Attn: Newspaper Publishers, Editors and Sales Mgrs. re The Newspaper Business and Groundhog Day

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In advance of your planing for your Groundhog Day edition, you might also want to take a look at a proposal for a new kind of Nature and Home type section that could help GENERATE TREMENDOUS ADVERTISING REVENUES for large and small Newspapers

SAN MATEO, Calif. - Jan. 7, 2019 - eTradeWire -- ATTENTION: PUBLISHER, EDITOR AND SALES MANAGER re THE NEWSPAPER BUSINESS AND GROUNDHOG DAY...

*FOR GROUNDHOG DAY: A NEW KIND OF NEWSPAPER SECTION THAT COULD GENERATE TREMENDOUS ADVERTISING REVENUES ON AN ONGOING BASIS FOR LARGE AND SMALL NEWSPAPERS IN EVERY CITY AND TOWN ACROSS THE PLANET

Whether the Groundhog's shadow will predict that there will be six more weeks of winter or an early spring, the interesting thing is that the Groundhog Day prediction is a news item that will be carried in just about every newspaper, radio station and television station in America and wherever else they celebrate Groundhog Day.

And whether the news coverage of Groundhog Day just celebrates the prediction of Punxsutawney Phil, or whether the news coverage uses the occasion to talk about climate change and global warming, one thing to take away from all this coverage is that there is an intense interest in the changing of the seasons and the changes in the natural world around us...which is something that newspapers are in a unique position to cover on a regular basis, in every and city and town across the planet.

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Along these lines, Robert Barrows, President of an advertising agency called 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 advertising revenues for newspapers, and it would be very easy to put this proposal into action starting immediately, in large and small newspapers in all parts of the globe.

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

"One of the very unique things that newspapers can do to cover these kinds of changes is to set up a special section to cover the changes in the natural world around us in the areas in which they publish," says Barrows.

"These kinds of sections can be done on a daily basis, a weekly basis, a monthly basis, a quarterly basis and an annual basis. Plus, you could also do a lot of special editions covering periods of extreme weather or dramatic changes between the seasons in the areas in which your newspaper publishes," says Barrows.

"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" says Barrows, and it could be done on a large or small scale in any newspaper in any part of the world.

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The proposal for this ongoing project includes samples of copywriting and layouts that can 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.

"In today's media climate, with tremendous competition for every advertising dollar in the marketplace, this kind of content is something that is perfect for large and small newspapers in every part of the globe," says Barrows.

"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.

There are also several other revenue possibilities for developing books, CDs and television and film projects that could also be based on this same kind of content.

In addition to developing the proposal for this new kind of nature and home type section, Barrows has also developed proposals for several other projects that could also help generate tremendous revenues for newspapers and multimedia companies.

Companies that would be interested in taking a look at these proposals should contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising and Public Relations in San Mateo, California at 650-344-4405....and of course, Happy Groundhog Day!

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Robert Barrows
barrows@barrows.com
650-344-4405


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

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