As online learning and development continues to be of vital importance for many of our sector professionals, there’s never been a better moment to spend some time further building your knowledge and skillset to make sure you stay ahead of industry trends.
And, following on from our list of the best industry-focused podcasts you must subscribe to, a great way to keep track of all-things finance is to make sure you’re aware of some of the most tuned-in bloggers – particularly their social media channels and websites.
4 finance bloggers to follow:
- Be Clever with your cash
- Sarah Pennells
- Skint Dad
- Rich Fenton
1. Be clever with your cash
Established by award-winning blogger – and self-confessed ‘money geek’ – Andy Webb, he provides specialist advice to help others manage their cash flow.
Although he speaks primarily about personal finance, it’s still important to tap into how he engages his audience and what topics he discusses so you’re up to speed with what customers are interacting with. If you’re on Twitter, head to @AndyCleverCash for the latest updates as well as his website.
2. Sarah Pennells
As a journalist and broadcaster, Sarah has a laser beam focus on what’s happening in the world of finance, and her website, Savvy Woman, is also geared towards a female audience.
Her wealth of industry knowledge means you’ll have access to a range of thought leadership features and advice-led pieces on cash flow developments to make sure you’re getting the most relevant guidance. If you’re on LinkedIn, connect with Sarah.
3. Skint Dad
A personal favourite of ours for the brand name alone, founders Ricky and Naomi Willis bring together a range of topical information to guide families with their cashflow matters.
It’s all about saving, making and managing your money with the help of this dynamic duo. Make sure you hit the like and follow buttons on this blogger’s Instagram and other social channels.
4. Rich Fenton
A ‘debtbuster’ for more than 20 years, Rich has been helping individuals and businesses to get a better grip on their finances, particularly during Covid-19.
As well as developing growth strategies for several organisations spanning a wealth of sectors, he’s advised major UK banks, and regularly contributes articles to the trade press on issues covering debt recovery and the credit crunch. Make sure you follow him on Twitter by searching for @RichFenton.