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Your Comment System Is Killing Your Discussions And Community Building Efforts

by in Lifestyle on Jun 2nd, 2014
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There once was a time when no comment system existed. You’d just go to a site, read the post, and leave your Name, E-mail, and URL address (optional) to leave a comment. If your browser was smart enough, it would remember all your details so you could go directly into leaving another comment instead of […]

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How To Win At Everything Online

by in Personal Finance on Mar 31st, 2014
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One blogger I’ve been mentoring over the past year asked me the other day, “How can I ever win one of those blogging awards? I see some blogs get award after award and they aren’t that good. Their traffic isn’t that high and their content isn’t very original. Yet some sites have much better content […]

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Fine Tune Your Blog For Maximum Results

by in Lifestyle on Nov 29th, 2013
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Fine tune your blog: missions and writing styles Author’s bio: Maria Nedeva is the blogger behind The Money Principle: a personal finance blog that will ‘make your head hurt and your wallet sing’. There she writes about money management, wealth and the changing rules of money.  There is no point beating around the bush: we […]

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How To Write The Whale Post

by in Lifestyle on Nov 17th, 2011
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One of the reasons why public writing is so addicting is because there’s a chance somebody important out there might read what you’re writing and highlight it to somebody else important.  Your traffic starts to surge and your site might even crash due to server overload.  If this happens, congratulations!  You have found your Whale […]

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Finding The Best Money Making Affiliate Program For Your Blog

by in Lifestyle on Aug 12th, 2014
Life and Liberty by Colleen Kong-Savage

Someone asked me the other day what were the three things that gave me the confidence to leave my job in 2012. My initial response was being able to negotiate a severance package worth six years of existing living expenses. The severance was seriously the unexpected X Factor that I did not foresee happening when […]

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Does PageRank Still Matter? It Sure Seems Like It Doesn’t

by in Lifestyle on Jul 29th, 2014
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The other day I was having a conversation with a tennis buddy of mine whose wife has a fitness blog. Her site receives about 30,000 pageviews a months. Not too shabby at all. I mentioned I do some blogging too, and he asked me the address for my blog and I told him Financial Samurai. […]

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How To Make Good Money Freelance Writing

by in Lifestyle on Jul 21st, 2014
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Since January 2014 I’ve been in charge of building out a corporate blog as part of my part-time consulting duties. It’s been a good challenge that has effectively lowered marketing costs for the company, improved the company’s authority, and allowed the company to tell their story the way they want. So far so good. Instead […]

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When Is Enough, Enough In The Online World?

by in Lifestyle on Jul 6th, 2014
When is enough enough?

For five years in a row I’ve been posting on average 3-4 times a week. I just went with this posting schedule frequency because that’s what I had in me. But as I get older, I’m beginning to lose a little steam in my enthusiasm for writing a lot as frequently. Search engine traffic makes […]

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Smart Couponing: How to Maximize Your Savings on Amazon

by in Personal Finance on Jun 30th, 2014
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Coupons. The very word conjures up mental images of being stuck in line behind an elderly lady rifling through her purse for an eternity to save 2¢ on a package of gum. Fortunately for all of us, thanks to the global superstore of the future, the Internet, today’s shopping experience is far quicker and more […]

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  • Financial Samurai: Amazon is good practice. It’s hard to make a lot on Amazon unless your site is very consumer...
  • Financial Samurai: The more you use and love the product, the easier it is to write about them. It’s always...
  • Kipp: I have recently signed up for the Amazon affiliate program. I am not really considering others at this point as...
  • Nik @ Midlife Finance: Great content rules all the time! I think being an affiliate is still the best way to earn...
  • Untemplater: It takes patience and perseverance. I remember it took me a long time before I wrote about my first...
  • professorsavings: great information. at the end, I keep it simple. Google wants great content consistently published...
  • Financial Samurai: That temptation has been huge for many bloggers after the first year, and most will take it. We...
  • Financial Samurai: Amazon sells everything and id go on CJ.com and peruse through all their categories for an hour....
  • debt debs: Any suggestions on how to find the products you wouldn’t mind endorsing, Sam? I’m finding this...
  • Richard: I’m really struggling to avoid paid links at the moment. It seems that one or two of my sites have...
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