Last updated on April 27th, 2020 at 01:54 pm
Hello Blog Readers 🙂 I have some exciting news to share with you all today! My Blog (Personal Finance Freedom) has been featured on the Credit Canada website – “The 15 Best Personal Finance Blogs You Should Be Following”. It’s truly humbling and got me excited when I first heard this news.
Here’s the link to the original article “The 15 Best Personal Finance Blogs You Should be Following” which has been published on January 27th, 2020.
Personal Finance Freedom is listed at the #6 Best Personal Finance Blogs to read in Canada. Now then, this is not a small feat to achieve by any standards. I’ve put in several years of effort in creating this wonderful platform whereby I’m helping people with the knowledge I have gained all through these years.
I’ve personally been a big-time follower of all the above-mentioned blogs. I am no way close to almost all the 15 blogs mentioned in the list – both in terms of volume or traffic, but I know that it’s all about taking baby steps, one at a time and eventually will get there 🙂 (I can already see the traffic growing on this blog every single day)
I am really missing my friend and fellow Canadian Dylan from “Swift Salary” on this list. I find him to be very authentic in all of his blog posts and am a huge follower of his blog. He’s doing great nowadays and do check out his recent posts, they are all informative and great! Please do check it out. Special shout out to Enoch Omololu from Savvy New Canadians. He’s a one-man army when it comes to building a successful business empire.
To be honest, I’ve been inspired by all the Personal Finance Bloggers (yes all 15 in the list) and other Canadian Personal Finance Bloggers in this space who all work so hard creating tons of useful content for all of you. Kudos to each and every one. Please continue pumping in the content and let the almighty reward you with everything you aspire for!
In case any of you out here are really passionate and interested in guest blogging or want to publish your content on my blog, please send me an email.
PS – You don’t have to pay me anything for doing this, my blog’s getting decent traffic as is, so I’ll just share the goodwill with you all, that’s about it. Along with the article, you’ll send please add the link to your blog. I’ll definitely communicate before I publish
Also at this moment, I am very much open for collaboration with one and all (US & Canadian Personal Finance Bloggers). Any help, anyone needs from me or through me I will at the mercy of God. Please email me for any potential leads and I should be up to it.
One more thing, my job’s currently very demanding, By the way, I do work as a Delivery Manager (Information Technology Projects) in one of the Big 5 Canadian Banks. I’ve lots of new responsibilities on my shoulder, a 6-year active kid at home.
At times it gets so tiring to touch the computer again once back from work. My only inspiration, which keeps me going forward is the emails and comments I get from the blog readers.
IT’S MY HUMBLE DUTY TO THANK ONE AND ALL SO VERY MUCH FOR ALL THE KIND WORDS! IT REALLY MEANS A LOT TO ME!
I usually reply back to every email I get, In case I haven’t to anyone of you, please don’t take it, heart. I would not have done so purposefully. I’m human as well, so mistakes do happen, please shoot out a follow-up email and I should be reply back.
Again, this is just the beginning of my blog journey. I’ve miles to go and oceans to cross. I’ll always try to take it one step at a time. Featuring on Credit Canada is one the best things that has happened to me.
Going forward, I’ll continue writing better and simple content which is useful for one and all. Not everyone is familiar with the topics I’ll write, so usually I’ll start from scratch so that everyone has something in there. I’ll continue with that approach.
Also, will make sure the content I’m producing is authentic and helpful.
Thanks to all the beautiful Canadian people for everything you do to help newcomers like me and help settle down. I’m someone who loves giving it back to society and lending helping hands to the needy. I’m not making much from this blog, to be frank, a couple of hundred dollars from display ad revenue, that’s it! I am not yet into affiliate marketing, through which the other big guys make 10’s of thousands every month.
That’s it for now. I just wanted to thank you all for the support and mention that my blog was featured on the Elite list of Personal Finance Bloggers on Credit Canada website. Sorry if I blabbered too much!
Feel free to shoot out an email at [email protected] in case you have any personal finance-related topics or questions in mind! Stay blessed and enjoy the day! Take Care! Bye Now.