Saturday, 28 April 2012

WHO LOOKS AT THIS STUFF?

Not necessarily whom one might think

Page views

Over the four-weeks period (30 Mar 2012 – 28 Apr 2012) Blogger informs me, 7,767 pages from Conductive World were viewed by people around the world

Viewing a page does not of course mean reading it. There is no way of indexing this!

Page views by countries 

United States
2,059
United Kingdom
1,039
Russia
611
China
430
Germany
324
Ukraine
278
Hungary
257
France
178
Poland
126
Australia
119


A sense of audience

The relative figures for the US, the UK, Germany, Hungary and Australia, are as I might have anticipated, not least in that the United States accounted for getting on for a third of all page views. But the figures for five of this top ten were not expected. The immediate big surprise is perhaps the figure for Russia. Add in the Ukraine and the figure is even more surprising, their combined total approaching the figure for the United Kingdom.

The appearance here of China and Poland may also come as a surprise, and so too perhaps is that of conductively deprived France.

These figures of course are not necessarily directly indicative of the world-wide national distribution of wanting to read about CE. They do, however, offer pause for thought.

I do hope that others can offer other ways of indexing such interest.

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