Wednesday, February 27, 2008

New Blog Feature - Feed Burner

A few very observant readers, may have noticed that a new feature to this blog has been added today and that's Feed Burner which will allow you to track post updates to Savings Savy by a Future Millionaire via email. For the time being I've added this feature at the end of my posts. If only blogger would allow a little more freedom in templates, I'd love to have a right hand column, but for now I can't complain since blogger is free and it works.

Special thanks goes out to Brian for not only suggesting that I add this feature but also for providing the tools necessary to create this feature. Couldn't have asked for anything else!

The reason I started this blog is because I really enjoy the comments and feedback from reads to the bloggers of sites I follow and wanted to have that same type of interaction. Since life is a two way street, if you're going to read and give feedback, I want to provide you the information and tools you want. So if ever there's a feature on this blog you want or a financial topic you want to hear about, drop me an email or leave a comment and I'd be happy to try to provide this for you.

5 comments:

BK Brian said...

BK STAND UP!!! i wish i had your bank that's all i'm saying

i don't even know if i have a banker - i should make a blog to track my adventures w/ ING since i prefer not having a banker but higher interest rates ;)

"Future Millionaire" said...
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"Future Millionaire" said...

@ bk brian -- Hey now - having an awesome banker doesn't necessarily mean lower interest rates. :)

If you do your blog of adventures w/ ING you should also include poor customer service in general. I'm telling you, I don't understand why some people are just so rude. I've always believed that you catch more flies with honey than vinegar but I don't think anyone that works in customer relations gets this concept.

PS Deleted my first comment because I realized a glaring grammar issue -- see I'm getting better.

Anonymous said...

I see that you have your networth on the side of your blog. If your into tracking your networth, check out www.networthiq.com if you haven't seen it. I've seen some other financial blogs out there that have this tool/graph on the side of their blog. I don't work for the website or anything but it's one of the websites I check out daily. Keeps me motivated to increase networth. I'd comment with a screenname but I don't really blog.

Christine

"Future Millionaire" said...

@ Christine - Thanks for the heads up about www.networthiq.com I've seen it on other financial blogs too and tired it briefly. I struggled to get it to organize my data in the way I wanted so I quickly gave up. Although I fully admit I probably didn't put very much effort into (maybe spent about 15 minutes at most). I might go back and try and spend some quality time working with it, after all its the end of the month I've realized I need a new system to track my net worth, my brainstorming was leaning towards an excel spreadsheet. Thanks again Christine for the heads up!

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