As some of you know, Free Money Finance hosts a March Money Madness each year. 64 blog posts from about 55 blogs (some blogs get two entries for their performance in the Best of Money Carnival) compete in a bracket style contest to see which blog post is the best of the year. Readers vote on each ‘game’ and the winner moves on to the next round.
Last year, I entered but was promptly beaten in the first round. This year, I came back for revenge, hoping to cinderella my way to the later rounds. My first matchup was this Monday (through Wednesday), when my post Why You Should Donate More Money to Charity went up against Free From Broke’s I’m Sick Of Hearing It’s For the Kids.
Well, guess what? I got some huge support from all of you and won! Free From Broke is an awesome site and his post was actually really good, but you helped propel me into the second round.
I can see in the comments which of you voted for me, and I just want to say thank you! It definitely doesn’t go unnoticed. I encourage you all to take a look at the other games going on in round 1 and vote for the posts you like best. And if you want to stay in the loop and be on my list of people I email alerting them when my next matchup comes, just sign up for email updates (or contact me letting me know you want in)
If that reading isn’t enough, take a look at some other posts from around the Personal Finance world:
Buy Like Buffett is giving you a chance to win an iPad, Amazon gift cards, or a Starbucks card!
Kevin at Thousandaire is giving away an Amazon Gift card for hitting a big milestone
Studenomics tells us how to have a killer business lunch
Crystal at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff asks: Would You Like to Buy a $75,000 Ford Expedition?
Over at Own the Dollar, we learn how to get interest working for you instead of others
30 Year Mortgages are for Suckers! (via Yes I am Cheap)
How to Avoid Being Ripped Off by Taxi Drivers (via Wandering Earl)
Why I Would Never Recommend 1&1 as a Web Host Provider (via Out of Debt Again)
Five Ways to Improve Your P2P Investment (via Investor Junkie)
Refund Anticipation Loan? (via PF Firewall)
Carnivals I Participated In:
Finance Blog Carnival