The USA always tops the hits statistics, but this is certainly because most of the automated indexing and search engine robots come from there.
France and the UK fight for second place, which is really quite amazing considering that the French followers are mostly using translation software. How does my site read when literally translated into another language? Awkwardly?
I suspect that the Ukraine is my never ending source of SPAM blog comments, but that I do indeed have a small following in Russia after this article:
Then there’s my ex-colleagues from Luxembourg, my dear friend from Hungary (singular), and the odd but consistent visit from places I’ve never been.
Do I really have someone reading my blog from Japan? If so, greetings and salutations!
Now take a look at this… Popular Google search terms that have lead people to this site:
- yarmouth 23
- eileen of avoca
- sailing solo across the atlantic
- port of alexandria
- brazil beaches
- crossing the bay of biscay
No surprises here but how about:
- small boats that can cross the ocean
- the best small boat for ocean
- how many yachts sink during atlantic crossing
- is sailing across the ocean safe
- is there any money in sailing solo across the atlantic
Do you suppose they found their answers from reading this blog?
I certainly know these people didn’t derive much in the way of enlightenment:
- why am i an inferior being
- cost of diesel in fortaleza in november
- pots and pans as radar reflectors
- white men less desirable
However, it’s the more esoteric ones that I like the best:
- fat dog chania … apparently he’s a celebrity
- becoming a sail bum …. I’m opening a franchise…
- sailing with tiny bikinies … Wouldn’t be caught dead wearing one…
- i ve been to jail … Do I know you?
- not much just chillin at the pool … Do you suppose they typed their sms reply in the wrong spot?
- خريطة الاسكندرية … Your guess is as good as mine..
- position eileen of avoca … I really must update my map
- bill boyall … Ah… which reminds me… I have more to write about this…