time Into Your Product

From inventor to overnight millionaire? Not exactly. Here's the long-term solution to developing a product effectively.

Tamara Monosoff

Blogosphere to Stratosphere

Savvy bloggers are turning mere concepts into the building blocks of a media empire.

Starting From Scratch

Here's what you need to know before you launch your big-time food product.

Tamara Monosoff

Consider Starting Small

Grassroots sales channels may be more effective to help grow the business for your invention.

Tamara Monosoff

How to 'Invent' Your Book

Take your blank page to national bookshelves.

Tamara Monosoff

Patent Legalese

Find the right person to protect your idea.

Tamara Monosoff

How To Market A New Product

Start small and create a timeline for taking your product to national distribution.

Tamara Monosoff

Researching the Inventions Market

Want to know if your new product will be a hit? Start your research today.

Tamara Monosoff