Saturday, August 21, 2010

Where In The World Are You?

One of the fun things about having a blog is seeing where visitors come from. On the right hand side of my blog there is a map of the world showing recent visitors. There is also a link to feedjit which shows how people arrive at my blog: from Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, coming from links on other sites or by some Google search.

When I see certain locations, I usually know who the people are. For example, there's a crew of friends in California, Kellie, Marcia, Diane and Rachel. There's also Debra in Massachusetts.

When I blog about certain things, there is the expected traffic from known areas. Like when I recently blogged about rewarding excellent customer service. I wrote about Debra at the Hyatt Regency in Milwaukee. And sure enough there was loads of traffic from Milwaukee.

I get excited when I see a visitor has come from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Why? That's the home of Kalmbach Publishing: the fabulous people who bring us the magazine and bead show Bead and Button. Hello whoever you are!!

Which brings me to the gist of this blog. Please leave a comment saying hello and tell me where you are from and how you came to visit my blog.

Who is that person in Moscow?
Who's Coppell, Texas?
Who's Angus, Ontario?

You don't have to have a blogger account, I think you can comment anonymously.

Whoever you are and wherever you're from, thanks for visiting!

Dixon Chick out!

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  1. isnt it just fascinating how we are ALL connected.... I love it!
    (and YAY, I made the DIXONCHICK BLOG! im puttin on my Tiara right NOW!)

  2. Silly Chick - it's Wannietta up in Angus!!!

  3. Hi Stephanie, I hope you figure out your far away mystery people. You have probably figured out I'm the visitor from Markham.

    Now I'm going to have to go check out Wannietta's blog because that's one heck of a long, intriguing title!