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Why My Client Thanked Me When I Told Him His Baby Was Ugly

Because I’m constantly advising clients having branding challenges to read this old newsletter article, I decided to break my rule against reruns. Based on the feedback I have gotten, this may be one of the most valuable articles I have written in a long time. I hope you think it’s a “keeper” even the second [...]

By | June 30th, 2017|Business, Firearms Industry Advice, How To, Marketing|0 Comments

How to Write a Provisional Patent Application

I try to be observant and to follow the trends, especially in my small specialized world where law, technology, and guns intersect.  But I managed to underestimate the significance on what I think is the biggest thing to happen in United States Patent Law in my lifetime. I’ve written before about how important it is [...]

How to Pick a Brand Name

I’ve been getting rather cheeky lately.  I’ve even risked being a little obnoxious and occasionally offending clients.  You see, sometimes when I should quietly follow my clients’ orders for legal work, I’ve found myself interrupting, and giving them, well... advice. Last week I had lunch with a new client.  He has some great technology, and [...]

How Facebook Helped My Google Rankings

Years ago, my Amazing Administrative Assistant, Lisa, asked me why I don’t connect with clients on Facebook.  I told her I just use it for social purposes, staying in touch with family and old friends.  Recently, she gave me a virtual poke in the ribs after I told her how my recent Facebook efforts have [...]

By | June 26th, 2015|Business, Firearms, How To|0 Comments