Are There Any Blogs We’ve Missed?
Do you have an FI blog that’s not on our blogroll? Or do you know of a blog that you think should be on the list? Here’s a handy form you can use to suggest a blog to us. We actively encourage blogs in languages other than English!
Please note that on FIREhub we primarily feature blogs that have financial independence and its philosophy as their main theme. Please think carefully before submitting a blog that doesn’t have financial independence as one of its main themes.
To save us all a lot of time in this busy world, we recommend that you read the guidelines below before you suggest a blog to make sure it fits our quality criteria. Please do not e-mail us to ask if we can make an exception to any of these rules for you. We made the rules for a reason and if we make an exception for you, we have to make an exception for everyone and then there’s no point in having the rules in the first place.
Our aim at FIREhub is to maintain a list of the best financial independence blogs, rather than a comprehensive list of all the blogs out there. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of quality criteria.
To be accepted to FIREhub.eu, blogs must:
- be written by someone living in Europe. (You don’t have to be originally from Europe, but you must be living here and write about topics relevant for Europeans.)
- be at least one year oldand active in the last 6 months. (Blogs not active for 6 months will be deleted from FIREhub. Blogs that have been deleted will only be reinstated after they’ve been active again for 6 months.)
- not be geared primarily to making money. (The occasional affiliate link is ok, but the main focus of the blog should be on providing interesting content.)
- present a balanced view, especially for alternative investments such as P2P lending, with critical articles and warnings about due diligence.
If the blog you suggest is accepted, we will list it in the category where we expect it to provide the most value to the FIREhub audience and notify you by e-mail.
***Please note that we are no longer accepting blogs about P2P investing, general investing or personal finance.***