Each month, I take a look at the source of visitors to Consumerism Commentary. While an increasing number of readers use RSS (subscription options) to stay up-to-date and I can’t always see where everyone is coming from, I can thank other blogs or websites that have sent visitors our way. Not including search engines, RSS readers, and social link sharing websites, the following sent the most visitors to Consumerism Commentary during December, according to the statistics tracked:
# Get Rich Slowly
# The Simple Dollar
# Free Money Finance
# No Credit Needed
# Blueprint for Financial Prosperity
# Five Cent Nickel
# My Open Wallet
# Lazy Man and Money
Here are the top 10 visited articles from the past month, including the last few days of November. This only counts web visitors to each page; I don’t have any way of knowing how many people have read these articles via RSS.
# 8 Tips for an Unsuccessful Office Holiday Party
# Overspending for the Kids
# Compact Fluorescent to Become Mainstream
# 3 Things You Need to Know Before Giving to Charity
# Retirement Income Rule of Thumb Debunked
# Livin’ it Up in Philly: Young Couple Charged With Identity Theft
# 2008 Roth IRA: Lump Sum or Dollar Cost Average?
# $1,000,000 in Pennies in New York City
# The New Quicken Online: A New Direction for Money Management
# State Farm to Pay Dividend to NJ Policyholders
Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published December 29, 2007. 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.