The Financial Blogger

My name is Mike. I have a wife and two children. I am always between two projects as the air I breathe is full of adrenaline. Obviously, my wife is very comprehensible. She’s always by my side so I can jump in my adventures. I started blogging to improve my English writing skills (it’s not my maternal language) and also to provide the blogosphere with my thoughts about everything related to finance. As I don’t support many financial rules of thumbs, you might find a different point of view on this blog. I’m working in the financial industry and I am specialized in personal finance. I’m always trying to find way to make money differently than receiving my pay check every two weeks. I love to try different things and I will post about them. Therefore, you’ll be able to follow my experience (good and bad!) through this website. Thefinancialblogger.com was born from a very special friendship. I was late one day for one of my class and the only place left in the classroom was beside this guy and his laptop. During the whole class, he never left up his head from his computer to look at the teacher. He was not takings notes, in fact he was not listening at all. He was typing codes (HTML) and switching screens and programs as he was trying to crack the NASA website. Actually, he was working on one of his website. I told myself: “I need to know this guy, what he is doing is just too interesting”. We end it up participating in the foreign student exchange together. After a 40 days trip through Europe, we didn’t only visit 10 countries and had a million of stories to tell, we also built a unique friendship. His name is Pierre. He is well known for doing too many things at the same time (like working 10 hours a day, studying for his 3rd CFA exam on top of playing hockey in a league and always being available for his nephew; my son William). He is also running several websites on different subjects. Working in the investment field for a few years, he decided to work with me in order to create a website that would give useful tips and information about personal finance and investment. We both want to create a resourceful website where everybody that decides to take control over his personal finance can actually do it and understand what his financial consultant is doing.

 

Stats Summary+/-

The Financial Blogger has a Wise Score of  65.75, which ranks it #176 among personal finance blogs.

Wise Score is an average of six statistics: MozRank, Number of Links to Domain, Klout Score, Twitter Followers, Alexa Rank, and Compete Rank. A Wise Score of 90 means the blog is better than 90% of its peers "on average". Learn more.

Date  Rank  Wise Score  MozRank  Linking
Domains
  Klout
Score
  Twitter
Followers
  Alexa
Rank
  Facebook
Likes
2014-12-1417665.755.316,20544.993,126637,0000
2014-12-718265.225.316,20544.993,126620,5620
2014-11-1617665.585.316,20544.993,126520,8150
2014-11-1617665.585.316,20544.993,126520,8150
 

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Twitter+/-

2,7151913,218
TweetsFollowingFollowers
Making 6 figure income, Working 4 days a week!
Tweeting since 13 March 2009 (5 years 40 weeks)

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Social Media Reach & Influence (by Klout)+/-

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Twitter influence stats by Klout. To get more in-depth Klout analysis of @FinancialBlogr, visit klout.com/FinancialBlogr.

Stat NameValueStat Explanation
Klout Score44.99The Klout Score is a 0-100 rating of @FinancialBlogr's overall influence on Twitter.
True Reach230True Reach is the size of @FinancialBlogr's engaged audience. Klout eliminates inactive and spam accounts, and only include accounts that @FinancialBlogr actually influences.
Network Score12.060-100 rating of the influence level of @FinancialBlogr's engaged audience.
Amplification Score6.00 0-100 score of the likelihood that @FinancialBlogr's tweets will be acted upon by their followers.
Klout Description of @FinancialBlogr
@FinancialBlogr is effectively using social media to influence their network across a variety of topics
Klout Classification of @FinancialBlogr
Networker You know how to connect to the right people and share what's important to your audience. You generously share your network to help your followers. You have a high level of engagement and an influential audience.
Influential Topics Influenced By Influencer Of
  • Carnival
  • Personal Finance
  • Klout
  • Social Media
  • Football
 

Google Search Rankings (by SEMRush)+/-

SEMRush finds the Google keywords where thefinancialblogger.com ranks in the top 20 search results.

SEMRush Rank0Rating of sites by the number of visitors coming from the first 20 Google search results.
SE Keywords0Number of keywords (search queries) the domain ranks in the top 20 Google (US) search results.
SE Traffic0Estimated number of visitors coming from the first 20 Google search results (per month).
SE Traffic Price$0Estimated cost of purchasing the same number of visitors.

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Majestic SEO Stats+/-

Majestic SEO

Stat NameValueStat Explanation
Referring Domains6,025Number of referring domains known for this item. If -1 then this number is not yet known.
Referring .EDU Domains3Number of referring domains from EDUcational sites (only exact .edu TLD included; no regional domains).
Referring IPs3,536Number of referring IP addresses.
External Backlinks365,247Number of external backlinks for this item.
Indexed URLs39,420Number of URLs for given item type present in index - these are NOT backlinks, but rather URLs belonging to given domain or subdomain: this metric is useful as an indication of domain content size.