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FAQs

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Q. How do I find my presentation on the internet?
Q. From where can I access my patent presentation?
Q. How can I find companies/manufacturers to contact about my patent?
Q. How do I email my presentation to a prospective investor or company?
Q. How can I print my presentation?
Q. How would interested parties contact me with questions or an offer?
Q. What should I do if I get a serious offer?
Q. What should I do if my contact information changes?
Q. How long will my presentation remain on the internet?
Q. Will you make changes/additions to my presentation if I request it?

Q. How do I find my presentation on the internet?

The easiest way to access your presentation is to type in the web address (URL) of your presentation in the address bar of your web browser. Your URL will always remain the same.
Example: www.patentpages.net/"YourPatent#"

If your patent number was 7,123,456 then your URL would look like this:

www.patentpages.net/7123456

Note: our "Gold" package also comes with a subdomain URL for your presentation
Example: www."YourInventionTitle".patentpages.net
If your patent title was Label Maker then your URL would look like this:

www.labelmaker.patentpages.net

The URL must be typed in exactly. Any extra or wrong characters will cause a retrieval error.

Q. From where can I access my patent presentation?

Your patent presentation can be accessed from any computer in the world with an internet connection.

Q. How can I find companies/manufacturers to contact about my patent?

Two recommended ways:

Search the web to find companies and manufacturers that produce similar products to your patent. On the sidebar to the left you will find links to websites (search engines and business database websites) that can help you accomplish this. Once you find a company or manufacturers' website look thoroughly to find contact information for the person or department in charge of research and development or new product development. If you can't find this information right away don't give up. Contact the company and inquire about proper methods for submitting new ideas.

Search written publications (magazines, newsletters) that are in the field of your patent. Many companies/manufacturers will be advertising in sources such as these.

Q. How do I email my presentation to a prospective investor or company?

Find the e-mail address of the person/company you wish to contact. Send a brief e-mail indicating that you would be interested in selling or licensing the rights to your patent. Be sure to include the link to your patent presentation in the email. You may also want to include your other contact information directly in the email. There is no right or wrong type of email message to send. Go with your instincts about what to write and how much information to include.

Q. How can I print my presentation?

Our "Bronze and Silver" patent presentations are designed to print easily. Simply find the print function on your browser and set your desired settings before printing. Our "Gold" presentations come with a "printable version". You will find a link to the printable presentation in the "quick links" section of your presentation. Simply follow the link and hit the print button on your browser once the page loads. Printouts of your presentation can be used as hardcopies for mailings to companies and manufacturers in addition to emails.

Q. How would interested parties contact me with questions or an offer?

Standard on every patent presentation is a listing of the inventor's contact information. Interested parties can use this information to reach the inventor with offers or questions. Our "Gold and Silver" Packages include an "Inventor Instant Contact Form". This form sends entered information straight to the inventor's email address. Visitors to these presentation pages can ask questions or send in offers instantly. Optional contact information such as inventor address, home phone, mobile phone, fax, and email can also be included in the presentation to give alternative methods of contact for interested parties.

Q. What should I do if I get a serious offer?

Our recommendation is to hire an attorney you trust to handle the negotiations. Try to use someone with experience in negotiating liscensing agreements. Shop around to compare typical fees for these services in your area.

Q. What should I do if my contact information changes?

Contact us immediately! We will update the information on your presentation and adjust the "Inventor Contact Form" accordingly.

Q. How long will my presentation remain on the internet?

Your presentation will remain on the internet until it is either sold or licensed or the patent expires (20 years from filing date).

Q. Will you make changes/additions to my presentation if I request it?

Changes or additions are expected and encouraged. We want you to be completely satisfied with your presentation. Personal touches such as inventor photographs, video or pictures of prototypes or similar additional materials will only enhance your total display.




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