This is the 6th Anniversary of my first post on International Liberty.
In honor of this moment (or at least to recognize a modest amount of endurance), let’s review some data on readership.
According to WordPress, there have been more than 8.7 million page views in that six-year period.
I don’t know if that’s good or bad, so let’s look at some data that’s more interesting.
There’s a site called Flag Counter that monitors the location of readers. I didn’t add it until the end of 2010, and it counts daily viewers rather than total page views, but that’s still plenty of data to see the degree to which people in various states and nations are interested (or disinterested) in my writings.
Far and away, the highest share of readers, relative to the population, can be found in Washington, DC.
I guess that’s no surprise with all the Capitol Hill…
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