The Goopy Ghost at Christmas
April 2019 by V. R. Duin


The orange ghost worked each day
To make the workshop bright
And bring the tiny elves some joy
While making toys at night.
(“The Goopy Ghost at Christmas”)

Success comes when creative individuals find a niche for the big screen in phantom ideas, rather than from investing in sleeping ghosts.

Best-performing ideas help find a niche. Fleeting, phantom ideas that come surreptitiously, then are well executed in a timely fashion, can change fortunes and make positive contributions to society.

Goopy is not asleep. Sleeping ghosts do not seek control of HTML and website management, or experiment SEO content research, collaboration, creation, planning and development to spread good works.

Quality content works better than advertising. To earn online visibility with creative content takes time, not money. For anyone who can write, creation may come naturally. Ghosts share the right stuff with select souls.

Phantom ideas can be mastered with intuitive control. The combination of writing and tech skills improve a content creator's chance of recognizing opportunity and sticking with stimulative messages, not subliminal.

Fresh images and new ideas massage the picture. Stagnant websites, without constantly updated content, quickly go dormant. Neither people nor search engines are attracted to sleepers. Ghosts keep folks awoke.

One online success may lead to others. Goopy shows the way to develop audio or video productions, news media, social media posts, reading performances, book reviews and ideas outside one's realm of influence.

As trends change, it is important to reflect these changes. Change must be reflected in feedback and interaction on social media. Ghosts spur suggestion much as technology adds capabilities for recall and analysis.

Repetitive failures may lead to success. Different ideas in different ways and at different times may reach the big screen. Fail, detect and repeat becomes a perpetual loop, until something works. Ghosts withstand time.

Experimentation is required to effectively combine ingredients. It takes time to become experts in a field and to gain understanding of the market. Ghosts practice every sound, intelligence or artifice needed to build audiences.

Phantom ideas haunt, impassion and keep folks awake at night. Concentrations of thought may lead to a niche for the big screen. Success also requires making the right connections. It may sound easy, but it truly is not.

It may help to think like a ghost. The Goopy Ghost prides himself for being thoughtful, useful and helpful. Influencers make collective use of their time by deliberate actions with special people for news that spreads.

Ghosts earned another life cycle. To convert sleeping ghosts to a professional, visible quality requires time. The skills, experiences and networks of an industry develop with longevity of effort and concentration of thought.

Ghosts have historic insights and background. Opportunity does not come with doing nothing, but waiting. Testing ideas, identifying strategies and adjusting at the forefront of trends comes in stages, not suddenly or on-the-spot.

Ghosts deserve respect. They have the essentials to expose individual lifestyles to which others can relate and with which others can grow. The perpetuity of delay and effort falls away at the zenith of glory.

A soul must awaken to what works best. To extend success requires awareness. Sleep cycles often repeat throughout the night, night after night. Cycles in the development of perfect concepts rarely are completed.

Producing content online does not have to feel like work. It can be fun to take a peek at successful competitors. Make a trip down memory lane with older content that worked. Try to determine why it stopped working.

Building content should feel ghostly, not ghastly. It may be hard to measure the costs spent to obtain initial results. After a spell, online platforms may pick up speed and spirit new and exciting ideas to mainstream.