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New Blogging Features

​Much of 2015 was spent looking for and updating the blog section of the website. There were two key features I wanted to ensure the new blog component could handle. First it needed to include a biography section in a post, and second I wanted to be able to give registered website users a chance to post their own blog entries.

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Comparison and Visitor Review Features!

Now you can compare credit cards simply with a couple of clicks! Each credit card listing contains a compare button underneath the title. After you click on this button a new window appears at the bottom of the screen.

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A Look Back on My First Year on Twitter

When 2013 began, I set a goal of learning how to use Twitter and gain a better understanding of how the social website works. I started with a simple premise of making at least one tweet or retweet a day, every weekday. I was a total novice, and I first created the account for @CreditCardAssoc in late 2011. I made a couple of tweets, but left it dormant for a year before I figured out how it could be useful for my website.

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The Addition of Citations

In an attempt to foster the spread of knowledge, we will be introducing citations to each of our articles and reviews in the next couple of weeks. We believe that this will not only offer our visitors a greater connectivity with other online resources, but also demonstrate how to use them.

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Review Format Update

Section of ReviewDescription
APR/Fees List the card's current APR (annual percentage rate) and other fees, comparing it to similar cards in the same category
Rewards/Benefits List the rewards and/or bonuses associated with the card
Who This Card Is For We match the customer's needs with the right card, providing our expert opinion on who would benefit most from it
Overall Recommendation We give our final word about the card, answering the questions; “is it worth applying for” or “should I keep looking?”
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