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Attention Newspapers re Climate Change and the Newspaper Business

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When you do your stories about the government's recent report about Climate Change, you might also want to take a look at a proposal for a new kind of nature and home type section that could generate tremendous advertising revenues for Newspapers.

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NEWSPAPERS ARE IN A VERY UNIQUE POSITION TO DO IN-DEPTH COVERAGE OF SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE...

...PLUS...

NEWSPAPERS ARE ALSO IN A VERY UNIQUE POSITION TO GENERATE A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF ADVERTISING REVENUE FROM CONTINUING COVERAGE OF THE CHANGES IN OUR NATURAL WORLD THROUGHOUT THE SEASONS IN THE AREAS IN WHICH THEY PUBLISH

In a world of increased media competition for every advertising dollar in the marketplace, one of the unique things that newspapers can do is to set up a special section to cover the changes in our natural world throughout the seasons in the areas in which they publish.

Along these lines, Robert Barrows, President of R.M. Barrows Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California, has developed a proposal for a new kind of

nature and home type section that could generate very substantial revenues for newspapers, and it could be done in large and small newspapers in every city and town across the planet.

"These kinds of newspaper sections can be started immediately, says Barrows, and they could be done on a daily basis, a weekly basis, a monthly basis, a quarterly basis, and an annual basis, and there would be many downstream revenue possibilities, too."

"There are already a tremendous number of advertisers that already spend a lot of money in nature and home type content, and this kind of content could generate very substantial revenues on an ongoing basis from a wide variety of local, regional and national advertisers.

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Plus, it's news, it's information, it's educational, and it will be very easy to produce, very easy to promote and very easy to sell," says Barrows.

The proposal he has developed includes samples of copywriting and layouts that can help keep the content interesting, entertaining and informative, and it also includes a sample of the kind of money that many advertisers have previously been spending in nature and home type content.

The proposal he developed is called "Money Grows on Trees and other Natural Scenes,"  and newspapers that would be interested in taking a look at the proposal can request a copy of the proposal by calling Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows Advertising & Public Relations at 650-344-4405.

"In today's media climate (which has also seen a lot of "climate change" over the past decades) with tremendous competition for every advertising dollar in the marketplace, this kind of content is something that would be perfect for large and small newspapers in every part of the globe," says Barrows.

"Television stations won't do it, radio stations can't do it, and it would be perfect for daily and weekly newspapers."

In addition to the "Money Grows on Trees and other Natural Scenes" proposal, Barrows has also developed several other proposals for some projects and promotions that could also help generate tremendous advertising revenues for newspapers and multimedia companies.

These proposals include:

1) An Advertising Giveaway Promotion that would be set up in a very special way that could generate a tremendous amount of new business for newspapers and multimedia companies

2) Another project that would be unique to newspapers is a proposal for a new kind of book distribution model that Barrows calls "Books as Magazines...distributed through Newspapers"


3) Two other proposals that Barrows developed are for two web-based business directories that could produce very substantial revenues on an ongoing basis.

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A) One of the business directories would be built around a Made in America theme and it would be geared primarily toward manufacturing and retail businesses.

In addition to generating very substantial revenues on an ongoing basis, it could also give newspapers and multimedia companies access to hundreds of thousands of potential advertisers.

B) The other business directory would be geared toward publicity and performance tour information about entertainers, authors, and the speaking tours of businesspeople in all kinds of industries from A-Z.

In addition to generating very substantial revenues on an ongoing basis, this kind of business directory would also give newspapers and multimedia companies access to hundreds of thousands of potential advertisers as well.

This would be on a website called www.publicitytour.info. (At the moment, there is nothing on this website.)

4) A proposal for a very special kind of Valentine's Day Promotion that could generate...

*Worldwide publicity

*Worldwide participation

*And tremendous advertising revenues from all over the globe.

...and it could begin as early as early January.

5) A proposal for a very special kind of Halloween Promotion that could generate...

*Worldwide publicity

*Worldwide participation

*And tremendous advertising revenues from all over the globe...

...and it could begin in mid-September.

The Valentine's Day and Halloween Promotions could also be done in many different versions and in many different languages and they could generate tremendous advertising revenues for newspapers and multimedia companies. There would also be the possibility of many downstream revenues as well from books and ebooks and television and film projects that could be based on these kinds of promotions.

For more information, contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California at 650-344-4405.

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Source: R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations
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