Where in the world are my readers coming from?

6 Jun

Bit.ly link users will be familiar with the tracking-by-country feature that allows you to see where readers of your content are located.

Now WordPress has introduced the feature for their bloggers. This chart shows all the readers of my blog since I (re)created it on May 19.

geographic reader feature on wordpress

It’s in real time so when a noodle shop owner in Lao People’s Democratic Republic clicks on your blog – which evidently happened this morning – you know right away.

Wordpress worldwide stats

Is it likely that the Laotian wanted to know more about Bridget the Bridges Hottie from my last post? No? Perhaps he or she was dealing with a cantankerous old tourist and had arrived here after doing a google image search on grumpy old lady?

More than likely it’s someone I know backpacking through South East Asia who was hoping I had already succumbed to guest writers.

Whatever brings you here, it’s amazing to see readers in so many diverse countries.  Thank you for reading. Gracias por leer. Terima kasih telah membaca. Cheers big ears.

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2 Responses to “Where in the world are my readers coming from?”

  1. Cyrille d'Estienne d'Orves June 6, 2012 at 10:03 am #

    And what about “merci de me lire” for your French reader! Thanks Doug

    • Doug Brown June 6, 2012 at 10:47 am #

      Ha! I was thinking of you when I finished the post but I didn’t trust my “Merci a lire” and couldn’t get what seemed like a correct French translation online. But thank you for providing that Cyrille. 🙂

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