It sounds like you all would be better off without a fax machine altogether, honestly. If you sign up with an online fax service, like eFax or MyFax, you won't need to worry about not having a second phone line since incoming faxes would just go to your email or online fax account.
Plus there are a bunch of online fax companies that have pay-per-fax options, like SFax's Freedom Plan - it's $24 a year and works on a credit system. Once you go through 100 faxes, you can buy more credits as needed.
In case you're interested, here's a site I've used before (it's actually where I got all my info): http://findafax.com/
I personally would choose a "cheap" vista print.... and I did.
I designed my own business card and used their promotions to get 750 cards - 500 glossy and 250 matte - and spent under $20 for the total amount including shipping. I am VERY happy with the results and I think they are worthy to pass out to anyone I would want as a customer or a network connection.
Vistaprint.com is constantly sending me promotions for more free premium cards. I wouldn`t buy them anywhere else.
Save your big bucks for other marketing tools.
JenB4/3/2008 10:12 PM
LOL - you put a smile on my face. :D
I agree, at this point I don`t really want to change the image heavy site. It`s who I am and the product is represented best with some pretties around it. :D
I will keep working on "fixing" the issues. I may never get to the great SEO superstar status, but fortunately I am already ranked as #1 on Google for "primitive stitching". I also am going to work on getting more booklets published and advertise on different forums, so not all my apples are in one basket.
I am really pleased with the positive feedback everyone has given me. I hope I am able to continue to please. :D
I really like the concept, and being the mom of a 2 - almost 3 year-old, I can totally appreciate the concept.
The video was a great example of the product, however I am really curious at seeing how a baby is able to move in the onsie. I`d also like to see how well it fits a child wearing a skirt,shorts, or pants. Is it too stiff?
I`m also wondering how hot it would be during the summer months. I suppose you could always take the outer lining off when the baby`s not eating. Sorry, thinking out loud there. :D
JenB4/2/2008 12:45 PM
I agree with Innovator7,
My invention may not be worth anything in the end, I like it but, hey whose to say the general public will? That is why I don`t want to blow a ton of money on attorney fees and such. SO I will do the foot work myself.
My patent attorney friend did advise me to get a provisional patent first, especially if I already had some buyers in mind. I think it`s worth the small investment and a good place to start.