Friday, September 24, 2010

Last Months Traffic - where are the Chinese?

Since resurecting my blog I have seen a significant increase in traffic. From only 10 visitors per month to over 2000. I hope to maintain this growth and get it to a sufficient level that I can one day not have to work any more because of the advertising revenue. Last month I earned £4.04 from the various forms of advertising on this blog. It's not going to set the world on fire as it stands at the moment - but if I can increase that 200 fold (as I have already done once) then life would be a whole lot easier.

I was particularly interested in where my visitors were coming from. I logged into my analytics account and looked at the data. I had received visitors from over 60 countries! Here is that information:






United Kingdom
211



United States
206



Canada
35



Denmark
23



Australia
21



Sweden
15



Philippines
13



India
13



Germany
12



Netherlands
12



Finland
10



Poland
8



France
8



Greece
7



Vietnam
7



Indonesia
6



Pakistan
6



Italy
5



Romania
5



Thailand
4



Mexico
4



Sri Lanka
4



Japan
4



Brazil
4



Croatia
4



Austria
4



Argentina
4



Chile
3



Belgium
3



Hungary
3



Norway
3



Macedonia [FYROM]
3



Czech Republic
3



Singapore
3



Serbia
3



Georgia
3



Switzerland
3



Israel
3



Portugal
3



Bulgaria
3



Spain
3



Malaysia
3



New Zealand
3



Turkey
3



Saudi Arabia
3



Slovenia
3



South Africa
2



(not set)
2



Ghana
2



Egypt
2



Algeria
1



Russia
1



South Korea
1



Hong Kong
1



Latvia
1



Colombia
1



Ukraine
1



Slovakia
1



Ireland
1



Ecuador
1



Tunisia
1



Montenegro
1



Belarus
1



Lithuania
1



Albania
1



Iran
1

3 comments:

Akhtar said...

Please write something that is of interest for Chinese specifically.

G said...

I don't think it would make a difference as the domain blogspot.com seems to be banned by the great firewall of china. I got a friend to see if he could access my site from china - and he couldn't.

Tony Oliver said...

true