Possibly the Last Post on the Cash Dad?
I’ve had a great run. I’ve published over a hundred posts; 109 to be exact. But I think it might be time to move on to other things. I hope you’ve enjoyed the blog, and most, if not all, the things I’ve written about. Without readers I’d just be yelling into an empty room. I know some of you have read every one of those 109 posts. And for that I sincerely thank you. Thanks for listening, and thanks for just being there.
Helping others achieve financial peace and stability is important to me. But I’m not a marketer, and most of the work pertaining to running a successful blog involves marketing the content. Social media is a drain on my time and energy. And I’m not willing to sacrifice my time for that.
While I didn’t always get the number of pageviews, sessions, and visitors that some of the other, bigger blogs did, I’m happy for those who did take time out of their busy schedule to read my articles. In my eyes, this was, and is a successful blog. I was able to get my ideas out there. And it was a creative outlet for me.
But as Kenny Rogers says, “You got to know when to walk away, you got to know when to run.” For me, and the Cash Dad, I think it’s time to walk away . . . at least for now. Who knows what the future will hold . . .
Thank you for reading and sharing my content. I appreciate you the reader more than you probably know, and I hope you find what you’re looking for. If there’s anything I can do to help, you can always drop me a line at “email@example.com”. And while I may not be still writing articles for the Cash Dad, I’ll still answer to the “Cash Dad” from those who know me best.
Thanks, and so long . . .