I know I am not the only one who wonders who reads their blog.
First and foremost, of course, are all of my fellow Slow Travel bloggers, especially during February when we vowed to post every day.
But, other than that, I wonder who comes to my blog and how they get there.
Well, Sitemeter helps to answer that question. Sitemeter keeps track of blog activity and (most of the time) shows how people got there.
My results were kind of surprising.
Other than my Slow Travel friends, the most "hits" I got were for the blog entry I made on the Fairbanks Ice Festival. Go figure!
Second, I think, was the blog entry I made about James Dean.
Third, to the best of my recollection, was my entry about the Apple Gorgonzola Salad.
These all seemed to be Google or Yahoo seaches. I couldn't find any Sitemeter statistics for YTD hits on particular entries, so this is just my estimate of the results. A lot of the hits for the first and second choices were from foreign countries.
Just this morning, I got hits on my blog from France, Austria, and Chile, and they were all Google searches for James Dean! Amazing!