40% of So Money listeners have earned Master’s degrees or doctoral degrees.

Who Listens to So Money?

So Money listeners are highly EDUCATED, big on SOCIAL media and working towards major MONEY GOALS.

In a recent survey of over 650 listeners, I discovered that my audience is, in a word, serious. And, of course, So Money.

They’re also very engaged. Two-thirds of the audience tunes in AT LEAST ONCE per week.

Click here to see the fancy infographic my friend, former wedding planner and designer extraordinaire Leigh Karsch created.

And thank you to all who contributed to my survey. I will be sending $25 Amazon gift cards to 10 survey respondents (a random selection.) Be sure to check your inbox. Subject line is: So Money Amazon Gift Card

 

 

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