We at MCN have a web tracker that looks at how many hits our website, receives. In the past month we have had about 20,000 hits. About half are from the US. Then it gets interesting. In order of descending visits, we are being viewed by the following top countries:
United Kingdom, Iran, Canada, China, Saudi Arabia, Russian, India, Jordan, Belgium, and Columbia
In all, 24 countries give us more than 100 hits. And in total we are viewed in 163 countries, including Botswana, Cameroon and Vanuatu.
I don’t get it. Why is Iran number 3? And how do people in these places find us and what is their interest in MCN? At the time of this writing, and likely for the far foreseeable future, we are quite busy with our operations North America.
If anyone can help us understand the disproportionate interest in certain regions, please let us know in a comment.
James R MacLean says
Seriously? It’s the vicissitudes of search engine algorithms. Your sample size is far too small for it to be meaningful, so a word buried somewhere could have a cataclysmic [rolls eyes] effect.