Help Wanted: Personal Finance Blogger

Posted on 03. Aug, 2006 by in Site News

helpwanted.jpgHave you ever read something here on BeancounterBlog and thought to yourself, “Hey, I could have done a MUCH better job writing that!” or “Man! I wish Jason would write more about _____.” Well, here’s your chance.

Due to a number of reasons, I will soon have less time to blog than I would like to; however, I don’t want to decrease the number of posts on BeancounterBlog. As you can see, it’s going to be very difficult to do both. In order to continue to bring you quality personal finance-related articles, I’m looking for other writers to help contribute.

What do you get out of it? That’s a great question. Blogging for BeancounterBlog won’t make you rich. I blog because I love to write and love educating people on business and money-related topics. I’m looking for other people who would like to do the same. You’ll get full credit for everything you write of course, and IF BeancounterBlog starts making money in the future, then you’ll also get your fair share of that too. You don’t necessarily have to be a blogger though, or even an “expert” in a finance-related field. If you can write fairly well and enjoy personal finance, then I would encourage you to contact me. My dream of course is to have a good number of writers throwing around ideas and collaborating on post ideas. Hopefully, you can bring your own personal finance experience and “expertise” to the table and make BeancounterBlog the “goto” place for personal finance news, information, and advice.

If you are interested in helping to contribute to BeancounterBlog then simply use the Contact form to send me an email. Please let me know just a little about yourself, what you do, and why you want to write for BeancounterBlog. Also, if you’ve written online or blogged before, please direct me to a few samples of your writing. If you haven’t ever written online before, send me a sample post or two in order to give me a feel for your writing style. That’s it. It’s that simple.

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