Moving My Sub-Domain Blog To Add-On Domain

Monday, June 21, 2010, PM | Leave Comment

I have been blogging about personal finance and its related subjects since October 2008. So it has been well over a year-and-a-half of posting – well over 650 – to my blog.

I started blogging initially to share my own thoughts and beliefs, especially as an immigrant.

Folks’ ways of doing things in the old country handling their finances are quite different than what is normal and everyday practice in the Western World in general and the United States in particular [read using credit of all sorts.]

One very important difference back there is, folks use cash even when they do transactions in millions.

What they do is the buyer and the seller both go to either one’s bank. The transaction is made by the bank right there and then. No credit, no debt. No nothing.

If you have not enough money in the bank for the transaction, it is never done. That’s how properties of millions of dollars are bought and sold, not to mention cars, businesses, and other such entities of greater value. It’s pure cash, I would say in at least 99% of such transactions.

Anyway, coming back to the business of blogging. In the beginning my main purpose was to share information and in the process help those who have problems with budgeting and the consequent creation of debt in folks’ financial life.

However, now I have come to a stage – with more than 650 posts on a variety of subjects – and still getting page rank as 1, that I should change my tactics and concentrate on Internet Marketing of my blog.

I have written on SEO topic and have covered quite a few things and transformed my blog in action as well so that my blog can benefit from my own advice to others.



 

 

 

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