Yes, I agree. Creating a sell sheet would be your next step.
Here are a few samples of sell sheets.http://www.inventright.com/imm/sellsheets.html
Many of the providers on a site like http://www.elance.com
could create a sell sheet as good as one of these samples for $50 to $150.
However, don't feel like you have to pay someone to create a sell sheet for you. I'd say that about 70% of my inventRight students create their own sell sheets in Microsoft Word or Power Point themselves and it doesn't cost them a dime.
Here are a few tips when creating your sell sheet.
* Keep it to one page. You'll be tempted to make it more than one page, but don't.
*Pick your biggest benefit and put it at the top. We call this the "One Sentence Benefit Statement" at inventRight.
For example. "A Kitty Litter That Doesn't Stick To Your Cat's Paws" OR "A Hammer That Hit's Nails Straight Every Time"
*Include a few bullet points with sub-benefits. You can see what I'm talking about if you look at a few of the example sell sheets.
*And include our contact info of course.
*Whenever you send a sell sheet, make sure to always send it as a PDF and not a .DOC or Power Point file. You want to make sure it always looks the same to whomever you are sending. If you are on a PC, use Cute PDF to create your PDF for free. Here's the link http://www.cutepdf.com/products/cutepdf/writer.asp
Make sure to use the link that say's "Free Converter" and not the one that say's "Free Download". The converter is free forever and the "Free Download" is a trial that you will eventually time out and have to pay for. The "Free Converter" is all you need. If you are on a mac, creating a PDF is built into the operating system. Just choose Print, then "Save as PDF".