Free Money Finance Profile
Written by: FMF
My Promises to Readers
I promise that I’ll shoot straight and give you my honest opinions.
I promise to tell you what’s worked for me, what hasn’t, and if I don’t know anything about a topic (like tax rates on foreign oil investments in South America), I’ll tell you.
I promise that you’ll probably hear a lot of things that your mom or dad said, but you know what, mom and dad were right in many cases.
I promise you won’t hear the latest get-rich-quick scheme, hot stock tip, or how to borrow your way to prosperity (unless you hear me telling you about how these are bad ideas).
I promise I will give plain, simple advice that if you follow it, will consistently increase your net worth.
I promise the site will feature articles, links to great sites, interviews with people who have something good to add, reviews of products, and anything else I can come up to help you increase your net worth.
I promise that just for fun, I may throw in some wacky stuff once in awhile – like an article on my Indianapolis Colts, an update on the NASCAR Nextel Cup Championship, the details of the latest chess world championship, the exploits of my favorite bike team, or a review of how my rose growing hobby is going this summer. I want to keep us all on our toes and break up the money-talk every once in awhile.
It should be a fun and rewarding time. I invite you (and your friends, family, and business associates) to join me. I hope you will visit frequently, add your comments, and tell your friends and family about the site that offers free and simple advice on money and finance designed to maximize your net worth.
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Advertise with Free Money Finance
If you're looking to expose your product or service to thousands of people interested in personal finance, Free Money Finance (FMF) is a great way to do it. Companies like H&R Block and Nationwide have seen the benefit of advertising on a growing site that's already generated over 3 million visitors and almost 7 million pageviews.
To get started, all you need to do is send me an email and we put together a tailored plan designed to meet your business objectives. Currently FMF sells 125 x 125 graphic ads based on the cost per thousand impressions (CPM). This model has delivered thousands of highly qualified readers to our advertisers' sites, and I'm sure the same can be done for yours.
That said, I don't accept just any ad. I review both products and potential ads to make sure they are beneficial to my readers (i.e. no payday loan ads for sure!) Then, if I feel the product/service is worthwhile and legitimate, the ad can run. If you'd like more information on what I do and don't approve, see details on my ad policy.
Money Tips Network Blogs
By Kerry K. Taylor, author of 397 Ways to Save Money - Spend Smarter & Live Well on Less, Squawkfox makes frugal living sexy, delicious, and fun.
Created in 2003 by Flexo, this informative group blog has been honored by Kiplinger as a “must-read” blog and named as one of Yahoo!’s “Ten Money Blogs Everyone Should Read.”