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Tuesday, May 22

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    What is your advertising plan for the product?
    I would have a commercial on TV for the toothpaste. It will talk about how great the Toothpaste Combination Sensation is and where you can find it in stores. I would also have a build board. The build board will include a picture and a logo. The design will be big on the build board including the logo on the side. My logo is "TCS will change the taste of things!".
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    cost me aboutbetween $700 and
    Costs
    The price of the TCS would not be that high because it's just combining toothpastes. The manufacturing cost is only $15 per bottle. The retail price of my product will be $5.99.
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  2. page home edited ... My name is Yessica Ramos. I was born in November, 17, 1997. In San Luis Potosi, Mexico but rai…
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    My name is Yessica Ramos. I was born in November, 17, 1997. In San Luis Potosi, Mexico but raised in Galveston, TX. I have a little brother that's 8 and his name is Marcos. I also have a little sister that's 6 and her name is Melissa. My mom and dad are also from Mexico. My dad's name is Ambrosio Ramos and my mom's name is Ruth Barrios.
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    Neill, Jeff. "Commercial on Local TV." Article Buying Time. Web. 11 May 2012. http://www.lowcosttvads.com/buyingtime.html.
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    it works. ImI'm sure that
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    out I willl procidewill proceed with my manufaturing.manufacturing. I would
    How much will your product cost to manufacture?
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    is $3.27.Also iI would have
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    will be $9.99.$5.99.
    The cost to patent depends on the things I have to apply. It would range anywhere from $125 to $2,365. There are fees that you have to pay to patent something.
    Gov., USPTO. "Patent." Unites States Patent and Trademark Office. Web. 15 May 2012. <http://www.uspto.gov/web/patents/howtopat.htm>.
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    How will the Toothpaste Combination Sensation change the lives of everyday people?
    Peoples lifeslives would be
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    The Toothpaste CombanationCombination Sensation is
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    bottle is also more transporativeeasy to travel with because its
    What are some possible hesitations that the general public could have in purchasing your invention? What will make them want to rush out an buy it?
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    second guess themselfs.Thethemselves. The product would
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    possible because itsit's a new and inprove product.Alsoimprove product. Also the price
    Describe the process in obtaining a US Patent. How long will it take?
    First they will ask you questions about your invention. Then you would have to get an attorney and have a consultation. Then patent drawings come it. Then you will get with a professional and make a final view or a final design of your invention. You get with an attorney that will organize all your applications and your designs.
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Monday, May 21

  1. page home edited ... Financial Planning How much did the prototype cost to create? One toothpaste is called Cres…
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    Financial Planning
    How much did the prototype cost to create?
    One toothpaste is called Crest Whitening Expressions Cinnamon Rush Toothpaste it is the 6oz and it was $3.27. The other toothpaste is called Crest Complete Whitening Herbal Mint Toothpaste the 6oz one and it is $3.27.Also i would have to gather up the money of the product that im using to create another cap on the other side of my invention. TheMy prototype cost of the billboard will cost me about $700 and $2,500 per month. For the commercial alot of money. First you have$15 to find a good placecreate. I had to shoot it in and havebuy the products you needtwo toothpastes and have it in time. The second part isalso glue to pay $1,000-$2,000 per month.stick them together. All of those materials where about $15 total.
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    Ventures, Gaebler. "Billboard Advertising." Gaebler.com. Web. 11 May 2012. http://www.gaebler.com/Billboard-Advertising-Costs.htm.
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    My manufacturing cos will be $15 per bottle. If I bought the 2 toothpaste it will be $7 with tax. Plus the glue and the plastic dividing the two would make up for the $8.
    What is your advertising plan for the product?
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    have a commercial oncommercialon tv for
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    of things!".
    One toothpaste is called Crest Whitening Expressions Cinnamon Rush Toothpaste it is the 6oz and it was $3.27. The other toothpaste is called Crest Complete Whitening Herbal Mint Toothpaste the 6oz one and it is $3.27.Also i would have to gather up the money of the product that im using to create another cap on the other side of my invention. The cost of the billboard will cost me about $700 and $2,500 per month. For the commercial alot of money. First you have to find a good place to shoot it in and have the products you need and have it in time. The second part is to pay $1,000-$2,000 per month.

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    will be $5.99.$9.99.
    The cost to patent depends on the things I have to apply. It would range anywhere from $125 to $2,365. There are fees that you have to pay to patent something.
    Gov., USPTO. "Patent." Unites States Patent and Trademark Office. Web. 15 May 2012. <http://www.uspto.gov/web/patents/howtopat.htm>.
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Sunday, May 20

  1. page home edited ... Setbacks in the invention process? Some of the setbacks were that the ideas I came up with we…
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    Setbacks in the invention process?
    Some of the setbacks were that the ideas I came up with were a little extreme. I couldnt quite find a way to solve my family's problem. I had limited time to come up with the invention and build it. The other ideas were good but I could think of a way to build my product. It took me a while to come up with my invention Toothpaste Combination Sensation.
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Wednesday, May 16

