THE ONLINE INVENTOR – August, 2010 issue


(c) 2010 Market Launchers, Inc.




Editor:  Paul Niemann





Dear Inventor:


If you’re trying to license your invention, then you need either A BROCHURE OR A WEB SITE to be able to show companies what your product is, what it does, and what it look like when you call them up. Most people cannot picture without seeing a picture of it, so your job is to make it as easy as possible for them.


MarketLaunchers.com builds web sites for inventors. Once you have a web site, you can start calling companies in your industry to show them your invention.


I will even walk you through the process of how to find a potential licensee -- and also explain how you go about contacting them. Give me a call or, if you’re ready to get your own website, then visit the order form at http://www.marketlaunchers.com/forms.html


Or, if you want a complete web site for your business, I can do that, too. And by now you know that I am good to work with.


But first, check out the quote below by a Roman philosopher from 2,000 years ago. Now, on to this week’s issue. Enjoy!


Best Regards,
Paul Niemann
Paul Niemann
(217) 224-8194




Luck is where preparation meets opportunity” – Roman philosopher Seneca 5 B.C. – 65 A.D.




Contact info for 3 home shopping channels

By Paul Niemann of MarketLaunchers.com


Below is the contact info to get you started if you’re manufacturing a product that you think would sell on a home shopping channel. But first, here is the criteria, according to author Brian Jud …


Home Shopping Network:  If you have a product you would like to sell on HSN, go to http://www.hsn.com/corp/vendor/article.aspx?aid=3382  to complete the form online. Some of the things you will need to complete the application include a description of the product and your target customer, a photo or brochure that can be uploaded, the quantity available and your suggested selling price. The mailing address is New Business Development, 1 HSN Drive , St. Petersburg , FL 33729 .


QVC:  The first step in the QVC product review process is to complete the QVC product submission form found at http://www.qvcproductsearch.com/product_submission_guidelines.htm
If QVC later asks you to send a product sample in for evaluation, send it to QVC, 1200 Wilson Drive, Mail Code: 128, West Chester, PA 19380


Shop NBC:  If you are interested in becoming a ShopNBC vendor, go to http://www.shopnbc.com/vendor/vendorinfo.aspx  to get the application form. Provide all the information requested, print and mail it along with a brochure or photo (do not send product samples) of your line, product, or specialty to: ShopNBC, Attn: New Vendor Department, 6740 Shady Oak Road , Eden Prairie , MN 55344 . Upon receiving your application, ShopNBC will review your submission and will notify you if they are interested in pursuing a vendor relationship with you. 


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Brian Jud is the author of How to Make Real Money Selling Books and now offers commission-based sales of nonfiction, fiction and children’s titles to buyers in special markets. For more information contact: Brian at P. O. Box 715 , Avon , CT   06001-0715 ; (860) 675-1344; Fax (860) 270-0343
[email protected]  or  www.premiumbookcompany.com   twitter.com


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Paul Niemann runs MarketLaunchers.com, building web pages for inventors. He can be reached at [email protected] or at (217) 224-8194