The Medical Guru

Chapter 1945 - Chapter 1945 Capital Operation of the Netizen Sessions

Chapter 1945 Capital Operation of the Netizen Sessions

“So what are we waiting for?”

A senior immediately laughed and said, “Sell ah, that’s a hundred million ah, if it is not because they are in the development period need to support the flow of words, surely not sold so screw the price, this network reading site, clearly in the give us money ah!”

“I agree.”

Next to him, another executive immediately nodded his head and said, “After this village, there will be no more stores.”

“Although there are currently only two internet reading sites quoted, but the first one quoted 50 million is pretty much the same, after all, with the current physical book sales of the Undiseased Canon, it’s not difficult to sell 5 million copies, 50 million is quite appropriate, this second one’s quote has doubled in one go, from the situation of this quote, there shouldn’t be a pen hundred million higher offer.”

One of the executives nodded in agreement and said, “After all, this is just a network copyright, 100 million is already a sky-high price.”

Everyone nodded their heads.

“Well, I’ll have to call the first site that quoted first, after all, I promised people that I’d get back to them in the first place after considering it.”

Zhang Xingjie smiled and nodded.

For him.

The temptation of one hundred million, is also very huge, because he is from the line of life and death over the people, when he was poor almost to apply for bankruptcy, if not happen to meet Fang Qiu out of the new book, this publishing house under his hands now has long been gone.

It was also after that near-collapse that he learned very deeply about the importance of money.

When you have money you can’t feel it, when you don’t have money that kind of pain is something that no one else can experience, as the leader of the prosperous culture publishing house, he absolutely can’t allow himself to fall to the bottom again.

Even if the publisher has enough money now, he will not let go of any opportunity to make money. This is what the general public has questioned, why do the rich people have to keep making money, because the money of these rich people is in the company, and once something goes wrong with the company, they simply cannot afford to pay, so they can only keep making money.

The really rich ones, the landowners who rely on real estate to collect rents, don’t even have enough time to play, so they have time to get busy making money, right?

A hundred million dollars, pure profit.

Enough to keep Prosperous Culture Press, going for years.


Zhang Xingjie flipped to the phone number of the first Huaxia Reading Network and called back.


The call was quickly answered.

Apparently, the person on the other end of the line had been holding the phone.

“Hello, I’m the manager of Prosperous Culture Publishing House, Zhang Xingjie.”

Zhang Xingjie opened his mouth and said.

“Hello hello.”

The person on the other end of the phone said hello in quick succession.

“Excuse me.”

Zhang Xingjie also did not beat around the bush, directly opened his mouth and said, “We have received calls from several reading sites, all of which have given different quotes, and the quotes you have given are very good, but someone else has offered a higher price, so ……”


The person on the other end of the line was suddenly silent for a moment.

“Le Read has offered a whopping 100 million dollars, right?”

The words on the other end of the phone came again.

“Happy reading?”

Zhang Xingjie froze and said, “It’s Shiqi Chinese.”

“It looks like you guys aren’t familiar with this whole online reading site thing.”

The person on the other end of the phone laughed and said, “Shiqi is the name of the company, and the name of their online novel reading website and mobile reading APP are both called Le Read, and the industry calls them Le Read.”


Zhang Xingjie nodded in understanding.

Over the years, he was in a busy state all day long for the sake of his publisher’s business, and he had no time to learn about this piece of online reading, so he was pressurized into not knowing the rules of these online reading sites.

“It was Hou Yicheng who made the offer, wasn’t it?”

On the other end of the line, there was another questioning voice.

“I’m sorry, I can’t say.”

Zhang Xingjie raised his eyebrows and asked, “But how did you know?”

Though not directly acknowledged.

But the words came out of his mouth and the person on the other end of the line knew he was right.

Zhang Xingjie also knew very well that since the other party had already spoken so directly, they must have received the news early on, so although he didn’t admit it, he didn’t hide it either.

“Can you listen to me about something?”

At Zhang Xingjie’s inquiry, the person on the other end of the phone did not answer, but opened his mouth to inquire.


Zhang Xingjie was puzzled.

He didn’t know exactly what the other man meant.

Although he was just kindly making a phone call over to notify him, the other party was also very polite to him, and since he had already rejected the other party in terms of copyright, Zhang Xingjie was not in a position to reject this small request from the other party again.

“I want to talk to you about the state of online literature today.”

The man on the other end of the phone said.


Upon hearing this, Zhang Xingjie pondered a little and felt that he needed to understand online literature and also the sales model of books on the internet, and immediately nodded his head.

