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Before you consider selling your patented product, here are some questions you should consider. 1. Do I have a viable market? 2. Do I have sales/orders that show this demand 3. What sort of competitive advantage do I explicitly have over my competitors. It's important to get as much leverage as...

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Do you have the product developed? Do you have a test group? Veterinary advisory board? Unfortunately your GTM strategy will be all about niche market acceptance and the only way to get that is by testing the product in a real market environment and getting buy-in from real professionals that wi...

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I built Canada's first (and one of the world's first) crowdfunding websites that attracted over 115,000 members without any paid customer acquisition and distributed over $3m to charities so I can certainly attest to the fact that sites that focus on creating positive outcomes are attractive to m...

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I agree with my colleague. For the interest of clarification, the answer to your initial question (would you need to seek permission from the original (copyright owner). I believe my colleague was answering "No," to your second question are there standard policies for sporting event pictures. ...

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If you need instant revenue, a PPC campaign might be the best approach. I would always suggest hiring a person or agency to manage that unless you have someone on staff that focuses on that alone. Doing PPC yourself is easy, but it's rarely the most profitable way to go due to the nuances that ar...

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The short answer is "it depends, but more than likely yes." Investing in a managed an scalable SEO strategy can be the kind of marketing effort that pays dividends slowly (but surely) over time. If the validity and value of the organic traffic you are generating is high, and these customers are...

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