Hopefully in a couple of years the government will stop breaking the economy and publications like LiveDirtCheap will become less important. -- Will Spencer, MemeBridge CEO
Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 16, 2011
LiveDirtCheap is a web-based publication with the mission of helping people to lead happy and healthy lives with very limited resources. LiveDirtCheap's mission has become very important to millions of Americans during the recent economic downturn.
MemeBridge, the parent company of LiveDirtCheap, recently initiated an expansion of LiveDirtCheap's content and mission. Will Spencer, the CEO of MemeBridge, explains, "We started LiveDirtCheap with a focus on experienced and serious savers as our target audience. These are people who have been living for many years on minimal incomes, but who can still benefit from tips and tricks shared by their peers." Unfortunately, the great recession has created tens of millions of "new poor" in America. The number of long-term unemployed and discouraged job seekers are at record levels and forty-five million Americans now receive food stamps.
Mr. Spencer continues, "These newly poor have more limited money saving skills and are seeking answers to different types of questions. Our initial readers want to know how to make homemade gifts. Our new readers aren't ready for that level of seriousness yet. They are looking for things like McDonalds coupons." Unlike the traditional readers of the publication, the new readers aren't ready for major life changes. They are struggling to maintain their current lifestyles -- but spend less money doing so.
MemeBridge is a company with a mission: Spread Good Ideas. A meme is the smallest unit of thought and the job of MemeBridge is to build bridges to help good memes overcome obstacles. MemeBridge has extensive experience creating and managing web publications, including the AskDeb.com, FolkRemedy.net, and JobPrimer.com. MemeBridge web sites serve several million visitors per month and provide information and guidance to people from across the globe.
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