Statistics geek…. Readers from 78 countries!

Shipping is truly a global industry. Yet, when I started writing my blogposts three years ago during quiet evenings in Lagos/Nigeria, I never expected to have readers from such a diverse range of countries. Now counting 78 countries, they represent a good span of regions, cultures and religions, including quite surprising locations such as; Saudi Arabia, Togo, Equatorial Guinea, Nepal, Myanmar, Jamaica, Pakistan, Taiwan, Uganda, Qatar, Israel and Lebanon. Can´t help but wonder how my thoughts and ideas are perceived in these various sites, and expect that more than a few of the previously written blog posts would really have gotten me in loads of trouble if I lived elsewhere… Lashing out at the government, supporting various human rights causes and challenging seniors – that´s when you should really appreciate being based in a country where you won´t be put in jail for using the freedom of speech.. Checking out the details of the WordPress statistics, I found that the 30 top countries my readers represent are;

  1. Norway
  2. UK
  3. United States
  4. Sweden
  5. Singapore
  6. Spain
  7. Netherlands
  8. Argentina
  9. Denmark
  10. France
  11. Brazil
  12. Nigeria
  13. Germany
  14. Cyprus
  15. Greece
  16. Italy
  17. Canada
  18. United Arab Emirates
  19. Turkey
  20. Hong Kong
  21. Russia
  22. Australia
  23. Philippines
  24. Indonesia
  25. Switzerland
  26. Mexico
  27. Belgium
  28. India
  29. Portugal
  30. South-Korea

The complete map of readers: Skjermbilde 2014-10-20 kl. 02.01.26

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