Friday, April 13, 2007

Readership Up Nearly 100% in Two Months - Now Includes Readers from 153 Cities in 38 Countries

Since the Colvin Run Habitat Blog was started, 143 stories have been posted. Since October 9 when I began counting, 865 unique visitors from 153 cities in 38 countries on 6 continents have stopped by and read 2390 pages. Two months ago, the numbers were 101 postings and 1230 pages read by, 487 unique visitors from 86 cities, in 27 countries, on 6 continents stopped by and read 1230 pages. If you are interested in seeing a map of reader locations, you can click on the world map on the bottom of the right hand column or go to a shared Microsoft Live Search Map showing Colvin Run visitors (which does not show all of the North American cities yet).
During the last two months, the Colvin Run Habitat Blog has appeared on several first pages of search returns for Google, Yahoo, and other search engines. For example, search on 'red-tailed fox' on Google. Also, the photos from the Blog have been made available independent of the blog postings. You can always see the photos by clicking on the Colvin Run Photo Archive photo at the top of the right hand column.
As you can see from today's last photo, the Colvin Run Habitat enjoys visitors who clearly do not read the blog. This is Coco, my favorite dog in Virginia, who if let loose will follow his nose to the most recent resting place of the fox.

To all of you readers, many thanks. To all who have posted the link to the Colvin Run Habitat Blog on your blog, a special thanks.

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