thanks to april top referrers

May 5th, 2008

Thanks to April Top Referrers!

It is the start of a new month, and as such, I like to look back over the past month and look at how things went.  The ones about my finances and related topics will come tomorrow and Wednesday, today I want to take the time to thank the top ten blog referrers to I’ve Paid For This Twice Already… in April.  This month I am doing things a little differently – besides supplying a link to the blogs so you can check them out for yourselves if you wish, I’m also going to pick a stellar post from each blog in April.  I hope you find some interesting reading along the way from the blogs that help spread the word about Paid Twice and make this blog what it is today.  Thanks to all the blogs that refer traffic to me!

Without further ado, here are the top ten referrers for April to Paid Twice and a post I recommend from last month for each one:

Thanks to all the blogs, big and small, that refer traffic to me – almost 70% of my traffic is from referrals so without other blogs talking about me, this blog wouldn’t be growing anywhere near like it is!

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5 Responses to “Thanks to April Top Referrers!”

  1. Congratulations on your continued success, and I’m glad I can be a small part of that. You send me a lot of traffic too. ;)

    Thanks for the mention!

  2. Paid Twice,
    I’m working on the e-book right now! Thanks for the link-love…
    NCN

  3. That’s a great tribute. Note to self: Send more traffic to Paidtwice. LOL.

  4. Dunno about Sam’s Club, but at Costco there are ways to sort of soften the fee. Get the cheapest membership–they’re always peddling the higher-priced Executive Membership, which has some extra benefits that you may have little use for. Then get someone to go in with you. You can claim another person as your family member and get him or her in on your membership; have that person split the cost with you. With the business membership, you also can get a card for a person whom you represent as a business associate or employee–my ex was on mine that way for a long time. That membership is somewhat cheaper.

    At Costco, the savings on gasoline alone may be worth the membership cost. Around here, Costco gas runs from 10 cents to 30 cents a gallon lower than other retailers charge. Also, if you charge it on your Costco AMEX card and get the 3-2-1 kickback card, you effectively take 3% off your gasoline cost.

  5. Yay! And thanks for the traffic you sent me too. :)

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