Lupey Loops has been an experiment of sorts to see how far and wide the words can spread via the blogosphere. I have been keeping track and have some results to share.
Up until now, I had been keeping track of visitors' countries through the statistics generated by Blogger. Unfortunately, blogger only tells me the top ten sources (countries) of visitors each day. If there are more than 10, I won't know about it, and if I don't check daily, I might miss the statistic.
Of course, I do not always check in with the blog daily because I have a busy life. There may even be technical circumstances unbeknownst to me that prevent a visit from being logged in the statistics too.
It doesn't worry me how many pageviews or visitors come, but it is interesting to know and fascinating to see where they come from. At last I have found a "flag counter" gadget and have installed it today so from now on, it can remember how many countries have connected with Lupey Loops.
I don't have absolute faith in Blogger's information but, for what it's worth, I have kept a record of the countries from whence Lupey Loops' visitors have come, based on Blogger's reports:
77 countries so far!
Visitors to Lupey Loops have come from:
|France||Oman||United Arab Emirates|
I am impressed that there are so many visitors from non-English speaking countries. That says to me that crochet really can cross borders, break down barriers and be a common interest to bring people together no matter where in the world we are.
If you are still reading this (at the bottom of the page) then I say THANK YOU and I'm pleased to see you here! ;-)
If this is your first visit to Lupey Loops, I say THANK YOU again for taking the time to have a look. I will be pleased to meet you and hope to get to know you better. Feel free to leave comments as I love meeting people and having a chat. If you are feeling shy, emails to firstname.lastname@example.org are also welcome.
P.S. As I was checking the title of this post, I realised how appropriate it is that my doorbell has always played the tune "It's a Small World After All"