  1. page home edited ... Peoples lifes would be so much easier with this product. The Toothpaste Combanation Sensation …
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    Peoples lifes would be so much easier with this product. The Toothpaste Combanation Sensation is a good product and you would want to get it because you would get different verities of toothpaste in one single bottle without mixing them. There will also be different flavor combinations in the bottle. This bottle is also more transporative because its only one bottle for two flavors. This product is guaranteed to be a bottle that is more efficient than a regular bottle. The best deal for people buying this product will be that it would not be expensive like other new products.
    What are some possible hesitations that the general public could have in purchasing your invention? What will make them want to rush out an buy it?
    When TCS comes out it would be selling out. People might hesitate in buying my product because they might find something wrong with it. They could look at other products and second guess themselfs.The product would go up and buy my product as soon as possible because its a new and inprove product.Also the price would not be the same when it starts selling. The price might ride or decrease.
    Describe the process in obtaining a US Patent. How long will it take?
    First they will ask you questions about your invention. Then you would have to get an attorney and have a consultation. Then patent drawings come it. Then you will get with a professional and make a final view or a final design of your invention. You get with an attorney that will organize all your applications and your designs.
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    1892- The first tubed based toothpaste was created by Dr. Washington Sheffield. It was first used in Paris.
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    1896- Colgate created one rube like Dr. Washington but in their own brand.
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    Setbacks in the invention process?
    Some of the setbacks were that the ideas I came up with were a little extreme. I couldnt quite find a way to solve my family's problem. I had limited time to come up with the invention and build it. The other ideas were good but I could think of a way to build my product. It took me a while to come up with my invention Toothpaste Combination Sensation.
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    glue up.
    Financial Planning
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    First they will ask you questions about your invention. Then you would have to get an attorney and have a consultation. Then patent drawings come it. Then you will get with a professional and make a final view or a final design of your invention. You get with an attorney that will organize all your applications and your designs.
    Then you have to fill out a application and send it. Then you have to wait 15 months after you have send your application. If they do not reject your invention then you have to fill more applications out. The second part is the patent prosecutor will draft an amendment and a response, this is to clarify the invention. Then the response part comes in witch is responses in your process to get a patent have to be before the deadline. You have 3-6 months to reply. All this process could take 36 months or more.
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    May 2012. <http://www.the-business-of-patents.com/process-to-get-a-patent.html>.
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    http://www.the-business-of-patents.com/process-to-get-a-patent.html.
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    1800- The normal toothpaste was developed this year.
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    1824- Dr.Peabody added soap to the toothpaste.
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    1873- Colgate mass-produced the first toothpaste in a jar.
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    1892- The first tubed based toothpaste was created by Dr. Washington Sheffield. It was first used in Paris.
    1896- Colgate created one rube like Dr. Washington but in their own brand.
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    1939- Until this date they replaced soap and made it into
    Sodium Lauryl Sulphate and Sodium Ricinoleate
    Kolpakov, Val. "Toothpaste World - History of Toothpaste." Toothpaste World. Web. 16 May 2012. http://www.toothpasteworld.com/history.php.
    Bellis, Mary. "History of Dentistry and Dental Care." Toothpaste. Web. 16 May 2012. http://inventors.about.com/od/dstartinventions/a/dentistry_2.htm.

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Tuesday, May 15

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    Setbacks in the invention process?
    Some of the setbacks were that the ideas I came up with were a little extreme. I couldnt quite find a way to solve my family's problem. I had limited time to come up with the invention and build it. The other ideas were good but I could think of a way to build my product. It took me a while to come up with my invention Toothpaste Combination Sensation.
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    the problems iI had was that...when I was cutting the two bottles in half. The second problem was when I was trying to build a divider between the two bottles. I couldn't quite make the right size. The third problem that I had was when i was gluing the two together. They didn't look professional because they had glue around. But i had to make them work and cover the glue up.
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    The price of the TCS would not be that high because its just combining toothpastes. The manufacturing cost is only only $15 per bottle. The retail price of my product will be $5.99.
    The cost to patent depends on the things I have to apply. It would range anywhere from $125 to $2,365. There are fees that you have to pay to patent something.
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    2012. <http://www.uspto.gov/web/patents/howtopat.htm>.
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    Then you have to fill out a application and send it. Then you have to wait 15 months after you have send your application. If they do not reject your invention then you have to fill more applications out. The second part is the patent prosecutor will draft an amendment and a response, this is to clarify the invention. Then the response part comes in witch is responses in your process to get a patent have to be before the deadline. You have 3-6 months to reply. All this process could take 36 months or more.
    Ervin, Mike. "Process to Get A Patent." Process to Get a Patent. Web. 15 May 2012. <http://www.the-business-of-patents.com/process-to-get-a-patent.html>.
    TIMELINE!

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    The other tootpastetoothpaste is called
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    Ventures, Gaebler. "Billboard Advertising." Gaebler.com. Web. 11 May 2012. http://www.gaebler.com/Billboard-Advertising-Costs.htm.
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    My manufacturing cos will be $15 per bottle. If I bought the 2 toothpaste it will be $7 with tax. Plus the glue and the plastic dividing the two would make up for the $8.
    What is your advertising plan for the product?
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    have a comercialcommercial on tv
    Costs
    The price of the TCS would not be that high because its just combining toothpastes. The manufacturing cost is only only $15 per bottle. The retail price of my product will be $5.99.
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    First they will ask you questions about your invention. Then you would have to get an attorney and have a consultation. Then patent drawings come it. Then you will get with a professional and make a final view or a final design of your invention. You get with an attorney that will organize all your applications and your designs.
    Then you have to fill out a application and send it. Then you have to wait 15 months after you have send your application. If they do not reject your invention then you have to fill more applications out. The second part is the patent prosecutor will draft an amendment and a response, this is to clarify the invention. Then the response part comes in witch is responses in your process to get a patent have to be before the deadline. You have 3-6 months to reply. All this process could take 36 months or more.
    Ervin, Mike. "Process to Get A Patent." Process to Get a Patent. Web. 15 May 2012. <http://www.the-business-of-patents.com/process-to-get-a-patent.html>.
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