Monday, February 08, 2010

Visitors from Around the World

On January 28, Rachel commented having seen a reader on my website from Vietnam. It got me watching the FEEDJIT Live Traffic Feed to see if any there were any other folks from foreign lands hopping onto my site. Well, to date I have documented 29. In trying to find out what leads them to News from DD4’s Cottage, I can only surmise it is the entries related to the Olympics.

Here is the list of places I have noticed:

Le Raincy,Région Île-de-France
Tizi, Ouzou, Algeria
Jakarta, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia
Ridadh, Audi Arabia
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Santa Cruz de la, Bolivia
Antioquia, Columbia
Athens, Greece
São Paulo, Brazil
Cartago, Valle del Cauca, Columbia
Saint Helier, UK (English Channel)
Taipei, Tai-pei, Taiwan
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
Pune, Maharashtra, India
Dublin, Ireland
Madrid, Spain
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Barcolona, Catalunya, Spain
Jakarta, Indonesia
Lisbon, Portugal
Bogotá, Columbia
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Stadtwald, Thurigen, Germany
Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador
Oslo, Norway
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Paris, France
Poznań - Wielkopolskie, Poland

When talking to Peder about this, he told me I could show the map that FEEDJIT Live Traffic Feed has been keeping for me. You can see it here.


Dreams and Aspirations said...

hey and I was here from Melbourne Victoria.

C. Randy said...

Hey Donna, I don't mean to put a damper on your hype... that entries about the Olympics are drawing people to your website/Blog... But really, it could be ANY entry you've made. I've done searches with a variety of search words, phrases, etc. and more than once have come up with Blog entries from others who have made the same entries that relate to my search criteria. It's really incredible (and scary!) what web search-engines (like Google) can pull from one's own Blog entries for the world to read.

But, no worries for now - enjoy the opening ceremony(s), and whatever else you find to see and do! Good times, good times, but please take care... we want you back here safely, too, 'k? :)