Mr J. Money and I had been in communication over the last week or so and I gotta say he is one cool dude. I decided to hook my boy up with a sick beat and filthy finance lyrics, which turned in to a beautiful song about his website. Check out the rap here .
Holy Guacamole! I just made a new best friend yesterday. I recently wrote about my 9 month blogging hiatus . In my short lived blogging stint last year. I was averaging about 5 to 15 viewers each week. During the 9 months I fell off the face of “bloggers earth”, I was averaging a solid two visitors per day. Fast forward five months and it has been a little over a week since I got back in to it, and with the help from J. Money at Budgets are $exy, and a finance rap, my veiwership skyrocketed from 2 visitors to about 10 visitors a day. After, submitting my article “a dilemma ” to the Festival of Frugality for this weeks carnival. I hit my record for unique visitors in a single day 97!!! That is like an 11,000% increase. That makes me very happy. So I just wanted to take time to say thank you to the Festival of Frugality and all who stopped by to read the article. I’m totally motivated to keep on truckin’
P.S. Im a huge dork cause when I saw the statistics I called my girlfriend to tell her that I almost had 100 visitors to my site…she pretended to care (isn’t she sweet).
It’s a fun little description about my favorite peeps
and the stories they write about how to live super cheap
I’ll start with my boy some know him as J. Money
He is really well known for making personal finance funny
Budgets are $exy is the fruition of his work
where he writes about getting screwed by a wedding photographer jerk
take a minute or two and sift through his blog
if you don’t enjoy it then you really…..SUCK.
Now its only appropriate to give a shout out and a hollar
to my man Trent over at The Simple Dollar
It’s a little more academic, but no worries you need not be a scholar
follow Trent’s advise and you’re sure to end up a finance baller
The third blog I read is called All Financial Matters
where JLP serves up financial genius on a platter
He is especially fond of using charts and graphs
to demonstrate the way your 401k has been cut in half
It was to these three blogs my finance cherry had been popped
put them all together and you surely can’t be stopped
My websites punch debt in the face and one day I hope to aspire
to the ranks of these bloggers money management empire.
This blog was featured on this weeks Carnival of Personal Finance found here. Thanks Four Pillars!
Well I took a little break from the blogging world for a little bit. I initially got in to this blog with dollar signs in my eyes, probably not unlike many bloggers. It’s too much work posting when you feel like you have to. I’m moving forward and am going to make a good faith effort at posting more frequently, not because I think its gonna make me independently wealthy, but because I just like the idea of blogging. I believe I am currently averaging approximately one viewer a day, which I don’t think is half bad considering I haven’t even visited my own page in over a six months. Essentially I’m saying I suck at life….my bad 🙂
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