I have a big contingent of hits on my blog from India.
Yeah, you know why. (If you seriously don’t know, check here.)
But I have hits from all over the place. I have my buddy HalfCrazy in the Philippines, and Annie up in Canada. I even got a hit from the southern tip of Africa, though my ridiculous hit-counter map didn’t tell WHERE in Africa (looks like somewhere in South Africa, but my geography’s REALLY rusty, so who knows?). I’ve got views from the UK, and from Europe, but I can’t top the US and India for my hits.
No one in China likes me, apparently. Japan either. I’ve had visitors from Australia and New Zealand, too, but nothing recently. I just don’t have worldwide appeal. Big surprise there, huh?
South America? Nope, No appeal.
I did get a hit from Central America – Nicaragua, to be precise. And I know once in a while my buddy Damyanti will come by from Malaysia and say hello. So I have at least one interested party in that neck of the woods.
The Russians don’t care what I have to say, either. I don’t seem to appeal to the middle eastern bloc either. Go figure on THAT one too. Heh.
What about you? What exotic visitors have you had to your blog? What’s your worldwide appeal like? Most of you have some sort of visit tracking widget on your blog, be it the MapLoco utility like mine, SiteMeter’s tools, or whatever. Where does the bulk of your traffic come from, and what’s the farthest-flung reach you’ve managed?
Sound off, y’all.