OTTAWA, Nov. 26, 2018 /CNW/ - The Canadian Capitalist started a small financial blog 10 years ago from the downtown area in Ottawa. Since its humble beginnings it has grown to be a considerable go-to destination place for Canadians and their financial needs and information.
In 2009, James Dean, owner of MONEY.CA and Money Magazine looked to grow its online presence and clout to increase attention to its start up full 4 color magazine publication.
CanadianCapitalist.com was a great way to increase attention and awareness to such a cause. MONEY.CA and Money Magazine benefited greatly because of the turnkey success of the widely popular website that caught the attention of Canadian financial consumers, industry professionals and the advisor channel.
The CC website attracted and retained the attention of the exact target market for MONEY Magazine and helped to establish it as going concern amongst great competition. Rogers and other media giants were interested in acquiring the site because of its Canadian financial traffic. Rogers MoneySense magazine stepped up and paid to lease the site to promote their flagship financial magazine for two years.
MoneySense magazine lost interest in both the website and the publication industry. In 2017 Rogers Publication decided to shut down Canadian Business, Profit and MoneySense magazine then decided not to renew their lease with CanadianCapitalist.com for several reasons.
Good news for MONEY Magazine and a great encouragement to take over retail store shelves and online prowess with a bigger and better offering with MONEY.CA and Money Magazine. The Canadian Capitalist is now ripe for renewal with a new logo and an "Out for Business" attitude and once again a shining brand that is ready, willing and able to promote MONEY Magazine in an industry lacking in business, finance, personal finance and financial literacy.
Canadian Capitalist has been recognized by the industry as a top 25 personal finance blog and has reached a threshold of over 150,000 new unique visitors in a one-month period and is very well liked and enjoyed by Canadians with a reasonable following of 10,000 avid Twitter followers.
Help MONEY and the CanadianCapitalist.com be a leader in poverty alleviation and financial literacy for the next 10 years. Congratulations to CC and other like-minded financial blogs in doing the right thing always and for never giving up.
For further information: MONEY.CA, Ottawa, Ontario, 1-800-789-1011