Web and Literary Platforms
Legend Status: Capture and hold youthful attention by adding rollicking Goopy Ghost rhyme to your brand. Agented achievers can borrow the literary content. Artfully test the waters. Rare Irish limerick verse is brought into play for St. Patrick's Day. Float the story lines into successful mainstream media.
New language: Web articles help bust fears and expand budding experiences to exciting, other-worldly dimension. Scare up holiday crafts, foods, campfire ghost stories, ghost sightings, ghost hunting and other phantom ideas for business development.
Change Course: Fresh content is a natural fit for someone who believes heritage should be preserved in these times of changing habits and lifestyles. Bringing in vibrant, new content keeps focus on priorities.
Mission Control: These true-to-life animal stories carry young readers to greater understandings of the natural world. Children can explore a wild world otherwise unavailable to them. Adopting this literary series, rather than starting from scratch, offers supersonic speed for commercial expansion goals.
Tips and Tricks: The website brings stingrays, sharks turtles and armadillos into the twenty-first century. It busts myths and showcases their amazing abilities. Informative articles distill compelling ways to preserve the ecosystem through innovations.
Bold Type: These resources can help growth-oriented, high-achieving brands add capacity, enter untapped markets and build a loyal customer base. Acquisition rallies the power to achieve and maintain stable profitability.
Over the Top: Collaboration beats cutthroat tactics in reaching every age and genre. Busy achievers can fill content development gaps with creative literary work available from this platform. Popular, important and trending socially responsible themes keep brands at the forefront of buying preferences.
Inner Fires: Navigate websites to win-win. Borrow the rights under exclusive contract. Place properties with mainstream within one agented year to take over. Existing tech support will make adjustments for new owners during transition.
Three's Company? Literary agents and publishers welcome new content for clients already proven successful in media. Outside injections of human interest reduce development costs and speed production.
BORROW, PLACE, ACQUIRE:
Make-or-Buy Decisions? V. R. Duin Web and literary platforms are available and ready for transfer to agented, growth-minded brands. Acquisition combines strengths to facilitate expansions within mainstream.
Long View? The flexibility of picking up good content improves opportunities for ongoing success. The “Literary Lottery” is a long, hard slog for progress. The jackpot goes empty without upgrades.
View Finder? Success for most businesses involves solving problems, finishing off difficult tasks and increasing creativity. Networking accelerates business velocity. Nothing great happens in isolation. Team up.
Screen Test? Video transcript:
Life is visions, and illusions; make decisions, fight delusions. Text is not from a book by Terry Verduin (pen name: V. R. Duin). Illustrations are familiar to her readers. (21 seconds)