An Unconventional Guide to Paying for College

Joining the Yakezie Challenge!

For a long time I have seen these Yakezie badges on personal finance sites that I visit. I always thought it was someĀ form of advertising and never gave it a second thought. I honestly don’t remember which site I was on when my curiosity got the best of me, but I clicked through to see what it was all about.

What I found blew me away.

The concept behind Yakezie, is that personal finance bloggers can actually work together towards the common goal of spreading the positive message of good personal finance skills, and also to get our website Alexa rating below 200K.

Your website Alexa ranking is a measure of the traffic that visits your site. The lower your ranking, the more traffic your site receives (Google and Facebook are at the front, and we all fall in somewhere after them).

Yakezie is primarily a community. Personal finance bloggers from around the world can compete in a 6 month challenge to get our Alexa ranking below the 200K mark.

So today, I am officially joining this challenge!

Over the next 6 months, I plan to work as hard as I possibly can to get my blog below the 200k alexa ranking. I know that I have some great information to share on this blog, and I hope that you will join with me in supporting this site, and spreading the word to your friends, if you found some helpful information here.

As always, if you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to contact me, through our contact page!

Cheers,

 

STRONGside

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