“From the previous conversation, it seems that you don’t know much about the industry of online literature, so I’ll start with the basics of what it takes to be a practitioner of online literature.”

The person on the other end of the phone said, and then added, “The number of practitioners of online literature is very large now, with millions or even tens of millions of people.”

“That much?”

When Zhang Xingjie heard this, he was immediately shocked.

Millions, if not tens of millions of practitioners, what kind of a statistic is that?

It’s downright scary.

“Yes, in fact, the number of people working in online literature is only a little more compared to the numbers I’ve stated.”

The other nodded in response and said, “And, of such a large base, a large portion of the population writes full-time and just feeds off of web novels.”

“They make their income from subscriptions from readers who read the original version, as well as a share of the bounty given by the readers.”

The person on the other end of the phone said this, paused slightly, and continued to add, “That is to say, the more subscriptions and rewards there are, the better off these full-time online authors will be.”

“The model, it’s the equivalent of a brick-and-mortar bookstore renting books.”

Zhang Xingjie nodded in understanding.


The person on the other end of the line laughed and said, “Renting a book presupposes that the book is finished, whereas web novels need to be updated on a daily basis, so you never know what the next plot of the web novel you’re catching up on will be.”


Zhang Xingjie nodded in understanding and asked, “What is your purpose in telling me this?”

“I wanted to tell you.”

The person on the other end of the phone opened his mouth and said, “Now, with the development of online literature, some websites have begun to launch free reading, in order to attract traffic they do everything, but in the case of free online novels, how are these websites going to make money?”

“They make readers pay to be ad-free.”

“But what does that have to do with the author?”

On the other end of the phone, there was a very obvious sigh, and continued to add: “To put it bluntly, they are capital operations, business operations, they draw traffic from all directions, and in the end, they reach the traffic target they have in mind, so that their company’s valuation is high, and then they go public to cash out, and this is one thing and another, they earn a lot of money, but all the network authors under their umbrella have been Pit, those network authors who are trying to burn their own blood in the incomparably cruel survival environment, with a heart full of dreams living a straitjacketed life, but were pitched by these capital operations.”

“Those web authors don’t get paid at all, those big capitalists don’t care about web authors for their own purposes!”


Zhang Xingjie was silent.

He knew what the other man meant.

The other party, just told himself where that 100 million dollars came from and what would be triggered in the future, that is to say, if he accepted that 100 million dollars, in the future, those hundreds of thousands, or even tens of thousands of hundreds of thousands of network authors who are being pitched down by their own hands.

“I’ll be honest with you.”

Noticing Zhang Xingjie’s silence, the person on the other end of the phone continued to speak again, “I’ve spent fifty million dollars to purchase the electronic rights of the Undiseased Canon, which is already the limit, and I also know that this fifty million dollars spent is definitely going to be a loss, but my aim is also to attract traffic, and I hope that I can rely on the Undiseased Canon to attract more readers to support the genuine version, and come to recharge on our website to to read the books, and after reading the Undiseased Canon, with the money they have left over, they can still read other authors’ books.”

“It’s good for all the writers on our site, as well.”

Zhang Xingjie frowned.

His face was a little hard to see now.

He knew the other man was persuading him to give up the hundred million and take over his fifty million.

However. The difference in price was too great, 100 million dollars had shrunk by half at once, how could Zhang Xingjie accept this?

In favor of the other side, the other side also brought up the interests of the network’s authors, putting the matter of selling electronic rights directly into the high ground of the to.

This made Zhang Xingjie, hard to turn down.

“You have to realize that I’m taking a particularly big risk in making an offer of fifty million dollars, ultimately for the sake of our website’s author community, not for the sake of our own website, so that online literature can develop in a benign direction.”

The person on the other end of the phone continued to persuade, “A single move on your part may allow the other side’s purpose to truly succeed, and those millions of online authors, the young people struggling in the steel jungle, will completely fall inside the big pit they designed.”

“Ninety percent of these online authors can’t earn a fee, and of the remaining ten percent, nine percent can only earn a low income, and it’s difficult to support themselves let alone their families, and only one percent can make money, and of that one percent, only zero point one percent can make a lot of money.”

“Now, there are 90% of network authors, is not enough to eat and wear a warm state, the reason why this is so is because these capitalists enter the market, engage in these free reading, these network authors hard work out of the fruits of cultivation, mercilessly trampled and stepped on.”

“I am not begging you for myself but for these online authors to make a right choice, don’t let these lovely people who work hard for their dreams and love this business leave because they don’t have the money to support themselves, once they are gone, this business slowly disappears.”

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