June 17, 2011, 4:16 pm

Yakezie Roundup

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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This week on this blog we went over the monthly income report for May. It was a good look at how you can really improve your blog income if you remain persistent and work hard over an extended period of time. What are your blog goals?

Let’s jump straight into the Yakezie links:

1. Helping Out A Father In Need @ Financial Samurai.

2. I am SO Excited About the Financial Blogger Conference! @ BITFS.

3. Capital One Buys ING Direct, Now What? @ Consumerism Commentary.

4. The Wife’s Confusing View on Credit Cards @ MJTM.

5. Free Canadian Coupon Policies eBook @ Grocery Alerts.

6. Think You Are A Great Driver While Talking On A Cell Phone? Think Again! @ Everyday Tips and Thoughts.

7. Bloggers should communicate their personal opinions @ ERE.

8. There’s More Than One Way To Send Money To Your Spouse! @ Money Cone.

9. Carless For 3 Months @ Retire By 40.

10. How Do Mobile Payments Work? @ Couple Money.

11. 4 Tips to Eat Cheap @ Canadian Finance Blog.

12. Cheaper Teenager Car Insurance – 10 Tips To Save You Serious Money @ Wealth Pilgrim.

13. June Check-In: 2011 Goals @ The College Investor.

14. Goodbye ING Direct? @ Well Heeled Blog.

15. How Online Businesses Should Operate Like Offline Businesses @ My Wife Quit Her Job.

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Thanks for including our free eBook link.

We are planning on our review of your eBook soon. (Still can’t believe it is free)!

One of my blog goals is to diversify the revenue from the website. Currently we rely on Adsense which is great but it is not good to put eggs all in 1 basket.

How is FInanceAds.ca?

Any other good affiliate programs for Canadian Publishers?

Thanks TFB! Much honored to be included!

Thanks for including my link!

Thanks for the mention!

Thanks for the link love!

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