I’m always tickled to death to see where in the world people have been reading my blog from. Here’s the latest stats. They’re fun to ponder – what do some of them mean? Myanmar has more visits than Japan? I now have a visitor from Albania, and two from Nepal. I’m slowly coloring in the world on the world map, which is very cool. I’m only missing a couple of Balkan countries (Bosnia and Macedonia) and Baltics (Estonia and Latvia I believe) to complete all of Europe. China is the big mystery to me – am I blogging about something that either is of no interest at all to the Chinese, or more likely, am I blogging about something that runs afoul of Chinese web filters? Or most likely, my blog doesn’t translate well into Chinese so nobody reads it there. I’m not surprised by Khazakhstan or Mongolia not having anyone reading my blog – there’s very little internet penetration into those two countries to begin with.
In addition to getting some Chinese readers, I’d really love to have someone in Svalbard read my blog – I think that would be super cool as it’s one of the least well known countries. Svalbard, New Guinea, Greenland, the Falkland islands, and Bolivia and Paraguay. So if you know someone in one of those places, or traveling to them, and who actually would be interested in this, please pass along the blog!
|Republic of Korea||12|
|United Arab Emirates||7|
|Syrian Arab Republic||4|
|Trinidad and Tobago||1|
7 thoughts on “Time for another one of those “where in the world has this blog been read from” posts”
Now I just have to figure out how to do the same research to see what is going on with my blog! I reckon I account for at least half of your hits from Australia. Your blog is great!
You can get your stats any time from the header bar of your dashboard. There’s a little bar graph in the gray bar at the top of the dashboard page. Click on that, or click on the site stats on the right of the dashboard page.
Yeah, I figured you’re the big bump in my Aussie hits – you’re also my most frequent commenter. I’m always glad to know I’ve got a fan, anywhere in the world. And it’s even better when the fans talk back!
Yep, I’m a fan. Nice to know I’m noticed!
Had a look at mine. It certainly is interesting.
So you found it? Great. It’s fun, especially that little map that shows where everyone is from.
Disappointing, I thought I’d drop in to add some Bulgarian stats to your site but it appears you’ve already had some!
It’s ok – the more the merrier! And please come back!