July 28, 2010, 5:00 am

Improving The Financial Blogger Newsletter

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Make Money Online
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A few months ago, I announced that I will be actively writing my newsletter. It’s been a while that I was juggling with ideas such as having additional sources of information apart from The Financial Blogger but I couldn’t find the angle I wanted.

Now that I have been writing this newsletter bi-weekly since June, I have finally made up my mind and I think it will be beneficial to all my readers. The last thing I wanted was to provide redundant content or transform it into a useless promotion bug in your mailbox ;-). So for those who haven’t signed up yet, here is what you can find in it:

Great “How To Make Money Online” Hindsights

As I previously mentioned, I don’t want to turn the newsletter into a marketing tool. This is why you won’t find quick make money online schemes. Instead, you will get access to most of the “behind the scenes” of my online company, how I buy, build and make money with my blogs and other websites.

Recently, I have discussed how I have found a virtual assistant, how to coach her and more info about our new projects (we are buying another blog and building a new retirement website as well). I’ll be discussing our successes, our failures and what we have learned along the way. So if you want to start an online business or if you simply want to hear about a real story, the newsletter is for you.

Market Reviews – What Really Matters To You and Your Pocket

Once a month, I’ll be doing a market review. It won’t be lengthy and it won’t look like an economic review done by financial analysts either. I want to bring economic news back to the ground level. Who cares if the unemployment rate goes down? Well, you will care if I tell you that it will be one of the indicators that will make the Bank of Canada increase its interest rate (therefore your line of credit or variable mortgage rate) the following month ;-).

I am trying to simplify the economic info and talk about what is really important to your pocket.

Canadian Stock Reviews, Graphs and More…

Included in the market review newsletter, I will look at 2 stocks that are part of the TSX 60. While I am not giving recommendations, you will find historical info, graphs and the potential for growth and risk for each of them. This could eventually lead you to pick these stocks for your portfolio (after more research of course!).

Maybe One Last Reason You Want To Subscribe…

I’ve entered in a friendly competition with my friend and partner in this adventure. We are both pushing our newsletter subscriptions at the moment. The goal is to be the first one to reach 1,000 subscribers. Since I already have more than 1,200 RSS feed subscribers, I am confident that I can beat him (his site is Intelligent Speculator).

So just for the sake of competition, I ask you to give it a chance and sign up. I’m sure you will enjoy it anyways ;-D

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I have signed up for your newsletter and I look forward to reading more about the behind the scenes of running an online company. I could use the tips!

by: The Financial Blogger | July 28th, 2010 (12:48 pm)

@ JP,

I hope you will learn a few tricks 😉

I’m sending my next newsletter by the end of this week… including a contest ;-D

As much as I’d like to win the competition, I have to admit that the newsletter is of very high quality, I’m a happy member:)

by: The Financial Blogger | July 28th, 2010 (2:35 pm)

thx on the good words, yours is not bad too 😉 hahaha!

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