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Will It Sell?

Book Reviews

This is a list of book reviews which may be useful and interesting to those in the business of inventing. The reviews and opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of RMIA. 

 
Will It Sell?
by James E. White

1. The book is generally good and it has an interesting writing style. 
2. I like the stop signs and thin ice signs.
3. The subject matter is critical to inventing success, but: 1) Chapter one is a waste of paper; 2) The author failed to list inventors groups as a resource although someone could find them through Patent cafe which he lists; and 3)He states that you can easily get around your competitors patents which is not necessarily true, it depends on the patent which covers the product.
I recommend this book.
Review by Don Kesinger, May 2001

Book Reviews Links

This is a list of book reviews which may be useful and interesting to those in the business of inventing. The reviews and opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of RMIA.

The Innovator's Dilemma: 
When New Technologies Cause Great Firms To Fail


Bringing Your Product to Market
by Don Debelak


Html 4 For the World Wide Web
by Elizabeth Castro


Patent It Yourself
by David Pressman


Inventions and Patents
by Steve Barbarich 


The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing
by Al Ries & Jack Trout


Stand Alone Inventor!
by Robert G. Merrick


Will It Sell?
by James E. White

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