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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on December 02, 2008

Whether you describe yourself as a frugal shopper, money saving mom, consumer crusader, budget blogger, personal finance pundit, creditor, or client, we would like to get to know you better. In addition to this blog, there are a few other ways we can keep the conversation about money management moving.

Twitter. Twitter is a service for people to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Money Management International’s tweets focus on providing useful information, fun facts, and advice to help you manage your money on a day to day basis. Follow us at:

Facebook. Facebook’s goal is make the world more open and connected. Millions of people use Facebook everyday to share information. Did you know that you can become a fan of Money Management International? While on Facebook, also consider adding Money Management International as a friend.

Online Newsletter. On the homepage of, you can sign up for our newsletter and receive weekly educational tips for balancing your budget, making ends meet, and achieving your financial goals. Click here for a sample newsletter.

By the way, thanks so much for reading the blog! What can I do to get you to comment more?? I know you’re out there with something important to add…

Posted in:  About MMI, Reflections


Kim McGrigg says:
January 13, 2009

Hi Martha,I appreciate your candor. If you ever have something you would like to see addressed in the blog, please be sure to let me know! You can email me at

Martha says:
January 12, 2009

Re: Getting more comments My observation is that most people probably won't read this blog every day, and probably won't comment on anything except the current up-front post. The whole idea of a blog is to be current. I just looked at your blog for the first time,so I've been reading some of the older posts and it doesn't seem very worthwhile to comment on something that isn't current.

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