Michael Jackson the Inventor

“King of Pop” Michael Jackson passed away on June 25th 2009. His former wife Lisa Marie Presley wrote on her blog about Jackson as “a dynamic force and power that was not to be underestimated. When he used it for something good, it was the best and when he used it for something bad, It was really, REALLY bad,” (Note: Unedited. Capitalization by Ms Presley herself).

Jackson was accused of a lot of horrible things, and was acquitted of most of them. At least one case was settled out of court. Some of the jurors who acquitted him publicly expressed their doubts as to whether he was really innocent. Extremely underweight at the time of his police booking in 2003, he died at the age of 50. It is suspected that the cause of death was prolonged drug (Demerol/pethidine) usage.

Very few people know that Jackson was an inventor as well. He was granted a patent for Continue reading

How To Be A Successful Inventor – Part 3

(Note: The first two parts were published last week. If you missed them, you can read them here: How To Be A Successful Inventor – Part 1 and How To Be A Successful Inventor – Part 2. ).

  1. Create a categorized list of potential buyers
  2. You already should have done your research, and found out whom to sell to. Now, dig deeper, and find out the industry sectors and companies which may be interested in your invention. When you do this, you may look locally, or companies selling in certain cities. Then, categorize these buyers. Each one requires a different strategy. So, you will separate them depending on the way you are going to market to them. Continue reading