I am using 77's method for the dice in envelope and making a review page. I've added a couple of twists to the whole page. I've broadened the approaches and tweaked them to different scenarios after failing last month. I've legitimized the look of the business as much as possible with the amount of resources I have right now, so that means there is still room for improvement, but it's not too bad. The thing is, I am planning on targeting medium to large sized businesses with that idea, because they seem more open to online marketing. If I go talk to someone from a company's corporate office, let's say the director of marketing or something, then wouldn't the chances favor him declining my deal, and then creating a web page for themselves and doing this idea? it wouldn't cost nearly as much as what I would make them pay. Is this a common doubt among businessmen? Does adding little twists to simple things and making it complicated lessen the chances of getting the idea stolen? Would an effective sales speech and closing get rid of the chances of this happening? I am pretty new to the world of business I would say, I was recently a college student. I am 21 years old so I haven't experienced much on a professional setting. What do you guys think?