- It's a duh moment to say most readers come from the U.S. Second place goes to Australia, which kinda surprises me, followed by Canada and the U.K. Lots and lots of countries after that -- 87, if I'm reading my stats correctly. Cool.
- In the U.S., obviously Georgia dominates. Other places are, in order, California, Florida, New York, and Washington D.C. It's the last one I find interesting. The others are explained by sheer population size, but I suppose in D.C. some of my polcom stuff pops up.
- I get more referrals from Google searches than any other place. Again, obvious.
- The top search term? "Knowledge and emotion." This is followed by some form of "recall and recognition" and then "what people know." I'm happy to report "titular colonicity" is next. Also high: "chronic know-nothings" and "cognitive mobilization" and "political knowledge."
- My biggest days were during the 2008 U.S. presidential election, especially in September and October.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
How People Get Here
Some factoids about the What People Know blog: