Writing About The Recession

Article Topic Idea – Writing About The Recession
There are practically hundreds if not thousands of businesses affected by the current state of the economy, and no one knows this better than the small business owner or the entrepreneurs of the world – like us! If you watch any news program, you will notice that there is at least one story daily dedicated to the recession. Have you been writing about the recession yet?

Consumers Are Afraid
People are becoming much more selective about where they spend their dollars, so you will have to reach your potential prospects at an even more intimate level than before — that’s why I recommend talking about how you will save them money!

Whether you are a pet sitter service or you are an executive coach, writing about the recession on topics such as: how you can recession-proof someone’s business, or save them money with your product/service during tough economic times, or how you will offer them a deal or savings during the recession is a fantastic way to show prospects how investing in your products or services is still a great way to go in today’s economic climate.

People Want The Information
Another great reason why you should be writing about the recession is that a lot of people are doing internet searches on things related to “saving money” and “cutting costs” and you should want to be one of the results for those searches in your niche.

Even if you sell premium products and services — you can spin the topic to include articles on things such as “What Recession!” or “Recession Proof Business Ideas” etc.

The Recession Is HOT!
Stories on the recession are hot right now, so they have a great chance of appearing prominently in the search engines. A great way to assure this is by writing about the recession locally or niche specifically.

Comments

  1. says

    Your article is right on target. In the financial turmoil it is important that we maintain a calm front while showing prospective clients how they can benefit their bottom line by working with us. For myself, I point out how they can lower their overhead by using my services. I use my equipment — not theirs; nor do not pay my healthcare, my vacation or sick leave. And finally, they only pay for the hours I spend on their project. What more could an employer ask for!

    Keep up the good work. I thoroughly enjoyed your website.

    Karalyns last blog post..Fall: Time To Clean The Drains

  2. says

    Your article is right on target. In the financial turmoil it is important that we maintain a calm front while showing prospective clients how they can benefit their bottom line by working with us. For myself, I point out how they can lower their overhead by using my services. I use my equipment — not theirs; nor do not pay my healthcare, my vacation or sick leave. And finally, they only pay for the hours I spend on their project. What more could an employer ask for!

    Keep up the good work. I thoroughly enjoyed your website.

    Karalyns last blog post..Fall: Time To Clean The Drains

  3. says

    Your article is right on target. In the financial turmoil it is important that we maintain a calm front while showing prospective clients how they can benefit their bottom line by working with us. For myself, I point out how they can lower their overhead by using my services. I use my equipment — not theirs; nor do not pay my healthcare, my vacation or sick leave. And finally, they only pay for the hours I spend on their project. What more could an employer ask for!

    Keep up the good work. I thoroughly enjoyed your website.

    Karalyns last blog post..Fall: Time To Clean The Drains

  4. says

    Your article is right on target. In the financial turmoil it is important that we maintain a calm front while showing prospective clients how they can benefit their bottom line by working with us. For myself, I point out how they can lower their overhead by using my services. I use my equipment — not theirs; nor do not pay my healthcare, my vacation or sick leave. And finally, they only pay for the hours I spend on their project. What more could an employer ask for!

    Keep up the good work. I thoroughly enjoyed your website.

    Karalyns last blog post..Fall: Time To Clean The Drains

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