Blog Ideas For Money

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Blog Ideas For Money

Standard Blog Post $77.50

DIY Accounting: The Pros And The Cons

With the rise of such do-it-yourself (DIY) software to do income taxes, more and more people believe that they are saving money by doing their own taxes. But are they? This SEO blog post -- which is perfect for tax professionals -- will discuss, in extensive detail, the pros and cons of doing your own taxes, and will conclude with a soft cell/CTA (call to action) for the client.

Bernadette G

New York, New York, United States •

Customer Ratings: 65

Short Blog Post $61.88

4 Myths about Tiny Living

This article is about 4 myths surrounding the idea of living in a tiny house on wheels. Subheaders: Mortgage Free, Easy to Park, Wasting Money on Big Houses, I Don't Need a Yard.

Charles W

Rapid City, South Dakota, United States •

Customer Ratings: 7

Standard Blog Post $76.75

How Spending, Saving, and Investing Habits Determine Class

In this article, I'll break down the general habits of the lower, middle, and upper class population to compare the differences of how they handle money. This is a popular topic addressed in just about every financial health book out there (in various ways) and it plays a key role in getting out of debt and gaining financial independence.

Sydney C

Sandpoint, Idaho, United States •

Customer Ratings: 12

Short Blog Post $49.50

Benefits of a Double-Entry Bookkeeping System

This article would explore why a double-entry bookkeeping system is preferable over others (such as its increased accuracy, and ability to precisely track the flow of money).

Jackie S

Madison, Wisconsin, United States •

Customer Ratings: 422

Short Blog Post $49.50

Cable TV, Satellite or Streaming: How to get the most for less

This article will look at the dozens upon dozens of options that people have when it comes to watching TV, and will breakdown several ways that people can get the most for their money.


Standard Blog Post $76.75

The Journey to Achieving a High Credit Score

In this article, I will start with a brief introduction about why a credit score is important, why every person has more than one score, and how pursuing good credit can save a person a lot of money in their lifetime. I will then delve into the key factors that affect a person's credit and what they can do to achieve a high credit score, including: closing old accounts, opening new accounts, trying to raise credit limits, trying to lower credit utilization to 10% or less, and so on. I will end the article with some quick tips and a summary.

Sydney C

Sandpoint, Idaho, United States •

Customer Ratings: 1

Short Blog Post $847.50

Are you using Scripted without a content marketing strategy?

Content is king in 2018, but keyword stuffing crashes your rankings. Long term content strategy builds lasting relationships with your users. If you're just posting blogs and content without a plan, you might as well save your money.

Jack D

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States •

No Ratings

Short Blog Post $49.50

Is Multi-Touch Attribution A Worthy Investment?

Many marketers today are using single-touch or last-touch attribution as a means of tracking revenue generation. Unfortunately, while common, these attribution models are extremely inaccurate and they can make it difficult to know which marketing practices are actually effective, and which ones are wasting money. Multi-touch attribution is a new model that helps a marketer better understand which tactics are actually impacting sales and revenue. I'll explore the benefits of it in this article.

Sydney C

Sandpoint, Idaho, United States •

Customer Ratings: 12

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Student Loans: Starting out Behind the Eight-Ball

Statistics show that a person's lifetime earning potential dramatically increases with a college degree in hand. Unfortunately, statistics also show that the cost of such a degree has become prohibitive for most without the help of some type of financial aid. In other words, students will need to dig a big debt-hole in order to make enough money to pay off that "initial" debt. For many, that can bring long-term ramifications. Is it worth it?

Lester Y

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States •

No Ratings

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Your Personal Budget Bliss

I love doing personal budgets, but I know not everyone does. I would start off the project by introducing the topic and explaining what budgets are for those who don't know, then I would move on to why budgets are vitally important when it comes to personal finance. As for the reader creating their own personal budget, I would recommend that they use a spreadsheet, round down their monthly income to an increment ending in 25 ($2000, $2025, $2050, or $2075) to make it easier to do the math. To make budgeting even easier, I would mention rounding up the cost of something to the nearest increment of 25 (If something is $185, then they would round up to $200). Lastly, before the conclusion, I would introduce the 'Doesn't exist pot' where they would put the money rounded down their monthly income from and put it in a separate location. If their monthly income is $3185, and they round down to $3100, then they put that $85 per month in a separate location and they would save $1,020 in a year.

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States •

Customer Ratings: 4

Standard Blog Post $77.50

International Monetary Fund Forecasts Strong Growth But Warns of Risks

A glance at World Economic Outlook for 2018, looking at a forecast of 3.9% globally this year and next, but with longterm risks due to overspending in the US, and high debt levels. I'll touch on international trade policies and per capita growth.

Mabh S

Leeds, England, United Kingdom •

No Ratings

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