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Publisher's Summary

Learn from the horror stories of others. Don't make the mistake of a wildly successful crowdfunding campaign that results in personal financial failure.

  • Learn to get your ideas on TV
  • Overcome or avoid knock-offs.
  • Secrets of the fast track to retail.
  • Insider insights of "As Seen on TV".
  • How to earn $100,000 as a product scout.
  • A low-cost, high-return inventing process.
  • Prototyping and smartphone demo video tips.
  • Leverage the provisional and patent pending process.
  • Learn from the horror stories of successful campaigns.
  • Gain product launch insights and market testing secrets that overcome knock-offs and maximize Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and do it yourself results.

Don't spend thousands of dollars on patents, prototypes, and manufacturing too early in the invention sequence. Choose the best "As Seen on TV" category partner to fast track products onto the retail shelves of Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Bed, and Bath & Beyond and internationally.

Learn to pitch your ideas with no patent, using a simple handmade prototype and smartphone demo video. Work with trusted licensees who thrive using a confidential speed to market strategy. Get a sneak peek on the other side of the table, with industry insider Carrie Jeske.

The key is working with the right company to complete early stage market viability testing privately, before putting your idea on crowdfunding sites or other public domain sources. If your ideas meet the narrow criteria of "As Seen on TV," you could have the next big winner in the $350 billion DR-TV industry.

As Seen on TV is not Crowdfunding. It's a home run, direct to consumer business shot with hit products selling a whopping five to eight million pieces a year for a short product life cycle of one to five years. Each product must solve and everyday problem in a visually appealing way.

©2017 Carrie Jeske (P)2017 Carrie Jeske

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  • geno
  • Unit 54 Argent Private kanata ontario canada k2k0h2
  • 08-12-17

inspiring!!! eye opening for product innovators

good info.highly recommended for aspiring product scouts.gives real world insights for product innovators.lets make millions!