Four Years: Part 3 – Numbers, Numbers, Numbers!

Not Quite an InfographicI was really hoping to find an infographic template, but apparently all the templates you can download are Adobe Illustrator which I don’t know how to use 😦 The photo to the right is what I was hoping to do, but nope no go. Maybe I’ll learn it by this time next year!

Instead you get a bunch of numbers in a not pretty post. I’ve broken it up into two different parts – stats from this past year and stats from since I started the blog. Some of them are guestimates, but a lot are facts found in the fun stats feature of WordPress. Basically you all rock! I would blog regardless of whether or not I had readers, but when I actually take the time to look at the stats I’m overwhelmed, so really all I can say is thank you, thank you, thank you!

JULY 2013 – JULY 2014

Views: 22,2112

Visitors: 13,772

  • Visitors from 142 Countries
  • Top Five: United States, United Kingdom, Australia, India
  • One visitor from each: Andorra, Belize, Bolivia, Burundi, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Iceland, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Montenegro, Myanmar, Oman, Senegal, Sierra Leone, United Republic of Tanzania, Yemen, Zambia.



Search Terms: I combined multiple instances so if it was the author and a title in the top page or so, I combined them; same thing with misspellings of titles and major characters.

Most Viewed Day: December 4, 2013: 340 – No clue why, but I posted my review of TBM‘s Marionette that day.

JULY 2010 – JULY 2014

Views: 57,421

  • Visitors from 157 countries
  • Top Five: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and India
  • Top Five non English Speaking*: France (6), Germany (8), Netherlands (9), Spain (10) and Italy (11)
  • One visitor from each: Afghanistan, Andorra, Anguilla, Belize, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Greenland, Haiti, Kazakhstan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Libya, Liechtenstein, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Myanmar, Saint Lucia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, Yemen

*Where English is NOT an official language (at least according to Wikipedia). The Philippines was number seven.

Comments: 3,391

Posts: (Limited to non-quote posts.)


Search Terms:

Tags and Categories:

  • Books (149)
  • Fiction (118)
  • American (93)
  • Love (90)
  • Relationships (87)

Totals, Followers and Shares:



11 thoughts on “Four Years: Part 3 – Numbers, Numbers, Numbers!”

  1. Thanks for sharing your stats! I’m always a bit nervous about sharing mine, for fear of seeming braggy to people with lower stats and for fear of looking silly to people with higher stats, but I didn’t feel judgy about yours so I should probably trust other people not to be judgy about mine. Instead, it was just fun and interesting to see how your blog has done this year and especially to get a feel for your biggest referrers. I don’t check that stat on my own blog enough and I think it’s very informative.


    1. I think that too about sharing my numbers, but as I’m not really playing a numbers game I don’t mind sharing them. It’s mostly so that I can look back next year and see how things have changed!


  2. I love me some stats. Mine are not quite as impressive though, so I’ll be keeping those to myself, but I enjoy occasionally seeing these kind of updates on other blogs. Something satisfying about a list of stats.


    1. Haahaa mine are what they are and I don’t mind sharing them. Like I said it’s mostly too give me a snapshot since it doesn’t let you out dates in. And embrace yours they are what they are.


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