The Last month has been my best month ever thanks to Mrs. Wood at The Thinking Housewife who provided a link to my article Feminism, Why we are not Feminists. I also enjoyed links from Mr. Richardson at Oz Conservative for the same article and Mrs. Wijker at Adventures in Housekeeping who linked to my article on Foreign Aid and Traditional Conservatism. A big thank you to all!
The large number of visitors this month have been due to the link from The Thinking Housewife but as always the large numbers are followed by a downturn. I'm not 100% certain why that should be but it seem quite consistent. But over time the number of visitors keeps rising so I'm not complaining.
One item of interest is that on the left hand side of my blog I have Popular Posts and they are a list of the top 10 going from top to bottom of the most read articles on my site. But the current top popular post Feminism, Why we are not Feminists is not the most read, that would be the second post The Discrimination of Anti-Discrimination. So why the discrepancy? Blogger has a number of lists of top 10 articles that I can look at in statistics, one is called Now which is for the last two hours, followed by Day, Week, Month and All Time. The strange thing about All Time is it isn't, after a while posts tend to bleed away so that the All Time list is closer to current views of the blog than a real All Time feature. As of today the two most read articles have this number of views.
Feminism, Why we are not Feminists has 577 views
The Discrimination of Anti-Discrimination has 624 views
The best day was the 14th January with 248 visitors my best day ever, my worst day was the 1st of February when I had only 11 visitors.
The statistics for the last month, the 11th of January to the 11th of February
December - January
The United States, nearly doubled over the month as did the United Kingdom and Canada. Australia went up by 50% which is all very welcome.
The Ukraine, Indonesia and Portugal all came into the top 10, Portugal for the first time.
Germany also saw a good rise with Japan remaining steady.
China however halved and France and Ireland have dropped out of the top 10.
I've had a huge number of countries visit this month Ireland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece, Romania, Latvia, Belarus, Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, Pakistan, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Tunisia, Ghana, South Africa, New Zealand, Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Brazil, Columbia, Peru, Chile, Argentina.
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