Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Blog feedback!

So this blog is now three months old and it's getting regular traffic.  I'm pumped to have people reading and interacting here.  It's super cool to know that someone's benefiting from my experience and from your comments, emails and tweets I'm certainly benefiting from yours.  So first I want to thank you, all of you, for reading and interacting with me.  It's been a great source of inspiration to me the last several months and I'm sure it will help me stay motivated over the next two years since I'll be accountable to all of you for my progress on my goal to graduate debt free.

Since you all are helping me so much I'd like to hear how I can better help you.  Is there something you'd like to read about?  Something that's clunky with the website, writing or topics? Sound off in the comments or by email at nodebtmba@nodebtmba.com.  Any and all feedback is appreciated as are blog post ideas (I need to make sure I have a bigger back log before the craziness of school sets in).

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13 comments:

  1. You're doing a great job. I like reading your articles as well as the comments on my blog. Keep doing what you're doing!

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  2. i like your blog, and i think what you're doing is great. this is such an important topic. your story is one of inspiration for others to realize that you can advance your education without taking on more debt.

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  3. I like the topics so far. I'd say just keep posting about getting through grad school debt free.

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  4. Just keep doing what you're doing. I'm a nerd for data, so I love posts like the recent MBA cost analysis. Also, anything analytical like your critique of the "Debt boosts self-esteem" story is going to catch my attention.

    The world needs more thoughtful articles like these.

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  5. I also think you are doing great. I think it would be cool to read some tips on how you plan to use your debt journey to help businesses once you graduate. It's neat to see how information translates from one avenue to the next.

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  6. I like your blog so far (just found it now actually and have been sifting through older posts). For me, however, a lot of the financial discussion of US tax deductions are irrelevant as I am Canadian and it doesn't apply, even if I go to US b-school. It would be nice to eventually incorporate issues that affect international students and international b-schools (INSEAD, LBS).

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  7. I think you are doing great. If you continue to give an account of how you are getting through school debt free that would be a great topic (and much needed one too).

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  8. Just came across your site - looks good so far! Keep it up!

    I finished an MBA in 2009 but took out loans to do it (boo). I'm subscribing to your feed to keep up with your no debt plan!

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  9. Thanks for the feedback everyone! I'm glad you all seem to be mostly happy with the blog.

    JT - I like writing the data posts, but they take more time than just spouting my opinion ;) I think I'll create a label for them so they can be pulled out as a group. More will come!

    Miss T - I've been thinking about how this relates to business, but for a different reason. If my name becomes associated with the blog I'm sure it'll come up in interviews and I'll need a good tie-in. Something I need to think about some more.

    Anonymous - I don't have a ton of experience in that area since I'm an American going to a US school, but I'll write about what I do know and try to find some more information.

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  10. I am digging it. I like a focused blog and your theme is great. I like the simplicity of the site.

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  11. I just found your blog via Money Saving Mom and I have to say that I am very impressed. I'm a coupon blogger, so any frugal tips always interest me. I've got you bookmarked!

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  12. Just keep doing what you do. I am a geek for the data, so I like posts like the recent MBA analysis costs. So something like your critical analysis of "debt increases self-esteem" history will catch my attention.

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  13. Why wouldn't you take a low interest loan? Seems inefficient at this point in your life to have no debt.

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