As Niecy Nash of Clean House would say, “today is reveal day”. Last week I wrote about purchasing an existing domain name, and some of you were wondering if I was going to share it. Well, what’s the purpose of having a new website/domain name if you’re not going to invite visitors?

So, I’d like to introduce my new website, which is actually a new blog, Top Finance Blog. The name pretty much says it all, but to add a little bit to the mix, the subtitle of the blog pretty much tells what it’s all about: Financial news, information and commentary. Of course, some of you may wonder just what the heck I know about finances, and if you’re basing it on my November report, I could see why.

My main qualifications are that I’ve been an independent businessman for over 7 years (which means I don’t work for the man; I AM the man! 🙂), I read a lot about financial types of things, and I not only like discerning information, but I like talking about it as well. Truthfully, there’s a lot I don’t know, which is why I’ll be learning along with you, if you decide to subscribe to the blog or check it out from time to time. And any advertising on that site, other than my Adsense link that will be added soon enough (you may see it by the time you read this), will be related to finance in some fashion, as you can see by the first ad on the site, someone you know I believe in, FreeCreditReport.com. So, this means it’s a niche blog, of course.

I hope you visit the site, like the look of the site, and enjoy, so to speak, what you read there. Except for Justin’s posts, the guy I bought it from with the MBA in finance, I hope to make what’s printed there easily understood. I hope I understand it also; welcome!

Intuit QuickBooks 2009 Pro with Enhanced Payroll (up to 3 employees) - Financial Management - Complete Product - Standard - 1 User - Retail - PC

Intuit QuickBooks 2009 Pro with Enhanced Payroll (up to 3 employees) – Financial Management – Complete Product – Standard – 1 User – Retail – PC

Price – $241.72








Digiprove sealCopyright secured by Digiprove © 2012 Mitch Mitchell
Share on Google+0Share on LinkedIn0Tweet about this on Twitter0Share on Facebook0