Written on March 22nd, 2005 at 10:03 am by Darren Rowse

Introducing The Wealthy Blogger

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Jeremy from Ensight today announced the launch of a new blog he and a buddy have been working on - its The Wealthy Blogger - a blog about Money Management. Its a good example of a niche topic that aims to provide good helpful advice whilst providing its owners with a growing source of their own income.

Jeremy engaged my services with a little Adsense placement consulting so am interested to see how it will perform. They seem to be off to a good start if the numbers of comments on each post are anything to go by.

2 Responses to “Introducing The Wealthy Blogger”

  • I really like the use of the AdLinks module in the sidebar, I tried to use it but the colors didn’t work out (I’m using a great theme by Beccary and the sidebar is two colors). Maybe Google can put in a transparent background someday and help me out… :)

  • Financial advice to bloggers, by bloggers … and other interesting stories
    I am working through old enternetusers posts and here are a couple interesting posts for you (thought it best to give you a summary rather than a bunch of separate posts).

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