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The Frugal Law Student Month In Review-July 2007

July was a good month for The Frugal Law Student. We had 6,851 visitors during the month of July. This was a decrease from 12,000 we had in Jun, but that was expected given traffic has died from the hoopla the Massive Personal Finance Resource List caused. On the plus side, we reached the 300 mark for RSS subscribers. Thank you to all my readers as well as fellow bloggers who have helped spread the word about The Frugal Law Student

Most Popular Posts

Here are June’s most popular posts based on the number of visits:

  1. Massive Personal Finance Resource List- The Massive Personal Finance Resource List was the top post again. This is what helped generate the 12,000 plus visitors last month. I’m glad so many people still have found it helpful.
  2. Festival of Frugality #84- I hosted my first blog carnival this past month. It was a lot more work than I thought it would be, but it was fun reading all the great frugality posts.
  3. 180 Money Saving Tips That Will Turn Your Life Around 180 Degrees- I wrote this in May, but it’s still a popular one. Again, I’m happy that people are still finding this post helpful.
  4. 10 Ways To Make Money and Save Money On Facebook- I wrote this back in June. Facebook applications have gotten a lot of press lately, so I’m sure that has something to do with the popularity. If you want to learn more about Facebook applications, make sure to check out my other blog Best Facebook Applications.
  5. The Best Personal Finance Advice I’ve Ever Received- In this post, I write about the personal finance advice I received from my friend and mentor, Charles Smith.

In Case You Missed It…

Here are a few of my personal favorites from the month:

  1. Top CEOs Don’t Read Getting Things Done- If you want to be an innovator in your field, read other books besides Getting Things Done.
  2. Crouching Debt, Hidden Credit Card Fees- Learn about hidden credit card fees and how you can avoid them.
  3. Why Personal Finance Books Suck- A rant on why I find personal finance books so annoying.

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