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Personal Finance Bloggers
About The Map
I thought it might be useful as a resource for you, the reader, to locate someone in your area in order that you might get a more local personal finance perspective. That’s why I’ve created this map of all the personal finance blogs.
I’m not looking for you to stop reading PT Money. I just thought it might benefit you if you found someone that might be in touch with what’s going on in your area. For instance, it might help to be reading someone that:
- Understands the State/Country laws that are affecting your finances.
- Knows where to find the best deals to help you save money in your area.
- Uses the same regional terminology (slang) as you.
At the end of the day, we bloggers are all just people like you. We all have concerns about what’s going on in our own backyards. Therefore, even if the blogger doesn’t write specifically about his/her local area, they’re going to know about it. And most of us don’t mind receiving an email to discuss local issues or to share our local money saving tips. So go ahead. Find your local blogger and reach out for that local perspective.
Add Your Blog to the Map
Are you a personal finance blogger? Add your blog to the map.
Since our community of personal finance bloggers continues to grow, with new bloggers added all the time, I decided it would be worthwhile (at least somewhat interesting) to map out where all of us are located. Use the map for whatever suits you:
- Satisfy your curiosity. See who blogs from your City, State, or Country.
- Get free promotion for your blog (the marker bubbles contain blog links).
- Connect with pf bloggers who live in your area. Plan a blogger meet-up.
- Develop group writing projects based on geographical region (North vs. South, Canadian perspective, etc.).
- Use the map on your pf blog or network site (see code below).
- Whatever else you can dream up. Get creative.
Important Note: I will use the information you provide to plot your blog, so you can be as anonymous as you’d like.
Adding your personal finance blog to is easy. Simply email my team and I at pt [at] ptmoney [dot] com with the following information:
- Your Blog Name and URL
- Your City (optional)* and State* or Country
*You can use any City or State that you like. It’s up to you. Obviously, if you’re looking for the networking benefits of this map, then you’ll want to use real data. If you leave off the City, I will use the State’s Capital city. Also, unfortunately, the map overlays the marker points for markers in the same city. To remedy this, I may change your city to a suburb of the main city, OR group you with other bloggers in the same city. The information will only be used to plot your point on the map.
Your blog must be a personal finance blog at least one-month-old, publishing regularly.
Get the PF Blogger Map Badge!
Add this code to your blog:
<a href="https://ptmoney.com/personal-finance-bloggers-map/" title="Personal Finance Blogger Map"><img src="https://ptmoney.wpenginepowered.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/pfblogger-map.gif" alt="Personal Finance Blogger Map" style="border:none;" /></a>
The fun doesn’t have to stop here. There are plenty of places online you can check out your favorite personal finance bloggers (and podcasters and Youtubers!):