Repaid.org is announcing a new round of guest posts going live on leading blogs in the personal finance space...
Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
Repaid.org, a fast-growing personal finance blog launched in 2012, is announcing a new round of guest posts going live on leading blogs in the personal finance space. The blog, owned and managed by two seasoned bloggers, covers such topics as frugality, money management, budgeting, and debt elimination.
In an effort to widen their readership and authority, the bloggers began an initiative in 2013 to contribute guest posts to other leading personal finance blogs. This is a common practice in the blogging space, and an effective way to network with other bloggers while increasing the blog's readership. This initiative has lead to ten guest posts publishing or forthcoming since December 2012.
Most of the posts have been written by J. Coffey, Repaid.org's primary contributor. After spending years in a vicious cycle of debt, payday loans, and even bankruptcy, Coffey paid off more than $10,000 in credit card debt in 27 months through smart budgeting and hard work. He is now sharing his experiences through a wide array of guest posts, including such posts as:
-"Finding Qualified Help for Financial Problems: 5 Steps" (Frugal Rules)
-"5 Ways to Avoid The Winter Spending Blizzard" (Budget and the Beach)
-"5 Pricing Tricks to Be Wary Of" (Debt Roundup)
-"5 Steps to Stop Collections Calls" (Club Thrifty)
-"Why Your EPA Ratings Don't Add Up" (Prairie Eco Thrifter)
Blog administrator Taylor Brown remarked, "We've been very grateful to these wonderful blog owners for allowing us to contribute guest posts on their sites. Not only has it allowed us to increase our readership and social media followers, but we've found that so many personal finance bloggers are such wonderful people." Brown went on to detail plans for the blog's future, which include participation in industry giveaways and contests, as well as a continued emphasis on guest posting.
About Repaid.org: Repaid.org is a personal finance blog with an emphasis on paying off and staying out of unsecured debt. Interested parties are encouraged to read the blog's recent series on the 3 Steps to Eliminating All of Your Debt.