20 Dec Soul Finance Group’s 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2018
Take a look at our 10 most popular blogs in 2018.
We’re a matter of days away from 2019, but let’s not hop on to that just yet. December is a great time to look back at the previous months and take stock of what truly resonated with our readers. Many online publications have compiled their best-of lists for 2018, and we want to get in on the action. So we took a look at which articles on Soul Finance Group blog were most popular this year.
Here are the 10 blog posts that made the cut:
Celebrating Australia Day has been a tradition amongst Aussie people and they sure constantly look for ways to commemorate it. In this post, we listed ways on how to maximise it including the good ol’ BBQ party.
Juggling debts can be tricky, and time and time again, we always advice our clients (especially if it works in their financial situation) to consolidate their debts. Doing so could make it easier to manage and potentially save them money on interest.
This is a pretty sentimental entry for me as it was very personal and I showed a vulnerable side of me. This blog aimed to become relatable to my audience (working mums specifically) who are struggling to keep it together. It was also written in honour of the Women’s Month so I figured why not create something that will resonate with them.
Not everyone is well-versed in the finance industry. As a Finance broker, part of my job is educating my clients about what they need to know in regards to their finance. Every month, there’s always news about the RBA and how it can affect a homeowner’s loan. I thought of dedicating a post explaining it so they are well-informed and know what the next steps they can do.
In this blog post, I shared with my clients how they can talk to their lender and why they need to do so. A lot of homeowners might be intimidated by the idea of talking to their lender, but it doesn’t have to be. With the help of their trusted Finance broker, I highly encourage them to call their bank and see if they can haggle for a better deal.
I launched a series this year called “The Illuminate Series” where I feature one Perth-based small business monthly. My goal is to highlight these small businesses and encourage readers to take the plunge if they have dreams of starting on their own.
This is the 2nd entry for the series I started last September. I tried to introduce to the audience each small business via questions I asked them. One of the constant question I always include is this: “The future ahead of you is dark. You are holding a ‘magic light bulb’ which has the power to illuminate any part in your future. (means you can take a peek of your future 😉) What part are you seeing?” The answers are interesting and inspiring!
This was a bit fun to write since I could also use the apps myself. A lot of us are looking for ways to make our lives a little easier so these finance apps are a huge help!
I won’t grow tired supporting my fellow girlbosses especially in my local community! Hence, I made this a part of my blog entries where I personally recommend small businesses in Perth where people can get their Holiday presents from. Turns out people loved the post!
The 2018 top most read blog post on Soul Finance Group! This post shared some simple and efficient ways in purchasing your very first own home. The process can be really overwhelming and complicated especially for first timers and my job is to help them with that.
Those are the top 10! Excited for what 2019 will bring! In the meantime, Soul Finance Group will continue to offer you informative and educational content related to anything mortgage and finance. Happy New Year!
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