I have been adding some things to the sidebars and taking some things off. I reduced the number of categories that I post on because when I checked the stats some of the categories only had 4 or 5 posts. I managed to streamline my posting categories and I may cut this down some more in the future.
I have added the John Chow blidget to my site and I am thinking of adding the ProBlogger one in order to help generate some interest in this blog. I may remove the blidgets if I see that they are not benefitting this site in any way at all. I have also updated the links in the blogroll and I may move the NCN badge over to the blogroll section to free up some space in the sidebars.
I am thinking of taking off the ING badge because I have not had any success with it. Although I adore ING and find it very easy to use, they currently have one of the lowest savings rates in the online banking world….so I guess no one wants to sign up as my referral for that. I will still keep my account with them although it is not the primary one that I have.
I will also be taking off the Carnival Of Credit Report stories badge once the carnival posts on February 13th so that will clear up some space in the left sidebar.
I do appreciate any comments, questions or suggestions you have for the look of the blog so you can email me or put it in the comments.
I like the site. If you could let me know how the John Chow blidget does because I was thinking about putting it on my site, but I did not know for sure. His site is awesome, very informative.
If you want to trade links, let me know, I can add you to my blogroll.
Someone I know is looking for a good high-interest online savings account. Which one would you recommend for easy use and high interest/no fees?
Well I am still bragging about ING so they can click on my little orange button and get the referral plus get a $25 bonus for starting up with $250….or no bonus for starting with $1 or more (plus I get a $10 bonus).
But to be perfectly honest emigrant at http://www.emigrantdirect.com has a higher interest rate…so *sigh* I would suggest Emigrant (although I won’t get a bonus for that one grrrrrr.) It has a 5.05% interest rate and was very easy to set up and I funded mine with $1 to open it.
Ok, great. I sent him the link to emigrant.
When I get my emergency fund funded then I will probably start building an online savings acct. I’ll use your ING link when the time comes. I don’t know how long it would be from now though.