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4 Invention Tips from Famous 20th Century Inventors

The early 20th century was a time of rapid innovation. From automobile assembly lines to the first airplane flight, inventions affected consumerism in a way the United States had not seen previously. To this day, the great minds of the 1900s can inspire inventors and entrepreneurs alike. https://www.allbusiness.com/4-invention-tips-can-learn-20th-century-inventors-19752-1.html

6 Steps for Using Social Media to Promote Your Invention Idea

So you have an #InventionIdea? In this age of technology and social media, best practices dictate you should have several social media profiles to promote your invention idea. There are over 1.35 billion active monthly Facebook members, 284 million Twitter users, and 332 million LinkedIn users, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Social media allows you to reach your audience on a platform they are already using many hours a day. Many social networks now even allow you to create advertisements that look like natural content they would normally find in their news feeds. If you’re promoting your invention idea, it’s obvious you need to utilize social media. But how do you do it effectively?  https://www.allbusiness.com/6-steps-using-social-media-promote-invention-idea-20417-1.html

Best Patented Invention Ideas

If you are an inventor or perhaps have an idea that might garner potential in the marketplace, you may be wondering if getting a patent is the best course of action. It’s understandable because out of all the patented ideas and inventions that have been made, only a fraction turned out to be successful.
However, it is important to know just how powerful having a patent can be if the idea or invention does have real market potential. Here are just a few of the many ideas that were patented and became a part of daily life.  http://photohistory.oregonstate.edu/works/patented-ideas-and-inventions/blog