A World of Readers

If you are a WordPress user, you know that you can track how many visitors you get from each country, which is pretty cool.  I know that a lot of IP addresses get routed through various countries automatically, depending on where servers are located, but I also know that a good many of these visitors are actually from the country indicated.  These are my country stats since the end of February, when WordPress started keeping track of this stuff.  It looks pretty neat, so I thought you might like to see it, too.  And thanks for visiting!

I live on the right-most tip of the small island on the right-most tip of the country that is a slightly lighter orange than the USA.
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Author: allythebell

A corgi. A small boy. A sense of adventure. Chaos ensues.

14 thoughts on “A World of Readers”

    1. Definitely make yourself more visible: publish your posts to Facebook and Twitter. Enter blogging contests like the Canadian Blog Awards.

      Visiting other people’s blogs and leaving nice comments is a good way to get more traffic too (I visit most of my commenters’ blogs at least once). You can make great blogging friends this way and they’ll help you spread the word.

      Mostly, take lots of pictures, publish often, and talk about all sorts of things. Regular post schedules and tons of photos is what got me Freshly Pressed three times and that’s where pretty much all my new traffic comes from.

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