Navigating Frequent Miler

Just a few quick notes about the Frequent Miler website:

  • If you’re looking for this web site, you can simply type thefrequentmiler.com into your browser’s address bar.  I tried to register the name frequentmiler.com (without “the”), but it was already taken by a shipping logistics company.
  • Several people have suggested that I create a database of gift card churns – what works and what doesn’t.  They didn’t realize that the Frequent Miler Laboratory page already exists with a lot of that information.  It’s certainly not complete, but it’s a start.  If you have data to contribute to the page, please let me know (or comment on the page itself).
  • One reader has suggested that I compile recommendations for particular credit cards together in one place.  For example, I could have a single page with links to all of the Ink Bold posts.  I like that idea, but until I get around to it, you can still find posts on a particular subject by clicking the appropriate text in the tag cloud on the right hand site of my site.  Below is an example of what the tag cloud looks like.  The bigger each word is, the more posts there are that have been tagged with that key word.  By clicking on any tag in the tag cloud, you’ll get a view of all posts with that tag.  Notice that “Ink Bold” is one of the options:

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About Greg The Frequent Miler

Greg is the owner, founder, and primary author of the Frequent Miler. He earns millions of points and miles each year, mostly without flying, and dedicates this blog to teaching others how to do the same.

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Re your second bullet point, you could always just add to the end of each post, “For more information on what works and what doesn’t see the Frequent Miler Laboratory page,” instead of doing something different.

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Scott: good idea