First of all, I sincerely apologize for the lack of posts. I've had a lot going on in my real life lately and it has not left much time to address the blog. I'd much rather focus on quality rather than quantity.

As I've mentioned before, I have no plans to stop blogging and once things slow down a bit, I plan to get back to my regular 3+ a week posting schedule. Thanks in advance for sticking with me.


What happened with the blog during the month of March?


RSS Subscribers:
989 on February 28, 2009

1068 on March 31, 2009

8% increase


Site Visitors:

February 12,424

March 12,339

.007 % decrease


Top 10 Blogs Sending Traffic to SingleGuyMoney:

1. Wisebread

2. My Money Blog

3. Fabulous Financials

4. My Dollar Plan
5. Money Ning
6. Frugal Dad
7. Moolanomy

8. Cash Money Life

9. Budgets Are Sexy

10. Paid Twice


Top 5 Most Popular Posts:

1. I Don't Make Enough to Save Money

2. Operation Repo

3. More Money In Your Paycheck
4. Most Reliable Used Cars

5. Interesting Phone Call From My Tenant




6 comments

  1. chrissred // April 5, 2009 at 10:09 PM  

    hi there! your blog is very informative, you're doing a great job. i'm a frequent visitor to your blog and just got the time to leave a comment now. btw,we have the same goals about the mortgage thing =) wish you well!

  2. Baker @ Man Vs. Debt // April 6, 2009 at 8:42 AM  

    Congratulations on increasing to over 1000 subscribers, even on a self-proclaimed "down-month"!

    I enjoy the site!

  3. MoneyEnergy // April 6, 2009 at 1:43 PM  

    congrats.... especially on continuing to grow your subscriber feed. I'm not sure what's happening to RSS now with the rise of twitter, where it's easier to follow people. During March I grew my twitter list nicely, but not the RSS.

    It will be good to see some more posts and updates from you - maybe tell us a bit what you were up to!

  4. Harrison // April 8, 2009 at 12:09 AM  

    Great job on having so many subscribers. How long have you been working on your site?

  5. SingleGuyMoney // April 8, 2009 at 7:49 AM  

    @chrissred: Glad you enjoy the blog and thanks for visiting.

    @Baker: Thanks for reading the blog.

    @MoneyEnergy: Thanks for reading the blog.

    @Harrison: Thanks. I've been blogging since June 2007.

  6. Steve Borgman // April 9, 2009 at 10:49 PM  

    It must be nice to take a month off and see your subscriber numbers grow! What that tells me is that you've put in some hard work along the way, and that it's now paying off!