Paid Blogging Position – PFBloggers

If you are a current personal finance blogger, I have some news that may be quite interesting to you. I am leaving my paid personal finance blogging position at the end of this month and they are looking for someone to replace me. I’m leaving because of time – with all the other projects I have going I just don’t have an hour or so a day to do the job correctly. I actually enjoyed it quite a bit and if time currently wasn’t an issue, I certainly wouldn’t be leaving. It would be a wonderful and fun opportunity for the correct person (it has been for me) and you’ll learn a lot from the editor that you’ll be working for/with.

The writer/editor position is

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5 Responses to Paid Blogging Position – PFBloggers

  1. Andy says:

    Hi Jeff,

    I sent an e-mail over to mbweinstein@gmail.com. A personal recommendation would always be welcome :) I currently run http://www.rawgreed.com a stock blog with coverage from the Wall Street Journal Online and a Google Page Rank of 5. I’m interested in writing about personal finance. I would love to jump right in.

    Best of luck with your writing in the future,

    Andy

  2. MoneyDummy says:

    I imagine that you probably can’t tell us what site it is, or you would have included it in your original post, but it would be nice to know what kind of content they appreciate. There’s a broad range of topics that fall under the “pfblogging” umbrella, and it’d be nice to know exactly where under the umbrella the blog stands so that we know whether to spend time applying.

  3. makingourway says:

    Jeff,

    What kind of compensation could we expect?

    Thanks.

    makingourway

  4. pfadvice says:

    Don’t think he wants me talking about that publicly, but it’s fair – otherwise I wouldn’t have been willing to do it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi Jeff

    Spotted this on your site, have sent in an email; let’s see how it goes. If it works out, should help on the “million in your spare time” challenge!

    Thanks for sharing this – best wishes for whatever else you’re going to be doing.

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