July Goal Review

We had a good July (knock on wood) and have seen some improvements on performance on a few of the satellite sites that hadn’t been performing as well as we had hoped in the past. In fact, we have reached the stage where the decision has been made that come next January, Nate will also come on full time if we continue our current growth. I’m really excited about that since I think we can do some pretty great things and add a lot of tools to the sites.

Double membership to 11,500

Sign-ups for the main site did well this month with an average of about 20 new members a day. That brought the number from 8,500 last month to over 9,100 this month. It’s a little deceiving, however


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5 Responses to July Goal Review

  1. Retireyoung says:

    It is great to hear everything is pushing forward. Attending some conferences should help a lot. In some ways it is difficult to get this information in Japan.

    I was hoping to make it to Webmasterworld conference in November, but I am not sure it I will be able to make it now.

    I am also planning on going full-time from next January. It is just a matter of getting some good infrastructure set up now and taking it from there.

    All the best for the rest of the year!

  2. Jane Dough says:

    Looks like you continue to make good progress. I think the aggregators may be causing some folks to abandon RSS readers. Not 100% sure, but that is my suspicion.

  3. Ian says:

    I’m a new feedblitz subscriber – I like the email that tells me there is a new post, it’s much better than trying to remember to check any certain blog to see if it has been updated. In addition, I like the idea of not having to install a reader.

  4. I treid to be a new RSS subscriber but it didn’t work, thats why I went with the feedblitz…

  5. Frugal Momma says:

    Sounds like you are moving along. :)

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