My worldwide blog statistics

Pencil_CUTIt will be interesting to see what the number of hits are on today’s blog, as it is a blog about the number of hits on this blog.

People seem to assume, when they suggest blogs to me to publicise themselves or their shows that this is a comedy blog (it is not wholly, as I mentioned last week) with a readership mainly in London (which it certainly is not).

I assume that my blogs will mostly be read on the day of posting or a few days later, but they could well be read in five years time and readers may not be from the six main ‘British-cultured’ countries – the UK, Ireland, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

But today I realised, looking at the statistics, that Germany has featured quite highly in the last month and I have no idea why, because I don’t think there has been anything of particular Germanic interest included.

Below are this blog’s ‘Top Ten’ countries, by hits.

On the accompanying maps, the biggest-hitting countries are of a darker colour and countries registering no hits whatsoever are white in colour. I clearly have to find something to blog about which may be of interest to people living in Greenland and Spitsbergen and to pull up my socks in Africa.

The explanation for the appearance of India in the last list is because of the demise of the much-lamented (by me) Indian website We Speak News to which I used to contribute.

At least Iceland is dependable, even if Spitsbergen hates me.

BlogStatistics_7days

… in the last seven days

MOST HITS IN THE LAST SEVEN DAYS
1  United Kingdom
2  United States
3  Germany
4  Australia
5  Canada
6  France
7  Ireland
8  New Zealand
9  Japan
10 Italy

BlogStatistics_30days

… in the last 30 days

IN THE LAST 30 DAYS
1  United Kingdom
2  United States
3  Canada
4  Australia
5  Germany
6  France
7  Ireland
8  Netherlands
9  Italy
10 Spain

BlogStatistics_Quarter

… in the last Quarter

IN THE LAST QUARTER
1  United Kingdom
2  United States
3  Canada
4  Australia
5  France
6  Ireland
7  Germany
8  Netherlands
9  Italy
10 New Zealand

BlogStatistics_1year

… in the last year

IN THE LAST YEAR
1  United Kingdom
2  United States
3  Canada
4  Australia
5  Ireland
6  Germany
7  France
8  Netherlands
9  Sweden
10 Spain

BlogStatistics_3years

… in the last three years

IN THE LAST THREE YEARS
1  United Kingdom
2  United States
3  Australia
4  Canada
5  Ireland
6  Germany
7  France
8  Netherlands
9  Spain
10 India

Just for the sheer hell of it, below are the source of this blog’s hits yesterday, an average Saturday. Good news for comedy critic Kate Copstick; bad news for me from Greenland and Spitsbergen.

UK, US, Germany, Australia, Canada, Ireland, France, New Zealand, Japan, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, South Africa, Poland, Spain, Finland, Norway, India, Thailand, Russia, Turkey, Mexico, Denmark, Israel, Czech Republic, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Indonesia, Greece, Iraq, Iceland, Argentina, Romania, Sri Lanka, Belgium, Hong Kong, Uganda, Brazil, Slovakia, Kuwait, Colombia, Algeria, Serbia, Vietnam, Portugal, Malaysia, South Korea, Costa Rica, Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Austria, Venezuela, Liechtenstein, Pakistan, Albania, Singapore, Bulgaria, Nigeria, Ukraine, Estonia, Jordan, Bolivia, Guam, Antigua & Barbuda, Puerto Rico, Bahrain, Hungary, Lebanon, Egypt, Myanmar, Lithuania, Croatia, Slovenia, the Ivory Coast, Luxembourg.

If anyone would like to tell me what life is like in Myanmar or Luxembourg at the moment, I would be interested to know. Or even moreso in Greenland and Spitsbergen.

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One response to “My worldwide blog statistics

  1. Sandy Mac

    No mention of the IOW, heard your blog is very popular on the island.

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