The Top Ten Personal Finance Bloggers And Money Experts To Follow On Google Plus

by Hank Coleman

Personal finance bloggers on Google PlusAre you using Google Plus (Google+)? I think that the jury is still out because we are all so engrained in our existing social networks of Twitter and Facebook and entrenched. This platform and medium has got to be a very hard thing to break into with high barriers to entry. But, nevertheless, there are some great personal finance bloggers, money experts, and entrepreneurs who are out there doing some awesome things on Google Plus that you should be following.

The Best People To Follow On Google Plus

Pete from Bible Money Matters – Pete is all over the place with his awesome blog, Bible Money Matters, and he is constantly Tweeting and talking about great money articles and tips on Google + that you would definitely find interesting.

Jeff Rose from Good Financial Cents – Jeff is one of the hardest working Certified Financial Planners that I have ever met. His blog, Good Financial Cents, is a great resource if you are looking for great quality money advice directly from a financial planner and the items that he shares on Google Plus is perfect  to help you learn about your finances.

Miranda Marquit from Planting Money Seeds – If you read anything personal finance related on the internet, I almost guarantee that you have read Miranda’s work. She’s everywhere in the PF blogosphere, and she’s a very frequent poster on Google Plus. You can also find her finally writing for herself too on her blog, Planting Money Seeds.

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Ken Faulkenberry from AAAMP Finance Blog – Ken is a great financial planner who provides a wealth of knowledge on his investment management company’s blog, AAAMP Finance Blog, which focuses on ideas and concepts that will improve the skill of investors who manage their own money. Ken focuses on risk adverse value investing strategies with an emphasis on proper asset allocation and diversification, investment planning, and risk management.

Glen Craig from Free From Broke – Glen is another prolific user of Google Plus. He’s on there all the time sharing some great articles from around the blogosphere that we all should be checking out from some great personal finance writers. Glen writes about taking back control of your finances and getting out of debt on his awesome blog, Free From Broke.

Forest Parks from Frugal Zeitgeist – Forest runs a great blog, Frugal Zeitgeist, about living the frugal life. I think that he has adapted to the new life of using Google Plus more than almost any other personal finance blogger out there.

Laura Adams from the podcast Money Girl’s Quick And Dirty Tips – Laura Adams is the author of the book, Money Girl’s Smart Moves to Grow Rich. She also hosts the incredible Money Girl Podcast which has been downloaded over 10 million timesand blogs at or on iTunes.

Pinyo from Moolanomy – Pinyo writes at Moolanomy which is a personal finance online magazine that incorporates current events with sound financial information to provide articles to help you improve your finances and your life.

Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income Blog – Pat Flynn is an incredible professional blogger who is all over the internet with is on iPhone app, incredible podcast, and blog. He’s a remarkable internet marketer!

Gary Vaynerchuk – If you do not know  how awesome I think that Gary Vay-Ner-Chk is than we can’t be friends anymore. He has more heart, passion, and energy than anyone I have ever met. Just listening to him speak is inspiring, and his books like Crush It are incredible. You definitely need to check him out, follow on Google Plus, and pick up a copy of Crush It!

Did I forget any financial bloggers that you love to follow on Google Plus? I’m sure that i did. There are a lot of great bloggers out there doing a lot of awesome things, passing on great advice and tips, and holding some amazing giveaways to their readers. I tried to stick to the people who post on Google + with some consistency and provide some great ideas and dialogue that we can all learn and grow from.

Be sure to check me out on Google Plus and add me and Money Q&A to your circle!

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About Hank Coleman

Hank Coleman is the founder of Money Q&A, an Iraq combat veteran, a Dr. Pepper addict, and a self-proclaimed investing junkie. He has written extensively for many nationally known financial websites and publications. Hank holds a Master’s Degree in Finance and a graduate certificate in personal financial planning. Email him directly at Hank[at]

Hank Coleman has written 582 articles on Money Q&A. Learn more about Money Q&A on Twitter @MoneyQandA and @HankColeman.

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{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Money Beagle

Heard about Google Plus but honestly have never been on. Just one more thing to suck time that I don’t have, LOL. The list does have some great bloggers. Thanks for sharing.



Thanks for including me in the list Hank!


Laura Adams

Hi, Hank – I’m honored to make your top 10 list!


Adam Hathaway

I love Google +. Hank have you created a Personal Finance circle? If so why dont you post a link to share your circle. It is a great feature and would allow all your readers to add your PF contacts all in one wack.


Elizabeth @ Simple Finance

Just switched over to Google+, and am expanding my reader list. It’s actually really user friendly, once you get used to it. I was thrilled to see that I’m already following 8 out of your 10 suggestions, and am about to go check out the two I’m not!



I’ve tried making my own account on Google+ but I can’t seem to update it from time to time due to work. Nevertheless, I would love to follow those bloggers and see what’s in store for me from them. Thanks!


Ken Faulkenberry

Thank you for including me Hank. I am honored to be named with these titans of personal finance!


Robert @ The College Investor

Great list, I follow many of those on G+ as well.


Glen Craig

Thanks so much for including us! I love how easy it is to share and start a discussion on G+. I hope more people take advantage of it.


Stephanie @ Empowered Dollar

Alright, alright… you’ve convinced me to at least check out G+ 😛


SB @ One Cent at a Time

good list, I follow most of them personally. Good company!



Thanks for including me! And great list 🙂


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