Monday, July 21, 2008
On May 21 I installed, after registering with ClustrMaps, a little piece of code at the bottom of this blog. I was quite curious about how many people could visit Leherensuge and from where. In a few cases (active commenters) I had an idea but I was sure there were other lurkers and "accidental" visitors.
The result is this:
At the time of posting this (one month of the little map), Leherensuge had 480 individual visits from all the continents. Not any record surely but at least I know I have some readers, certainly many more than I would know just from the comments. And I'm glad about it.
Most of them are from Europe and the USA. The areas that have 10 or more visits (and less than 100) so far are (sorted by continent):
· Bilbao area: it was the first one to reach that size, surely because my many hits (though I know of at least another reader from this city)
· Somewhere in the Low Countries. I have not clear if it's Belgium, Netherlands or both.
· Somewhere around Liechtenstein (Switzerland, Austria, maybe northern Italy)
· San Francisco area
· New York area
· Los Angeles area
· Seattle area
· Kansas city? (surprise)
· Somewhere in Southern India - Hyderabad? I believe I know who's this person.
· Northern New Zealand. What's that: Auckland? I know who you are - hehe!
There is also at least one visit (less than 10 in any case) from South America (Recife area) but that's all. Maybe if I wrote a blog in Spanish (I don't speak Portuguese, sorry).
And there have been at least three visitors from Africa too: one from Cape Town, another from Casablanca (or maybe Rabat) and another one from Alexandria.
And there are many other small dots (less than 10 visits) scattered all around. Those include also the only hit from Canada, that came not from Toronto, Quebec, Montreal or Vancouver... but from some place in Nunavut, what is most intriguing. Ok, correcting myself: some visitors are placed at the US-Canadian border and I'm not sure if they could be Canadian too.
Other intriguing (and probably unique) visitors are from remote places like Inner China, Baku, Hokkaido or Mindanao. I appreciate all my visitors but when they arrive from such distant and intriguing places I cannot but wonder who they might be.