My Journey to Millions Around The Web 3-21-11

In the past I never highlighted those bloggers who were cool enough to include my posts to be part of their round up or blog carnival and that is just unacceptable! So every Sunday I am going to bring them to your attention in the hopes that some of my readers will head over to their site or follow them on Twitter!

  1. My Buddy over at Funny at Money mentioned a guest post on my site about the Recent Credit Card Act on her Flying Dog Round up as well as my post calculating my mortgage costs on her Saturday Meanderings
  2. FreeFromBroke (@FreeFromBroke) liked my article explaining that Money Can Do Bad Things Money Can do Good Things despite being super sick and dealing with sick kids
  3. A Guest Post, No Good Time to become an Entrepreneurial, was featured on the recent Carnival of Wealth at Personal Dividends  (@Arohan)
  4. In discussing the terrible disaster that occurred recently Money Reasons mentioned my favorite thing about paying off debt
  5. The Passive Income Earner loves him some dividends so he obviously liked my detailed report updating my value dividend portfolio
  6. Not surprising, Dividend Monk also liked that same post.
  7. Mrs. Nespy who LOVES TO GIVE THINGS AWAY agreed that it was okay to just want things.
  8. Canadian Finance Blog (@CanadianFinanceBlog) accepted a guest post on my site about becoming an entrepreneur for the Totally Money Blog Carnival
  9. Dividend Mantra completely understood my fear of being unsuccessful.  Thank you.

I am still working on my system for thanking people so if I missed you or the carnival I am featured in please, please contact me via email or on twitter (@MJTM).

THANKS!

5 Responses to My Journey to Millions Around The Web 3-21-11

  1. Arohan says:

    Thanks Evan! Will see you again in the next edition of the Carnival.

  2. Thanks for the mention! I need to do this more myself :)

  3. I not only understand your fear of being unsuccessful, but share it!

    Thanks!

  4. Glen says:

    Thanks for the mention!

    One way I track things is with Evernote. I’ll clip the site/article reference then go back to my Evernote notebook come roundup time.

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