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Thank You For A Great November

I want to thank my readers for visiting No Credit Needed during the month of November.

Back when I started this site – way back in 2005 – I had no idea that I would connect with (and be inspired by) so many folks.  I’ve said it before, but it needs to be said again:  You rock!

I also want to thank my fellow personal finance bloggers, many of whom send readers from their sites to mine.  Linking to another person’s work is a generous act, and I’m sincerely grateful each time someone links to mine.  You rock, too!

Here’s a list of the folks who sent the most traffic my way.  I encourage my readers to click the links below, check out the amazing content you’ll find, and tell them NCN sent you their way.

WiseBread –  Get Rich Slowly –  Almost Frugal –  Consumerist

Frugal Hacks –  Free Money Finance –  Five Cent NickelClever Dude

6 Figures N Broke –  Cheap Healthy Good –  My Money Blog –  All Financial Matters

Shaking The Money Tree –  Lazy Man and Money –  Couple Money –  Ask Deb

For those of you who are new to No Credit Needed, thanks for stopping by.  I hope you’ll consider subscribing to the site via email or rss – and be sure to follow me over at twitter.com/NCN.  (If you do follow me, be sure to say “hi”.)

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5 thoughts on “Thank You For A Great November

  1. I’m new to your site, and would like to say thanks for the welcome. I’ve read over some of your post, and I have to say you give great advice. I’ll be looking for even more great post by you and wish you huge success in the upcoming New Year.

  2. Congrats on a great month! I’m guessing that my inbound traffic from Consumerist.com, which was part of the Debt Reduction Carnival you hosted, drove traffic to your site.

    Your posts are an inspiration and thank you for sharing your story with all of your readers!

  3. A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone. Over here, Christmas is hot and sunny with rain falling instead of beautiful white snow.

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