Blog Visitors in 2017

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I’m not exactly a famous blogger. Yes, there are some people who follow my blog (they get an email each time I put up a new post). But that number pales in comparison to bloggers who are famous, and whose followers number in the thousands, even into the millions. I’m particularly thinking of food bloggers since restaurants and food are what I tend to write about though not exclusively. So, even though my traffic numbers are comparatively small, when I look at my stats and see where people who stop by here are coming from, I’m shocked. I expect to see the U.S. regularly listed, but Ethiopia? Nigeria? Really?!!

I imagine you’re asking, “What posts are these people looking at?” Well, since I post a lot about Eleven Madison Park – o.k., a lot, a lot! – when people search the web looking for information about EMP, my posts undoubtedly show up. No surprise, then, that those are popular. However, there is one non-EMP post which shows up time and time again: “Removing the Fallen Tree, Tarping the Roof, Assessing the Damage, and Grinding the Stump.” I’m stumped (mind the pun!) as to why it generates such traffic. Is there no other information on the World Wide Web regarding trees falling on houses?

With the U.S. on top, as it should be, here’s a list in alphabetical order of the countries from which people visited during the second half of December.

United States
Algeria
Antigua & Barbuda
Australia
Brazil
Canada
Croatia
Denmark
Ethiopia
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Morocco
Netherlands
Nigeria
Poland
Romania
Spain
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
United Kingdom
Vietnam

Regardless of how you got here and where you are from, my sincerest thanks to all of you for your readership!

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2 Responses to “Blog Visitors in 2017”

  1. dave Says:

    such a class act roz; you thanking me your humble reader. many thanks to you and michael for sharing so many of your dining pleasures. all the best to you and your family in 2018.

  2. Ttrockwood Says:

    I don’t comment much but am a longtime reader, actually in nyc myself yet without the means to enjoy fine dining so frequently. I admire your joie de vivre and enthusiasm for cuisine as the art form it is.

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