Sunday, January 16, 2011

Where Do You All Come From?

Hi there. Last week I ventured into the analytics of 2010 hits for my blogs - On the Way and ZAP. To my surprise I discovered that you, my wonderful friends, live all over the world. Take a look:

1. Countries (21):
Australia
Brazil
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Latvia
Malaysia
New Zealand
Norway
Russia
South Africa
Switzerland
Thailand
Uganda
United Kingdom
United States

2. States in the U.S (41):
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Interesting, don't you think?


Thank you for coming such great distances to stop by and chat. Always good to see you, my friend.

Cheers,

Mark

6 comments:

robinofrockridge said...

You're now global, Mark. Way to go!
Congrats!

Mark Adair said...

Hi Robin. Thanks for reading. Global...sounds...hmmm...fictional. Although, I guess we all are these days...global, not fictional. :)

N. R. Williams said...

It's fun to see where people live. I have a flag counter at the bottom of my post that I think is really cool.

I loved your comment on Helen Ginger's blog about my post. Nice to meet you.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, fantasy author

Helen Ginger said...

Good thing about the Internet is that you can visit folks all over the world without being cramped into a teeny airplane seat. Hi from Texas.

Mark Adair said...

Hi Nancy! I know what you mean - finding out where people press those keys on their computers and other devices never ceases to amaze me. I should probably take some time and locate a few of those countries on a map. :) Such a small world.

Hi Helen, from Texas! Yes, great to visit with them without cramming into an airplane and fighting for armrest space. In the 80s I spent several years in a Dallas suburb. One of my kids was born there. :)

Frank Zubek said...

Hi Mark
Good luck with your work!

Frank Zubek