Frugal Hacks

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Though a blog focusing on, you guessed it, frugal hacks, is best known for its blogroll.


The FH blogroll is feed-based. Therefore, when a blog updates, it moves to the top of the list. Members can either put the blogroll on their site or the Frugal Hackers badge.

You are eligible to join if your blog focuses on frugal living, finding deals, spending less, or getting more for your money. However, your blog must also be clean and family-friendly, it doesn't have to be exclusively about frugality but with a frugal emphasis,

To join, add the Blogroll Code or the Badge Code to your site and then use the form at the bottom of this page on Frugal Hacks to notify the administrator to be added to the list.

Blogroll Code

Use this code to display the frugal blogroll on your site. The first line of the code is optional.

<p class="sideheader">Frugal Blogroll</p> <a href=""> **join here**</a> <script src="" language="javascript" type="text/javascript"> </script>

Badge Code

Or, if you don't have space for an entire blogroll, you can also put the Frugal Hackers badge on your site, with a link back to the blogroll.

Instead of adding the entire blogroll, members now have the option of adding the Frugal Hacks badge with a link back to the blogroll. You can use the code below as is, or upload the image yourself and replace the image src=”http…” with a url of your own.

<a href=""><img src="" /></a>

About the Blog

Blog Title: Frugal Hacks

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Blogger name(s)/Alias(es): group blog, founded by Kim C of Life in a Shoe. Other regulars are Amy Allen Clark of, Crystal of Biblical Womanhood, Janel Messenger of Pearls, Meredith of Like Merchant Ships and anyone can submit a frugal hack

Blog start date: July 5, 2007

About the Blog:

Approx post frequency: daily

Blog Categories (on this wiki): Frugal Bloggers

Specializations: cheerful frugality, coupons/deals, entertainment, money-saving hacks, out of the box frugality

This article is based on an article from Finwikian, available under the GFDL, content later converted into CC-BY-SA.