When I started No Credit Needed in April of 2005, I intended for this site to be a simple blog – a site where I could track my progress as I paid off my debts. Over the course of the last two and a half years, No Credit Needed has evolved into much more – a place where I can share my own story, link to other sites that I like, and connect with other people interested in personal finance.Â Now, not only do I maintain No Credit Needed, I also publish the NCN Podcast and manage the NCN Network. I want to thank long time readers, listeners, and members for keeping me motivated. If you are a new reader, here are some ways that you can “get the most” out of No Credit Needed.
Subscribe to No Credit Needed:
RSS Feed – Simply add the No Credit Needed feed to your favorite feed reader and you will receive up-to-the-minute updates.
Email Updates – Subscribe by email and you will receive a daily email of the most recent posts from No Credit Needed.
Social Bookmarks – If you find a post that you enjoy, add it to your bookmarks. There are several social bookmarking sites, including Digg, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Technorati, and Delicious. If you use a social bookmarking service, bookmark posts and share them with the world.
Listen to the No Credit Needed Podcast:
NCN Podcast – Visit the NCN Podcast homepage and you can stream recent episodes or listen to archived episodes.
Add the NCN Podcast to Itunes – By adding the podcast to iTunes, you can automatically download the latest episodes.
Add the NCN Podcast RSS Feed to your pod-catcher – If you are not a fan of iTunes, simply add the podcast feed to your pod-catcher.
Visit and/or Join the No Credit Needed Network:
NCN Network – Visit the NCN Network to see over 200 personal finance charts.
Join the NCN Network – If you have a personal finance goal and you would like to share it with the world, join the NCN Network.
NCN Network RSS – Subscribe to the No Credit Needed Network RSS Feed.
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Finally, if you have website and you link to any of my sites, please leave a comment or contact me and let me know. I believe in creating community, and if you’re site meets some very basic requirements, I’ll gladly link-back.
3 thoughts on “How To Get The Most Out Of No Credit Needed”
dude, i just listened to your podcast for the first time today and i enjoyed it a lot. keep up the good work. very fun.
Can a person receive their disability in Costa
Does Costa Rico offer HUD/section 8.
No I have not wrote this before to my knowledge.
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