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I'm looking to sell a new product which is for people to use while relaxing. I'm writing my copy for the product page now and I wanted to say something along the lines of "Whether you're relaxing while watching your favourite Netflix show or movie, etc…"
Would it be an issue if I used the official Netflix company name in a sentence like that or would it be fine?
I launched 2 stores in the past which made no sales. Now I am planning to launch 3rd one but I want to sharpen my skills in copywriting and marketing before I launch because that's what I think made my previous stores fail. I came across a product a few days ago while I was working on improving my copywriting. Its a unique product and has high demand because people in the comments were going crazy in comments asking where they can find it as it's already out of stock on Amazon which is the only place its available but the only problem with that is it a bit expensive some people in the comments were mad about the price in comments but many felt it was worth it for the unique design. I want to launch the same product while I learn copywriting. What you all would do in my situation please drop your suggestions. And do you all think the expensive price can be a problem as I have to work more on convincing people?
I want to launch a couple novel products but I want to move fast. I feel like the patent process will slow me down and the chance of anyone stealing my ideas is not the thing to be concerned about, it’s executing on making and selling the thing. I think ppl get too wrapped up in protecting their idea and forget that none of that matters if you can’t even sell it or run your store. Idk I also feel like if it got the the point where knockoffs were made I must have had some relative success.
Plus not only do you really need a patent in your country, if you’re serious about protecting your shit you’d get a Chinese patent too so you need to go through that whole mess as well. I’m thinking I should just focus on making the thing and selling, instead of patents.
What do you think?