According to WordPress, I have been blogging for a whole year! Last year at this time, when mom and Aunt Amanda convinced me to start a blog about a doggie’s adventures in Africa, I had no idea I’d still be here and still be blogging. But, here I am, a year later, and I’m still at it. Thanks to mom’s PhD advisor, I get to enjoy the warmth and the sun for 5 extra, bonus months!
Here’s an interesting fact that WordPress told me: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. My blog got about 6,400 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed my blog, it would have taken 11 years to get that many views.
Since mom has been sitting in front of her computer for the last 3 days doing what she calls “data analysis”, I figured I’d get into the data-spirit and share some more interesting blog facts with you all.
The busiest day of the year on my blog was August 9th. I had 134 views of my blog that day and the most popular post on that day was Happy Nane Nane!
My top posts last year were:
4. Konyagi Prom
I always wonder, other than Facebook, how do people find my blog? Well here are the top search terms that led people to my blog:
3. Madaraka Nyerere
4. Setavin Hotel Musoma
5. Sukuma People
One of the funnest things is to see where the viewers of my blog live. Here’s a map so you can see:
That’s 76 countries in all! The top countries that viewed my blog were:
1. United States
3. United Kingdom
The post that got the most comments was Twiga. Apparently ya’ll were just as excited as I was about my new kitty brother.
And last, but not least, here’s your top 5 favorite images that I uploaded last year (after all, my favorite part of blogging is sharing a little piece of Africa with you and the best way to do that is through photos!):
Thanks to all my viewers for making my blog worthwhile. If I was able to help other doggies or dog-parents or even teach you something new about Africa, then I feel pretty darn great about the past year. Here’s to more Tito travel adventures!