There’s a public company that invests in small digital media companies. And it’s generating impressive returns.
Digital media is bigger than big social media such as Facebook and Twitter. It’s bigger than massive e-commerce retail like Amazon.com and Chewy.
At the same time as being bigger, it’s smaller.
Bigger, as in the digital media landscape is gigantic. Smaller in that there are exponentially more websites and apps with revenues up to $5 million per year than there are multi-million or billion dollar behemoths.
It’s in this significant sweet spot where Onfolio operates.
So, in other words, for every Chewy, Etsy, and Apple, there’s a smaller player with the potential to get bigger.
Onfolio not only acquires a controlling interest in these digital media companies, it actively manages them. Onfolio looks for companies in spaces with long-term opportunities, where the balance sheet and cash flow statements are strong, management is sound, and there’s minimal risk for competitive threats or technological obsolescence. The companies Onfolio invests in and helps run are small, but here to stay and grow.
It’s all about taking digital media businesses to the next level.
As Onfolio founder Dominic Wells explains, one of the biggest obstacles small digital media companies face is optimizing the tools they use or need to be using to get to the next step in terms of sales and profit. Running an online store, managing affiliate links, and Google AdSense alone might be too much for a small digital media business owner to handle. This is one area where Onfolio focuses.
Whether you own a small digital media business or are looking to invest in one – directly or through buying Onfolio stock – there are meaningful opportunities in this space.
The potential returns outpace what you can generally expect from real estate and, most definitely, in the current environment. Historically, Onfolio has generated a 20%-to-25% return on its digital media asset investments. And, while it’s an active participant in terms of management and guidance, it takes a decentralized approach that allows businesses to remain operating independently.
Whether you’re looking to grow your own digital business or invest in them, Onfolio offers an alternative opportunity that flies under the radar, but offers the potential for considerable growth.