One Month of Mojo, Applied to Credit Cards

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How do you make your voice count in a crowded space like the credit card market? Speaking louder than too loud might be the current popular way, but what if a new web site tried a new approach? The approach of presenting the best and the latest in Credit Card news and offerings, under the guidance of two cardinal principles:

1.    Credit Cards are not evil, credit cards are wonderful and flexible tools for sound personal finance management; abuse and misuse of credit cards is evil.
2.    Information is not power, only correct action based on facts is power. And someone else's opinion, which might be biased, is just that, an opinion, one's choices must be based on objective facts, not subjective opinions.

Credit Cards Mojo's first article was published July 24, 2008, and today is celebrating its one month anniversary ranking in the top 2.63% of all websites according to Alexa, an online service that measures traffic for millions of sites on the Internet in a similar way to Nielsen television show ratings. is part of the Personal Finances Networks (, a new start-up in Boston MA focused on providing information about personal finances directly to consumers in a way that is informative and entertaining at the same time. The business plan calls for multiple sites following different aspects of personal finances, from very niche aspects to general, arranged topically (the networks). is the first of the series, and will soon be followed by sites related to Mortgages, Personal Loans, Auto Loans, Student Loans, and other topics.

While is looking for writers, it also extends the invitation for guest writers, anyone from Finance and Personal Finance professionals to Personal Finance enthusiasts, who have something interesting and original to say and might not have access to a publishing platform.

"People are tired of self-fulfilling advice from too many sources, pretending to know with one single message what is good for everyone across the board. When it comes to Personal Finances, each individual situation is different, and individual are smart, they only need FACTS, and then they can often make the best decisions for themselves. Too much information, and especially biased and misleading information is where the danger is." says Marco Aniello,'s Managing Partner.

If you'd like more information about, please call us at 339 203-0153 or email Marco at pfnetworks @

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