Unless you’re a politician, you probably think we’re in a recession: gas prices are through the roof, food prices are on the up, energy prices have risen, everything seems to cost more.
Which is where the Recession Rescue System comes in.
It’s a series of audios, videos and transcripts that will change the way you think about running your business.
I’ve recently downloaded it and it’s a world away from the usual re-hashed stuff that passes for internet marketing advice.
They start by talking about the different industries that thrive in a recession. You likely already know that businesses like coffee shops aren’t recession proof (even though they’re high margin, so they fit some of the other business criteria you’ll learn about).
Some guides will spoon feed you and tell you precisely which products to sell and which keywords to use. The Recession Rescue System doesn’t do this – for the very good reason that you’re not the only person who’ll be buying the system and if they gave you a shortlist of products and keywords, the market would be swamped in no time and you’d be back to square one.
On the plus side, this means you’re unlikely to be squeezed out by hundreds of other competitors. On the negative side, if you’re ultra-lazy then this isn’t for you.
They talk about the kind of industries to look for. Sure, there are specifics here but not down to the “go to Clickbank and choose product X” detail.
The material is good. The main bulk is a series of audios between the three authors (Shawn Casey, Tellman Knudsen and Harris Fellman) and transcripts of the audios as well. So you can pop them onto your MP3 player and listen to them whilst you commute to work or you can read through the transcripts. Whichever works best for you.
The other thing you’ll be taught is how to build your own list. Sure, products like Google Cash make promises that you don’t need a list. But I know that I’d be making a lot more money now if I’d concentrated on building up lists when I first started internet marketing. The course goes into great detail about how to build up and nurture your lists, even if you haven’t even got any email contacts at the moment. This section alone is worth more than the price of the complete guide.
As is normal on the internet, there’s a 60 day money back guarantee. So you can check out the Recession Rescue System with no risk.
Overall, I wish I’d come across (and implemented!) some of the ideas here sooner.
Check out the official Recession Rescue System website here.