Social Lending Network Announces Free Webinar on Peer to Peer Lending

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Peter Renton, publisher of the Social Lending Network, will host a free webinar on peer to peer lending this Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 8pm Eastern Time. The webinar will deal with some common questions investors have about this new industry.

Peer to peer lending is still relatively new and investors often have many questions. On July 14th at 8pm EDT these questions will be answered by one of America's foremost experts on peer to peer lending.

Peer to peer lending (also called p2p lending or social lending) has been growing very rapidly over the last year with new loan volume up over 100% at industry leaders Lending Club and Prosper. This means that many new investors are coming on board all the time seeking a great return on their investment. But for investors to get the most out of peer to peer lending they need to become better informed.

"Most investors come to peer to peer lending with many questions," said Peter Renton, publisher of one of the leading blogs on peer to peer lending, the Social Lending Network. "But they don't want to rely just on the words of the companies promoting their own investments, they want an independent voice."

This free webinar will deal with some of the common questions investors have when they start with peer to peer lending. Questions relating to protecting principal, minimizing risk and maximizing ROI. “Our free peer to peer lending webinar will answer the questions investors most want to know,” said Renton. “Whether you are considering a new peer to peer lending investment or are an established investor, you will not want to miss this webinar.”

The webinar will be held live on Thursday, July 14, 2011 from 8pm-9pm EDT. To register visit: http://www.sociallending.net/webinars/july-14-2011/

About the Social Lending Network
Established in 2008, the Social Lending Network is one of America's leading blogs on peer to peer lending. Published by Peter Renton, it is updated several times a week with new information to help both investors and borrowers navigate this rapidly changing industry.

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