200th Post Giveaway: Gracias to My Readers

Brent Pittman —  08/09/2012
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Thanks to everyone for your support! Photo credit olgaberrios.

I sit here writing the 200th post on OnTargetCoach.com! I can’t believe I’ve made it to 200 already. I know this is just a beginning of writing about money, relationships, and careers in fun and interesting ways.

Hold on this is going to feel like a speech at the Oscars, I hope they don’t cue the music. I’d like to thank YOU! Yes, you Mr. and Mrs. Reader for reading this ole’ blog, leaving comments, sharing the articles on social media, and giving me helpful advice.

Thanks to my wife who lets me live my dreams to write and help others. Thanks to my fellow financial coaches, those who have guest posted here at OTC, my Yakezie team #5 and other Yakezie members and challengers [cue music].

Thank you to everyone else whose helped me along the way. The 500th post is just around the corner!

Random Stats at 200 Posts

  • 631 comments…ok about 1/2 of those are my responses, but 315 comments is sweet in my opinion!
  • Interesting Google Searches that bring people to my site: Hipster, billy bean peter brand, target engagement rings, costco birthday cakes, medical school for free, how to spend lottery winnings.
  • Top 5 referring websites: SkyDmagazine, Christianpf.com, YakezieThedebtprincess.com, ArtofManliness
  • Since installing Google Analytics OTC has had 5,844 Unique Visitors, 33,388 pageviews, 3:09 average visit duration.
  • Alexa 183K, PR 2, DA 36, MozRank 4.09, Page Authority 46.

Top Posts at 200 Articles

If you’re new here, check out my top 10 articles.

200th Post Thank You Giveaway

Thanks to old, new, and future readers…you’re all awesome! Now let’s register for a few prizes.

This giveaway is for U.S. residents only (sorry, I can’t pay for shipping all over the world right?) that are 18 or older.

Use this cool contraption below to enter the contest.

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Brent is a financial coach and writer looking for the perfect donut. He believes personal finance should be both fun and accessible to anyone willing to learn.