Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Episode 1: Interview with Jonathan of MyMoneyBlog

The first episode of the Money Blogger Podcast is released today. Jonathan from MyMoneyBlog ( has joined me to discuss what blogging has done for his finances, as well as mention some of the books and bloggers he likes best. Be sure to visit Jonathan's blog where he shares tips on using 0% credit card offers to your advantage, and offers comparisons of online banking options.

  • click here to listen to episode 1

  • Here are some important links for the show:

    Jonathan's Blog:
    Book recommendations:
    The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
    A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton G. Malkiel
    Recommended blog: Jonathan calls him "the grandfather of personal finance blogs"

    Post your comments and let me and Jonathan know what you thought of the show!


    Blogger ~Dawn said...

    Ummm.... I can be dense at times, but where do I go to listen to it? Is there a link I'm not seeing?

    4:28 AM  
    Blogger Scott said...

    Here's the URL for the RSS feed: . I've also now added this to the top of the blog and to the link section.

    I'm trying to find a better way to present or link to the mp3 on this blog but I haven't figured that out yet.

    Another easy way to listen (without subscribing via a podcatcher) is to go to Yahoo Podcasts at and do a podcast search for MONEY BLOGGER PODCAST . You should get a hit for episode 1, with buttons for downloading or listening.

    5:06 PM  
    Blogger Michael said...

    Absolutely tremendous idea you've got here.

    I've been putting off "getting into" podcasts (like I need something ELSE to suck up my time!), but now you're going to force my hand. :)

    I'm looking forward to your content!

    6:49 PM  
    Blogger JLP said...

    Interesting idea. I hope it's a success.



    6:51 PM  
    Blogger Seattle Simplicity said...

    I've just taken the time to listen to several of your interviews and they are fantastic! I am anxiously awaiting your future interviews.

    8:33 PM  

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