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Before You Write A Post, Ask Yourself This One Question

by in Lifestyle on Oct 29th, 2014
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The other week I woke up around 4am because I passed out at 9pm. I had played tennis the night before and ate a big meal afterward. Food coma hit me instantly. Given there’s nobody to talk to at 4am, I decided to finally write a long and detailed post about venture debt on Financial […]

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A Blog Is One Of The Greatest Small Businesses In The World

by in Lifestyle on Oct 20th, 2014
Blog From Home

Anybody who says, “A blog is not a business” most certainly does not have a very lucrative blog. I firmly believe that having a blog is one of the greatest businesses in the world for a variety of reasons. But before I get into why a blog is a terrific business, I want to first […]

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Become Wealthy If You Treat Your Blog Like a Business

by in Lifestyle on Oct 13th, 2014
Blog As A Business

The following is a great post by MyMoneyDesign.com who is building up his own blogging business.  Earlier this year Business Insider ran a story that described the 10 ways that rich people think differently. For the record, they defined “being rich” as having an annual income of $160,000 or greater and a liquid net worth […]

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Conclusive Evidence Beyond Basic SEO Is A Waste Of Time And Money

by in Lifestyle on Oct 1st, 2014
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I’ve kept the stance for several years now that beyond basic SEO, SEO is not a great use of time or money. If you artificially build links, you’ll eventually get penalized by Google. If you build a link-building business, your business probably won’t last very long either. If you build a link building network, it’ll […]

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How to Use Coupons to Cut Down on Medical Bills

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in Personal Finance on Sep 30th, 2014
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Whether you’re seeing the doctor for some allergy relief or even the common cold or you need some lab tests done, you would be surprised at how medical bills can get so expensive. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can reduce your healthcare costs. If you’re a coupon clipper or the type […]

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How To Make Money Quitting Your Job
  • moneystepper: Thanks Sam! I can’t wait to get started in January and hope that I have hundreds of people in the...
  • moneystepper: It’d be great to have you along Jakub. As I cover in our FAQs podcast, the challenge may be even...
  • Financial Samurai: Great initiative Graham! It’s a no brainer to try and achieve financial goals together.
  • Jakub: Sounds interesting, will think about it. I quit my job a month and plan to travel around Asia for 6+ months...
  • HappySimpleLiving: Great article and good for you, Brian, for methodically testing your decision to drop Disqus....
  • Nik @ Midlife Finance: Since 2013 I stopped using a blog commenting system for my blog. I also used Disqus that time...
  • Michelle: I really dislike Disqus from a user perspective because I always seem to get logged out and then have to...
  • Brian@Luke1428: Agreed Maria…please no captcha. Sometimes I can’t interpret those and have to reset them...
  • Brian@Luke1428: “…you don’t “own” or “host” the comments…” Right…I didn’t...
  • Brian@Luke1428: “…resistant at first to even commenting on sites with disqus…” I’m so...

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