Weekly Good Reads in the Blogging World

This is first month anniversary of this blog. So far I have received around 972 page views and 253 unique visitors at Finance Product Reviews.

Not bad so far provided I only has 7 visits through search engine. And so far I don’t even appear in the front page for a search term “Finance Product Reviews”.

Let’s now bring out the articles I did like reading and a few reviews that might be of help if you are considering those.

Mint.com iPhone app review at Buck Inspire covers some features on mint’s smart phone app. I am a Yodlee user, and they don’t do a very good job in providing an phone app.

Free From Broke reviews some latest and coolest payment technologies like Google Wallet NFC and Amex-Twitter collaboration.

Money Q and A updated readers on newest features in betterment tool.

Bucksome Boomer presents Free Personal Finance assistance Tool.

Cult of Money reviews the book, Grouped.

Young and Thrifty has published a comprehensive review on You Need a Budget (YNAB) personal finance software, I admit I heard the name for first time, I will surely research, use and publish my version of feedback via a review.

Evolving PF has an comprehensive post about choosing the right kind of credit card according to your shopping habit. I have been telling people to do exact same thing on my other blog One Cent at a Time, but never have been able to convey the message with such elegance.

Interesting, funny and engaged post from Free Financial Advisor I miss Checkbooks.

Financial knowledge Online has an important lessons for those who seek quick success, Stop Moving the Boat.

Small Budget Big Dreams has an immediate dream to celebrate St. Patricks day on a budget, good tips!

One Cent at a Time had an article, actually a guest post, about Gold Vs. Silver as an investment option.

At the end, Work Save Life discusses on the successes, failures and lessons as a beginner blogger.

I should be able to review two products a week from next week onwards, But on certain weeks I may be able to get one article out in a week. See you again for some personal talk next week.

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Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in this web site are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”