Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) March 04, 2012
LiveDirtCheap is a web-based publication with the mission of helping people to lead healthy and happy lives within limited budgets. LiveDirtCheap's mission has become far more important to millions of Americans due to the recent economic downturn.
MemeBridge, the parent company of LiveDirtCheap, recently completed an overhaul of the self-help guides provided by LiveDirtCheap. Will Spencer, the MemeBridge CEO, explains, "The guides on LiveDirtCheap were good, but we thought we could do better -- and we believe that we owe it to our readers to continually do better."
Each guide was reviewed for usefulness and enhanced with additional tips and resources for the readers. More links to other web sites were also added, to help readers find additional information easily.
The great recession has resulted in tens of millions of newly poor people in the United States. The number of Americans who have simply given up on finding work is at record levels. More than 45 million Americans are now living on food stamps. These "new poor" need advice and assistance in making the best of their limited resources.
We are still improving LiveDirtCheap. Instead of adding new articles, we are continuing to improve existing articles. We will do this until each and every article is as useful as it can possibly be.
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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