A while back I started blogging online so that I could share my thoughts on politics, money, religion and a variety of other topics. I found that I wasn’t really passionate about all the topics, and as such I wasn’t really able to keep enough interest in the topics to continue blogging more than a few months.
Since I’ve started writing about money for other sites, however, I’ve realized that the topic of personal finance, investing, debt reduction and anything finance related is really extremely interesting to me. Add to that the fact that I believe there are so many people that really need help in this area, and I knew that the personal finance niche would be one I was interested in joining.
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At the launch of this blog I’ve set up several ways that people can subscribe, follow and stay in touch with Smart On Money.
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What Is RSS? RSS is a great tool that allows you to get updates from your favorite blogs and websites without actually visiting them. (For an overview of RSS check out this video here). Instead of “bookmarking” your favorites via your web browser, you can now use an RSS reader to keep you informed of any updates. Google Reader is my favorite way to subscribe to Smart On Money.
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Thanks For Checking Us Out!
Thanks so much for stopping by today on our launch, and I look forward to sharing all sorts of great personal finance information with you over the coming months! Please leave a comment and say hi so I know that you’ve stopped by today!