| | Re: A Carrot
If they pay for it I don't see what the big deal is. You make money off of them trying to figure out your bow. If you are good enough at it they can try to copy you all they want but they will not be able to get as good as you unless they try for ever. Believe me it has taken me almost a year to get as good as I am now, and I know I am nowhere near where I would like to be. I do know though that I am the only one in my area that does the Twisted bows. This make me original. Most people might buy your product with that intention but really how many are going to follow through with. I would say maybe 2 out every 10 people. If you have a good customer base then you shouldn't have to worry about it. I am not mad I don't care. I wasn't asking for opinions. I just wanted help. If you didn't want to give it to me then why did you post?