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The Wall Street Journal Layoff Implications For Personal Finance

by in Personal Finance on Jun 19th, 2015
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The Wall Street Journal announced on June 18, 2015 that they will be laying off roughly 100 staff and most of their personal finance journalists. The news isn’t a huge shock given Dow Jones’ results were down 11% YoY in the third quarter of 2015. But it was a surprise to see that most of […]

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How To Get Bloggers To Write About Your Company Or Product

by in Lifestyle on May 20th, 2015

The larger your site grows, the more inundated you will get with requests to highlight a product, company, or service. It makes sense given your sphere of influence has grown. And as your sphere of influence grows, so does your revenue. But not everything has to be about making more money online. I write mostly […]

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Feed The Trolls To Grow Your Website’s Traffic, Rank Better In SEO, And Make More Money!

by in Lifestyle on Apr 27th, 2015
Feed The Troll For More Traffic

The larger your website grows, the larger your website will likely continue to grow. It’s a virtuous cycle that makes blogging easier the longer you survive. You just need to get past that first two or three year wasteland, that most all of us go through where we wonder whether it’s all worth it or […]

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Are You Correctly Predicting The Future To Maximize Your Online Revenue?

by in Lifestyle on Apr 16th, 2015

One of the big surprises to come out of blogging was not the realization that I could one day leave my full-time job in finance. That epiphany came when I received an advertising request on my iPhone while chilling at a bar on top of Santorini in the Fall of 2011. The┬ábiggest surprise about blogging […]

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To Build Greater Wealth Never Sell Your Income Producing Assets

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Do you know what happens when you sell an income producing asset? You end up spending so much time trying to recreate what you sold in vain. Thanks to inflation, declining interest rates, and a bull market, the asset you sold becomes tougher and tougher to replicate if you don’t buy another asset immediately. Selling […]

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How To Negotiate A Severance Package
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  • MoneyTime: I would find it hard to be down on ad blocking, simply because I love it as a user (and have used them for...
  • Sam: Of course for you Chitika is better. Because the founder of Chitika is Indian.
  • Jackie: Ad blocking is definitely a concern and a bummer for bloggers. How does everybody expect people to product...
  • Untemplater: Sounds like a great conference! What a crazy graph. As a blogger it is frustrating that ad blocking...
  • Jack: The best blogs are personal and tell stories. The worst blogs are just all affiliate advertising posts. No...
  • Financial Samurai: I think that’s correct. And as a result, the content will just get better because only the...
  • Mr. Utopia: I could be wrong, but it seems this trend will make it more difficult for beginning and some journeymen...
  • Steve Miller: I blog twice a week. I haven’t settled on specific dates or times though. Do you really see...
  • Dividend Freedom: Great post. Its all about having the money to do what makes you happy. In my case is geographical...

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