Each month, I close out by sharing with you the most popular posts of the month based on readership.
I’m particularly proud of the last three weeks at Fiscal Fizzle, where traffic has increased to steady levels I have not seen before. It’s encouraging to see that so many of you are finding my material useful.
As always, I encourage you to take advantage of using my site feed to keep in touch with my newest content. It’s completely free. You can grab by site’s RSS feed for your reader, or sign up for emails. I can also be reached on Twitter on a regular basis.
The Best of July
July was a particularly special month in my life, as I shared the news that my wife and I were expecting our first child. It makes everything we do so much more meaningful.
The five posts, published in July, that received the most traffic were:
- 17 Tips for Recession Job Hunting
- 5 ways Vegetarianism Can Save You Money
- Why Reading Personal Finance Blogs is Good For You
- 6 Financial Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs
And as always, I would like to extend a special thanks to the following blogs for sending traffic my way:
I would like to make particular mention of Tip’d this month, a site I don’t usually include in these summaries because it is not a blog. It is, however, one of my best referrers, and a fantastic site to find the best personal finance articles on the web. I strongly encourage you check it out.
6 Months of Blogging
Today marks the 6-month anniversary of Fiscal Fizzle. Where has the time gone?
Over the last six months, I’ve published 145 posts, hoping each new effort would be even better than the last. What’s made it all worthwhile is the extraordinary community I’ve become a part of.
We can learn from one another – blogs prove it every single day.
So thank you – thank you for making my life just a little more special and letting me into yours.
Here are the top posts over the last six months from Fiscal Fizzle:
- 4 Unexpected Expenses You Can Count On
- 7 Ways to Stop Eating Out From Killing Your Budget
- Is It Better for One or Both Parents to Work?: The Verdict Is In
- How to Handle a Pay Cut (Financially Speaking)
Until February, when we celebrate an entire productive year together!
I value the input of my readers more than any other expert advice. What do you like about my blog? What do you think I can focus on over the next six months? Please share your thoughts in the comments…