I’m Running Out of Blog of the Week Candidates!

It’s getting more and more difficult for me to find Blog of the Week candidates! I normally try to “stock up” on ideas but I haven’t come up with any ideas lately. If you’re a blogger and you have come across a blog that you think is Blog of the Week material, please send me an email (my email address is located at the top left-hand side of this blog) with the “Blog of the Week Candidate” in the subject line and let me know about it. Tell me the name and url of YOUR blog as well as the name and URL of the blog you are submitting. If I use your suggestion, I’ll give you and your blog credit.

PLEASE resist the urge to promote your own blog!

15 thoughts on “I’m Running Out of Blog of the Week Candidates!”

  1. I’m a big fan of Bank Deals Blog (www.bankdealsblog.com), which is easily the most comprehensive (and regularly updated) list of CD rates, money market rates, and checking account deals anywhere on the Internet, except maybe the Fat Wallet forums. Credit Union Deals (www.credituniondeals.com) is a similar, good website, but it’s obviously more focused.

    In personal financial advice blogs, I like Endless Gibberish (www.endlessgibberish.com) and…well, um, actually, it looks like the rest of my suggestions have already been BotWs, so never mind.

  2. I write okdork.com and work for Mint Software. We just launched mymint.com/blog, yes shameless plug. I can’t help it but my boss might buy me a Jamba Juice for this:)

    The blog is focused on interviewing personal finance bloggers and their feelings around personal finance software while we work on creating our free software.

  3. I like it’s just money blog because it has so many links to people’s blogs. I also like franky the financial atheist because it’s a very interesting religious twist.

  4. I absolutely concur with Matthew Prins suggestion about bankdeals. I only just recently found it and think it’s outstanding. Another new one I’ve been reading is Crazy Money (http://crazy-money.blogspot.com/). He’s definitely oriented to building wealth, but also has no qualms about spending ~$49,000 for a new car. His style makes for an entertaining read.

  5. Great blog. I have started a blog for investing in Australia (I am from there, now living in the USA).

    Your writing is great and love the content.

    Cheers,
    Andy

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