Ready to revolutionize your business? Advertise with CollectingCents
CollectingCents is all about getting your personal finances in order so that you can enjoy the financial freedom that you deserve. People from around the globe connect with CollectingCents on a daily basis to find better ways to manage their finances, make money, save money, and payoff debt.
Advertising with CollectingCents will allow them to reach and engage with your brand, bringing in new customers for you.
I am always happy to partner with brands that share my vision of delivering great personal finance tips and advice to people everywhere and anywhere!
You can find out more about me here.
Here is a quick view of the demographic CollectingCents reaches:
So, here is what I can help you with:
Creating specialized content for a brand I believe in is what I do best. I am picky about who I work with and always deliver results. You will reach my social media following that includes thousands of people across Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook.
A branded blog post is also something that lives on far longer than just an average social media post. You will be reaching people for months after it is up.
My audience loves saving money and getting their finances in order so a company that can help them do that is a company they will be interested by.
Social Media Avertising
If branded content is not what you are looking for, we can specialize in social media. I am always implementing new ways to rank high on social media and a lot of them work! I optimize my social media and stay on top of any platform changes so you do not have to.
Expand your company's reach with a solid social media campaign.
I started this personal finance blog after being in the freelance business for years and I would like to think I learnt a thing or two about SEO. If you have a solid base and want an awesome article to add to your blog, let's talk!
Here are some articles I have worked on in collaboration with other websites:
+ websites that have mentioned/quoted/interviewed me:
9. How to Cut Expenses in the Age of Pandemic- The Street