Hyper Reality takes the time to not only understand your business, but to understand your customers as well. After, it is your customers who are at the core of your business!
We research your niche, so that we can adopt the right tone to speak directly to your target audience.
We specialise in writing razor sharp web content for our clients. Our web content cuts right to the chase, engaging customers straight away and selling your services at the highest possible calibre.
Our content talks directly to your customers and their needs, effectively communicating your strengths and solutions to them.
We write across all niches, from small plumbing services to huge IT firms.
Reaching your customers is more important and more difficult than ever. By creating evergreen blog content around your niche, you make yourself easier to find online through search engines.
We create incredible blog content that solves your customers’ problems and builds brand awareness.
Our blog content regularly gets widely shared across social media, which increases your brand exposure and your potential pool of customers even further.
In the past we’ve worked on all manner of content campaigns, from an interactive infographic for a local car dealership to a 10 issue user guide for a software company.
Whatever your niche and your audience, Hyper Reality can fit it!
So far we’ve helped a number of celebrities ghost write their memoirs. We specialise in adopting the voice and demeanour of our clients, effectively communicating their memories and messages into the written form, seamlessly integrating with their personalities.
If you are looking for expert, experienced and discreet ghost-writers, Hyper Reality can breathe life into your life stories, bringing out the best of your personality and life.
Most publishers dissertation guided in their publishing contracts on the Standard Contract for scientific works, of the Association of the German Book Trade has developed together with the German Association of Universities as a guideline for a fair balance of interests between publishers and authors of scientific works. For everything that is not covered is, in case of conflict rise to lengthy and costly litigation.
The author transfers the rights to use his work to the publisher, namely primary and secondary rights. Under the main law is the law is meant to publish the dissertation as a book. The ancillary rights are in accordance with the aforementioned standard contract including translations and electronic offline and online publications. The publisher undertakes not necessarily to exercise those rights side also. The contract shall contain a clause perhaps for publishing an English language edition.
In practice, the details regarding the nature and scope of the work, circulation, book design, retail price, fees, printing costs, author’s copies and author Discounts are more relevant than the subsidiary rights of the publisher.For example, select a model with a high author fee (which you probably initially as a writer like music to your ears sounds), this has a negative impact on the retail price, because will be required a fee.
Accordingly, you may have to pay more for your author’s copies.German-language publishers can usually transfer the subsidiary rights of the authors. In addition to the rights must be explicitly mentioned in the contract individually. Only recently, it is subject to conditions.Most authors insist that the digital use of the entire book is not generally approved free. A general release of its own permits for open access is not yet common practice in most subject areas.
Exceptions prove the rule.Special caution must be maintained in the granting of rights to licensing issues.The dissertation must get the same care as the texts from other creators.