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Where Did You Come From, Where Did You Go (March 2008)

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At the end of every month, I take a look at the source of visitors to Consumerism Commentary, and in March, there were a lot of readers. Thanks to the following websites and blogs, not including RSS readers and social media websites, who sent the most readers this way during the month of March, with their movement on the list from February:

  1. Lifehacker 0
  2. Get Rich Slowly 0
  3. MoneyBlogNetwork +1
  4. Consumerist -1
  5. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity New
  6. The Simple Dollar -2
  7. All Financial Matters +1
  8. Free Money Finance +2
  9. No Credit Needed New
  10. Fabulous Financials -1
  11. Five Cent Nickel New
  12. My Open Wallet New

Here are the top 10 visited articles from the past month, including the last few days of February. 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. Only articles published within the last month are included. The Economic Stimulus Tax Rebate Calculator was still by far the most visited article, but that article was from January.

  1. Airborne to Pay $23.3 Million for False Advertising
  2. Economic Stimulus Rebate Schedule: When You’ll Receive Your Rebate
  3. How to Get Money Back From Airborne
  4. 8 Benefits to a Recession or Down Market
  5. Your Food Pantry is an Essential Part of Your Emergency Fund
  6. Is it Better to Receive a Tax Refund or Owe the IRS?
  7. 15 Families Hit Hard Recently: Time to Adjust Expectations?
  8. W-4 and Your Working Spouse (by Smithee)
  9. Turbo Charge Your Financial Transformation (by Father Sez)
  10. Too Cheap for iPhone or Blackberry, But I Got My Mobile Web Access (by Sasha)

Updated January 9, 2018 and originally published March 27, 2008.

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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I came here from a reference from It was in one of the comments. I like that site, and this one too!


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