Welcome every one. We are officially 1 month old. And Google has granted us some authority. Now when I searched using the blog name, I saw FPR as the first entry listed. Even we are now seeing a couple of search engine visitors everyday. this is a good sign. Although I don’t think we would see any significant search traffic till we are 6 months old.
This is my experience from building my personal finance blog, One Cent at a Time. We saw traffic increase at 3 months level, 6 months level and at 1 year. Although the back-link profile is not very good right now. I did make some headway with Yakezie bloggers and carnival hosts.
Last week we posted only one review because didn’t get much time to try out many products. I hope to amend the lull in upcoming weeks. We want FPR to be a very reliable name in the field of product reviews. Till date the reviews we have written were very honest.
I am trying out betterment and many other finance tools for writing review purpose. So far I haven’t found any revolutionary product in the market after mint.com and Yodlee in terms of reliability, ease and usefulness.
Roundup of good reviews and blog posts
The Amateur Financier reviews the book I always wanted to read The Millionaire Next Door.
50 plus Finance reviews the Betterment financial software tool
Cult of Money has an excellent write-up on the Power of Feedback for your Success.
Ever thought about how things at your home pile up? Simple Island Living has found out the same and I think it’s not simple living even if its on an Island.
Here’s to a beginner Blogger’s claim to fame for a post that went viral, at See Debt Run, Michelle must have seen a traffic run for a few days, congrats!
Evolving PF brings out a good point to start saving for retirement while you’re in college. It’s not that everyone could do, but, if you have the means, why not?
Tackling our Debt has three very simple and practical tips to earn money from neighborhood.
Watson inc is master of psychological thriller posts, right out of text books, now he targets earning more vs. saving more. Earn guys, earn!
Average Joe’s Blog plays with Swiss army knife, The Roth IRA – Playing Games With Tax Brackets
See you all for another round of chit-chat next week.
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