Some stats. . .
- The average day between 1,000 and 1,500 people tune into the blog. . .
- My big scores have been on topics like the shortage of organists (70,000 read that one) and first communion instruction (nearly 30,000 looked at that). . .
- For 2017, some 10,000 folks found the Roman appointment of a pro-LBGTQ bishop interesting. . .
- In June of 2016 2,500 people a day visited the blog -- a score not repeated since in a month. . .
- More than 2 Million readers are from the USA but second on the list, and a surprise, are the 100K from Russia (then follows Canada and the UK and France. . . who knew so many folks in Russia and France were interested in a little Lutheran blog of dubious value!). . .
- What I found most curious is that the majority of you use Chrome to find your way here, followed by Internet Explorer and Firefox. . .
- Three times the number of visitors use a Windows platform as use an Apple one. . .
- Most find me through Google but almost as many through Facebook (is someone posting my stuff there???). . .
- I am heading in on 3 Million total readers (though only 226 now follow the blog). . .