This was a fantastic year for Consumerism Commentary. Readership has grown by 10% since 2009, and I’m happy with these results considering the website has been around since 2003. There are many readers who were with Consumerism Commentary since its start — thank you! And for those who may be new to Consumerism Commentary, welcome. I hope we continue to have something to offer anyway. I’m always open to suggestions, so contact us if you have something to share.
Some of my best ideas come from readers, so if you have a personal experience to share, let me know.
Here are a few articles I’ve selected to represent Consumerism Commentary’s best in 2010.
Best of Consumerism Commentary, 2010
- Treat Your Employer How it Treats You
- Realistic Expectations for Making Money Through Blogging
- How to Handle Requests for Financial Advice
- When Your Friends Become Social Sellers and Multi-Level Marketers
- 10 Ways to Boost Your Human Capital
- Automation Moderation: Don’t Let the Machines Control Your Money!
- Getting a Better and Cheaper Shave
- How I Earn Side Income From (Mostly) Blogging
- Should We Discourage Some Students From Attending College?
- The Quest for a Balanced Life
- Pet Ownership: A Financial and Emotional Responsibility
- Is a Graduate Degree Worthwhile or Worthless?
- 6 Money and Life Lessons From the Chilean Miners
- Your Opinion: Is Debt Slavery?
- Frugality is Bad for the Economy
- Life After Salary: Structure and Motivation
- Is it Time to Buy a House?
Thanks to all the guests who appeared on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast in 2010. Some of my favorites were Manisha Thakor, Get Financially Naked, David Bach, Start Over, Get Rich, J.D. Roth, Your Money the Missing Manual, frugal photography, Donna Freedman, microsaving, Ramit Sethi, earning more money, Zac Bissonnette, Debt-Free U, Kimberly Palmer, Generation Earn, and Farnoosh Torabi, Psych Yourself Rich.
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Updated June 24, 2016 and originally published January 2, 2011. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.