Personal Finance Newsletters

May 17, 2009

Personal finance newsletters are a good way for bloggers to build relationships with their most passionate readers.  I had several readers ask me what the point of a newsletter was since I already publish new posts everyday.  What else could possibly be covered in a newsletter?

Giving You What You Want

The thing about blogging is that although hundreds or thousands of people may visit your site everyday, unless they leave a comment you have no idea who is reading the posts.  The great thing about a newsletter is that it helps build a relationship between the regular readers and the owner of the site.  It also lets bloggers figure out what regular readers really want to know more about and allows them to deliver extra content on those topics to subscribers.

Personal Finance Newsletters

I’ve subscribed to several personal finance newsletters that have recently started up and can recommend that you try them out as well.  They’re free to join and have been delivering interesting and useful information, you can follow the links below to sign up:

Everyone that signed up for the Money Smart Life newsletter a few months ago got access to the Investor’s Tax Guide, which hopefully helped out during tax season and will help with some tax planning for this year.

Video Case Studies

One of the pieces of feedback that I’ve received is that subscribers are looking for ways to make extra money so I’m putting together some case study videos on how friends of mine make extra money with side businesses.

One of my friends pays his mortgage payment each month with the money he makes!  I’ll send out some more information on those case studies in the newsletter, if that’s something you’d be interested in you can sign up for free below:


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Ben Edwards, the founder of Money Smart Life, saved up enough to buy a Nintendo back when he was 12 years old. When he used the money to buy shares of Wal-Mart stock instead, he knew he wasn't like the other kids... His addiction to personal finance has paid off for his family and now he's helping you to afford the life that you want. Check him out on the web at Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook.

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