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Yakezie Personal Finance Carnival

TweetIf you enjoy reading and engaging with bloggers in the area of Personal Finance.  This week I am the  hosting the Yakezie Carnival,  make sure you check out Yakezie.com to if you want to read more great Personal Finance blogs. CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes Why You Shouldn’t Depend on Social Security Anymore – If you’re one of
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Blogger vs WordPress: A 2013 Comparison

TweetI started blogging in 2009, my first blog was the Godaddy blog platform Blogcast.  Although it was easy to get  started and can be connected to my  website with no problem.  There were many limitations with the Godaddy blog platform, so I decided to make a  switch to WordPress. But what I didn’t know when I made the switch, that
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Yakezie Personal Finance Carnival

TweetIf your someone who enjoys Personal Finance,  the blogs listed below are brought to you by Yakezie Carnival which is a network of personal finance bloggers online. Maria @ The Money Principle writes Credit card confessions: Brits reveal truth behind their secret spending – Some people seem to do a lot of secret spending. This research from MoneySuperMarket tells us
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It’s Yakezie Challenge time again!

TweetI have decided to re-enter the  Yakezie blogger challenge for 2013.  In 2012, I had planned to take my blogging more seriously,  and join a  group of individuals that were in the same blogging niche as me.  Well after 3 months in I lost focus and interest,  which in turn cause me to not be consistent with my blogging schedule. 
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Niche blogging: 4 Reasons why you want to Niche Focus your Blog

TweetMany people have asked me who want to get started with blogging, how I knew what to blog about when I got started.  My answer to them has been quite simple, blog about what interest you and stay within that niche.  Since I was already providing Financial Coaching/Financial Literacy Education to my clients it just made sense for me to
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