October 29, 2010, 6:00 am

Yakezie Roundup

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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This week on The Financial Blogger we explained M-35 and what are company is all about. Many readers asked about our company and it was time that we explained it so that you guys know what M-35 is all about. I hope this gives some insight to all aspiring bloggers as to how much effort and time we put into our online business.

Let’s look at the best articles from the Yakezie:

1. 5 Tips to Prevent Overspending @ Budgeting In The Fun Stuff.

2. The 1929 Stock Market Crash @ Canadian Finance Blog.

3. Improve Economics and Help Feed the Poor at the Same Time @ Invest It Wisely.

4. Thoughts For Thursday: I Hate School @ Everyday Tips And Thoughts.

5. Tip Inflation: We’ve Got Nobody to Blame But Ourselves @ Len Penzo.

6. The Best Way To Lose Weight And Become Debt Free @ Financial Samurai.

7. Mint Data: More Than You Care to Know About Other People’s Spending Habits @ Consumerism Commentary.

8. The hedged nature of early retirement extreme @ Early Retirement Extreme.

9. Credit CARD Act and Its Affect on College Students @ Free From Broke.

10.  Using the Time Value of Money to Inspire You to Save @ Money Help For Christians.

11. Do You Exchange Gifts with Your Significant Other? @ Sweating The Big Stuff.

12. 10 Ways We Lose Money Without Realizing It @ Money Reasons.

13. 3 Ways to Supplement your Income with Online Earnings @ Financially Poor.

14. Budget Saving Strategies For Birthday Gifts @ Not Made of Money.

15. My Present Thoughts on Risk and Life @ PF Firewall.

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Comments

Thanks for the mention!

Thanks for the round up mate. How’s your blogging empire doing and how do you value how much to pay for the Twitter account which I assume you must own as well?

Thanks for the link!

Thanks for the mention!

by: The Financial Blogger | October 31st, 2010 (2:43 pm)

@Financial Samurai,

the empire is going well, we are trying to buy another blog now ;-D

honestly, I don’t give much value to twitter account yet. So far, they don’t bring much business and very few business.

As for an example, the DoNotWait contest was RT several times and barely brought 100 visits… I’m not convince of the power of twitter yet…