"It is possible to make a living as a blogger!" - BargainBabe.com founder Julia Scott
Newport, RI (PRWEB) January 19, 2011
The money-saving site BargainBabe.com is celebrating turning two with $750 in giveaways and prizes. Julia Scott, a former print journalist turned online savings maven is proof that it is possible to make a living as a blogger.
“I’m thrilled to reach this milestone and grateful to my readers for their support,” said BargainBabe.com founder Julia Scott. “Now let’s giveaway some prizes!”
The prizes are free to anyone who comments on the site and include:
- 150 “I brake for bargains!” bumper stickers
- $100 in Restaurant.com gift certificates
- Two AMC movie passes
- $50 gift card to your local grocery store
- $430 Vivaz smartphone through AT&T
- $299 30-day fitness bootcamp in LA
The contest ends Jan. 24, 2011. BargainBabe.com is helping people across the country take control of their finances and live well despite economic stress. BargainBabe.com does this by sharing ways to save money in everyday life.
Recent posts on BargainBabe.com include:
Is Amazon grocery cheaper? The answer will shock you!
Best websites to buy prescription glasses for a savings of $200
http://bargainbabe.com/2011/01/07/video-best-websites-to-buy-prescription-glasses/ (the link has code to embed)
The true cost of owning an iPad
Visit Bargain Babe on the web at http://www.bargainbabe.com.
BargainBabe.com helps people save money on everyday expense like groceries, gasoline, and gifts. The site is written by Julia Scott, a cheapskate by nature and a journalist by training. Julia was a reporter, columnist and blogger at the Los Angeles Daily News before launching BargainBabe.com in January 2009. Now she writes a weekly column on saving money for the N.J. Star-Ledger. BargainBabe.com attracts more than 50,000 unique visitors each month and has been featured on NPR, Good Morning America, ABC Money Matters, in Better Homes & Gardens, The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, and more.