Saying Thanks to my Sponsors

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After signing up with Text Link Ads (aff) and installing their ad codes, I've successfully signed up one sponsor two weeks into the program. I want to say thanks to Second Mortgage Outlet.

Second Mortgage Outlet About Us Page

Second Mortgage Outlet is a financing group made up of established lenders who provide online second mortgages, home loans and refinancing products to consumers online. We are dedicated to making life easier for homeowners who can benefit from our secondary financing solutions. Our customers keep returning to us online because of our automated loan engine and the many years of experience that our loan officers and mortgage lenders possess working in the mortgage industry. We help borrowers get the best second mortgages, one loan at a time. Let Second Mortgage Outlet help you find the loan you have been so valiantly searching for online. (Source: SMO)

Their website is a great resource for information on mortgages, home equity loans, and refinancing for home owners. Here are a few worthy reads from their site:

If you subscribed to the Investor Trip RSS Feed, then you have probably already seen a few of my Feedvertising RSS ads.

My two RSS sponsors are: and Grand Bahamas.

Measured Up is a mix of and put together. Users review products or services, and share them with other Measured Up members. I like reading the short reviews because you can read a lot of different opinions in a short amount of time. Unlike Amazon reviews that tend to be lengthy, this review on Verizon's customer service is short and straight to the point.

Grand Bahamas offers luxurious vacations to the Island of the Bahamas, of course. Since I don't plan on visiting the Bahamas anytime soon, I get my fix by enjoying the beautiful pictures.

Bahamas beach photo

Why should you visit my sponsors? Because they pay for my Godaddy domain name, MySQL server usage, and Dreamhost web hosting. Owning a blog is just like running a business. There are fixed and variable costs involved that need to be paid on a monthly basis. Being the broke college student that I am, I graciously thank my sponsors for covering my overhead costs.

Besides, I've already got student loans to worry about.

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