If you go online and you will find hundreds of thousands of articles written on automobiles, and if you pick up nearly any newspaper you will find at least one article concerning the auto industry, or some new type of car that is going to be coming out next year. These are one type of automotive articles we find in the news, and in magazines, but if you are well versed and have a lot of experience in the automotive sector or haps you could write articles on the automotive business industry itself.
Indeed, over the years I have written over 550 articles on this subject, and of those nearly 200 are on the business side of the auto industry. These articles have been well received, and I would recommend that any article author that wishes to sell articles involving economics, the future, and the business of our automobile nation to consider the following things.
First, accuracy is the most important factor, so you must check sources. Just because you read a lot of articles in the newspaper, or page through magazines like Road and Track, or Car and Driver, or read articles in the Wall Street Journal about the automotive sector does not mean you know what you’re talking about. Most of these articles are focused on specific subcategories of niches.
Even if you’ve recently read a book such as; “The End of Detroit” or have clippings of articles over the last couple of years from “Investor’s Business Daily” on the automotive industry, this won’t make you an expert. And if you don’t check sources you are liable to get something wrong or incorrect. You must remember that things change very fast. What might’ve been observed last year is no longer the case.
In fact, within the last year the automotive industry has been turned upside down and nothing is as it was. I hope you will please consider this when writing your automotive articles, for the automotive industry.