Month in Review: April 2008

by Kevin on May 3, 2008

Overview

April was my second really good month for No Debt Plan. Thanks to my article about using a Roth IRA to retire with $1,000,000 getting popular on Stumble Upon, I saw another rush of visitors. I didn’t quite beat March’s visitors number, but I’m still very happy overall.

The Monthly Stats (vs. 1 month ago):

  • Posts: 51 vs. 43 (18.6% increase)
  • Comments/Pingbacks: 175 vs 103 (69.9% increase)
  • Visits: 6,578 vs. 7,369 (10.73% decrease)
  • Page Views: 10,014 vs.9,636 (3.92% increase)
  • RSS Subscribers: 112 vs. 75 (49.33% increase)

I’m very happy with 6,500 coming to visit this blog in the past month… that is over 200 per day. The number I am most happy with is the RSS subscribers. Let’s keep up that growth!

Popular in April:

These posts were popular this past month:

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What’s Coming in May:

  • Continuation of the No Debt Plan series (I have slacked off on this and plan to knock out the next two steps this month.)
  • More green house/living articles
  • A few more Dumb Money articles

Thanks!

Thanks for making this blog the success it is thus far. You’re helping me live out something I truly enjoy doing. If you enjoy this blog, the honest to goodness best thing you can do for me is to e-mail five of your friends and tell them about this blog. Here’s a quick e-mail you could send:

Hey! I’ve discovered a new blog that I enjoy reading and thought you might, too. The blog is No Debt Plan and the author focuses on helping people get and stay out of debt. Why don’t you take a look, or try subscribing to the RSS feed?

Or something like that (maybe that was a bit cheesy for you). And hey, if you’re feeling generous, tell more than five friends!

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