Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Action 245 - Go Global.

When I started Project One Five, I hoped it would motivate me to get into shape for the Pasadena Marathon. I didn't really think much about it beyond that. I certainly had no idea that my writing would make its way all the way around the world.

Action 245 - Go Global. And I have. I was reviewing the stats on the WordPress dashboard, and I was shocked to see how many different countries are represented in my "Views" list.

The image below indicates where readers are located. The darker the area, the more activity.



And these are the nations that have checked out my little blog.























































































































Country

Views


United States

4,724


Canada

120


Australia

62


Sweden

61


United Kingdom

42


Germany

20


Mexico

17


New Zealand

14


India

12


France

8


Denmark

7


Myanmar

7


Taiwan

7


Puerto Rico

6


Oman

4


Viet Nam

3


Greece

3


Brazil

2


Pakistan

2


Argentina

2


Belgium

1


Iceland

1


Finland

1


Trinidad and Tobago

1


Japan

1


Romania

1


Spain

1


Cambodia

1



I'll be honest, this is pretty darn cool to me. Greece? Iceland? Romania? Wow, talk about putting the "World Wide" in worldwide web!

8 comments:

  1. Nicaragua as well...

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  2. Nicaragua as well... but i forgot, currently i am studying in Taiwan, so it may appear as Taiwan hehe

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  3. I love it! It's exciting to me to see so many different countries showing up!

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  4. Meant to say this "honestly" not honesty. The typo totally changed the meaning of the sentence. LOL

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  5. This honesty doesn't surprise me a bit....more than once I have thought that this blog you are writing is the groundwork for something you could actually get published. There are lots of books out there that are written in the format of short kernels of wisdom for each day of the year...and this blog of yours would be perfect for that!

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  6. Ha, I think it works both ways. I mean, I'm sure trying to be honest here. :)

    And thanks for that. Who knows what I'll do with it, but for now, it really is helping me improve and focus for the marathon.

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  7. Ha! I bet I am the reason Sweden came in fourth place! :D

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