The year is just about over. As always, the time just flew by. It’s 2012 and that means that it’s the last year of the world’s existence. We might as well enjoy it, right? Just curious, what do you guys think about this world coming to an end stuff?
A few things that I’m proud of myself for doing on here in the past year are:
I got into more focus on the readers. I finally launched my own newsletter and started building it. I also used my mailing list to send exclusive content to readers, communicate with readers, and get more feedback from them. I’m excited to have focused more on my readers in 2011.
More value. I truly believe that I did more research than ever and interacted with enough credible people to add more value to my readers. There’s just so many personal finance blogs out there, that if you don’t add high value, nobody will read your blog.
More personal stories. After the Financial Blogger Conference in Chicago this year I decided that I need to share more personal stories. This is what I started doing. I plan on sharing even more personal stories around here in 2012.
Those are a few of the main improvements that I could think of right now. I obviously have much more improving left to do. Please share what you think I need to improve in the comments section below. I would love some honest feedback.
Those are a few of things that I’m proud of on here from 2011.
Things I need to improve are:
- More results.
- More personal stories.
- Additional research.
- One-on-one coaching.
I want to hear what you guys want to see more of around here in 2012. Any specific topics you want me to cover more?
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Let’s look at the best articles from 2011:
Case Study On Explosive Blog Growth & Creating a Full-Time Income.
How You Can Start a Business Right Now With $1,000.
Testing Your Ideas to See If You Can Make Money.
How Can Your Small Business Be a Home Run?
What Do You Do on Saturday Mornings?
Drastic lifestyle changes.
How-to Save Thousands of Dollars– The Power of Automated Savings.
5 Personal Finance/Entrepreneurship Books That Changed My Life.
Out of College & Dead Broke– WTF Do I Do?
Personal Finance 101: How Important is Getting Laid?
The Solution to All of Your Financial Problems in Your 20s
How-to Cure a Hangover (and destroy credit card debt).
What’s a Good Credit Score & Why Should You Give a Damn?
How Does The Stock Market Work?
24 Random Life Lessons Learned in 24 Years.
What’s The Best Time & Way to Buy a Home?