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Make Money on Your Idea: Unlock the Secrets to Winning Patents

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Are you an inventor looking to make your mark in the industry? 

Do you want to stand out from the competition with your groundbreaking technology? 

Then, it’s essential to understand the most valuable patents and how they can make you shine. 

This blog post dives into the world of winning patents.

Keep reading to unlock the secrets of the most valuable patents.

After reading this blog post, then hop over to my YouTube Channel and watch this free training video to learn more.

Winning Patents 1 – Foundational Patents – What are They?

Major technology breakthroughs are called foundational patents. They pave the way for future innovations. Foundational patents include the first set of patents that provide an overview of the system’s specification and function. They serve as a foundation of the breakthrough technology. As an inventor, focus on these patents. They hold the most value.

Winning Patents 2 – Productized Technology and Services:

Productized products and services hold substantial potential. These technologies and services have a competitive advantage in the marketplace. They create significant interest to buyers. From a business perspective, benefit from patents around productized technology or services. Selling these patents to interested buyers also provides a lucrative source of income.

Winning Patents 3 – Competitive Advantage:

Patents that solve a problem and have a direct competitor create considerable value. When patents are created before a competitor has solved the problem, they become even more valuable. This is where you, as an inventor, can create an advantage by being the first to market. By arriving first, you solidify your position in the market and establish credibility, making room for future innovation.


In conclusion, to create a competitive advantage, inventors must focus on:

  • Foundational patents
  • Patents that solve a problem, and  
  • Patents that have direct competitors searching for a solution. 

Inventors who arrive first in the market create an added advantage and establish credibility. 

By focusing on these types of patents, then you unlock the secret to the most valuable patents; and make a name for yourself in the industry.

Ready to get started on your patent journey? Book a free consultation with me at or send me a message from my contact page.

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