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Welcome US News Readers

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It seems some readers are finding their way here from the U.S. News article How to Earn Money from Blogging. I'd like to welcome you.

If you are interested in some of my more popular ideas, see the right column of Most Popular Articles under Highlighted Articles. I haven't written about the topic of blogging recently, but if you liked the US News article, you may be interested on some of my slightly older (and more raw) articles. Specifically, I'd recommend what I've learned by blogging and, if you are interested in giving blogging a try yourself, Advice for New Personal Finance Bloggers (much of it applies to blogging in general, not just personal finance bloggers.)

Of course, if you want to know more or have any questions, leave a comment or Contact Me.  I'm usually very good at getting back to you in a timely manner.  (If I don't, please resend, sometimes I get a little burried in mail.)

Posted on August 20, 2008.

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8 Responses to “Welcome US News Readers”

  1. Robert Barr says:

    Great blog!

    You have a new subscriber. Great blog. Happy I found you in U.S. News.

  2. Congrats on the media coverage Lazy!

  3. Lazy Man,

    Congrats on the media coverage. I am happy you are getting famous.

  4. Moneymonk says:

    Congrats Lazy Man!!!

    My new hero

  5. LC says:

    I’ve been blogging for almost a year now, and have yet to see a cent… :(

  6. Congratulations on the US News mention. Hopefully, it will raise your profile enough to help you earn a few more bucks for your efforts.

  7. Very nice article coverage. 14 hours a day blogging sounds like a full-time job. Are you?

  8. Lazy Man says:

    I think the 14 hours was taken a little out of context. I said that I spend that much time in front of a computer and that it’s hard to separate what is blogging vs. what is simply chatting with friends about the act of blogging.

    On the other hand, I’m going to be away on vacation for 3 weeks and may just log in a 2-3 times a week for an hour at a time – I’ll spend 25-30 hours or so ahead of time preparing content, so visitors won’t notice a very big difference.

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