The 10 Most Important Stories Written By CreditMattersBlog.com

This blog entry is inspired by a comment that one of my readers made to me a few days ago. This reader, Zach, said that a particular story I did more than three months ago was one of my more ‘educational and unique’ blog entries see Zach’s comment here. That got me to thinking. I’ve written a lot of stories during the past five months. Indeed, there are now some 235 stories on this site. Of those 235 stories, there are some really fundamental stories. Some more important than others. In light of Zach’s comment, though, I thought it would be a worthwhile project to highlight ten of the most important stories that I’ve done at CreditMattersBlog.com since July. My list moves from ten down to one with one being the most important. 10. When it Comes to Credit, it’s Always Business link9. Lowering Your Credit Limit is Stupid plain and simple link8. Why You Need a Credit Union Relationship link7. When Should We Start Teaching Our Kids About Credit?link6. Want to be a FICO High Achiever? Do What They do link5. If Your Relationship Ended Today, Would you be Prepared?link4. Paying in Full is Not Only Good For Your FICO Score — It’s Good For Your Piggybank Too link3. During the Credit Crunch, Work That FICO Score link2. If You Don’t Have A Credit Plan, You’re Doing Something Wrong link1. Utilization: What It Is And Why It Matters link

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0 thoughts on “The 10 Most Important Stories Written By CreditMattersBlog.com

  1. This would be a great article to link to somewhere in a sidebar. It is a great place for new readers to start since it has some of the top articles and provides a good overview of what folks should be doing.Another great one, CM!

  2. Lion, thanks. I think that is a great idea. It’ll be a sticky. I will do it. Thanks!

  3. Heya, glad you like it. Fact is, not getting a lot of feedback on this post. Makes me think it’s not too interesting to readers. Memo to self: be careful about lists. Readers may not be interested.Thanks for the post, though.

  4. Virgil, it is amazing that my utilization story had never seen a single comment. But then again, I wrote that story in July, when I probably had 10 readers (if that).

  5. Don’t think that this is a bad post! I just came across your site for the first time. I saw an article on a newspaper website about cardratings.com, which then led me to your site. I am having a FIELD DAY!!! I love it!!! All the stuff I have been wondering about for months is here!! Thank you for all the good info. This post is particularly great since I just started looking at your site and am looking for all the good stuff as quickly as I can find it…I feel like a sponge…

  6. Anon, that’s great. Glad you’re enjoying the site. The site absolutely caters to people who have credit cards and want to know how to use them. When I built this site, I tried to put myself in the place of the reader. The stuff on my blog is the kind of stuff that I would be interested in reading. Glad to see that I found my twin. Enjoy the site. Feel free to post as often as you’d like. Welcome.

The 10 Most Important Stories Written By CreditMattersBlog.com

This blog entry is inspired by a comment that one of my readers made to me a few days ago. This reader, Zach, said that a particular story I did more than three months ago was one of my more ‘educational and unique’ blog entries see Zach’s comment here. That got me to thinking. I’ve written a lot of stories during the past five months. Indeed, there are now some 235 stories on this site. Of those 235 stories, there are some really fundamental stories. Some more important than others. In light of Zach’s comment, though, I thought it would be a worthwhile project to highlight ten of the most important stories that I’ve done at CreditMattersBlog.com since July. My list moves from ten down to one with one being the most important. 10. When it Comes to Credit, it’s Always Business link9. Lowering Your Credit Limit is Stupid plain and simple link8. Why You Need a Credit Union Relationship link7. When Should We Start Teaching Our Kids About Credit?link6. Want to be a FICO High Achiever? Do What They do link5. If Your Relationship Ended Today, Would you be Prepared?link4. Paying in Full is Not Only Good For Your FICO Score — It’s Good For Your Piggybank Too link3. During the Credit Crunch, Work That FICO Score link2. If You Don’t Have A Credit Plan, You’re Doing Something Wrong link1. Utilization: What It Is And Why It Matters link

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0 thoughts on “The 10 Most Important Stories Written By CreditMattersBlog.com

  1. This would be a great article to link to somewhere in a sidebar. It is a great place for new readers to start since it has some of the top articles and provides a good overview of what folks should be doing.Another great one, CM!

  2. Heya, glad you like it. Fact is, not getting a lot of feedback on this post. Makes me think it’s not too interesting to readers. Memo to self: be careful about lists. Readers may not be interested.Thanks for the post, though.

  3. Virgil, it is amazing that my utilization story had never seen a single comment. But then again, I wrote that story in July, when I probably had 10 readers (if that).

  4. Don’t think that this is a bad post! I just came across your site for the first time. I saw an article on a newspaper website about cardratings.com, which then led me to your site. I am having a FIELD DAY!!! I love it!!! All the stuff I have been wondering about for months is here!! Thank you for all the good info. This post is particularly great since I just started looking at your site and am looking for all the good stuff as quickly as I can find it…I feel like a sponge…

  5. Anon, that’s great. Glad you’re enjoying the site. The site absolutely caters to people who have credit cards and want to know how to use them. When I built this site, I tried to put myself in the place of the reader. The stuff on my blog is the kind of stuff that I would be interested in reading. Glad to see that I found my twin. Enjoy the site. Feel free to post as often as you’d like. Welcome.

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