I can only speak for this site, and we can talk about English-speaking people only, but of a total of 54,536 visits since this site opened on Oct. 15, 2010, the distribution was:
- United States 31,883
- Canada 4,776
- United Kingdom 3,278
- Australia 2,180
- Netherlands 1,966
- Germany 770
- France 660
- Sweden 648
- Italy 611
- Spain 510
In total, the readers came from 140 countries.
These statistics differ from the ones I quoted you last week because Google Analytics is counting visits while my Site Stats counter counts page views or hits. If we keep in mind that during the 54,536 visits, the visitors read a total of 152,904 pages (or hits), then we have a statistic that lines up.
On average each visitor read 2.8 pages per visit.
Clearly those statistics lack the numbers of Dutch speakers in the Netherlands who read about the subject, German speakers in Germany, etc.
That’s three weeks of visits so 18,000 visits a week. Given that there are nearly 7 billion people on the planet, and that 750 million people speak English as a first or second language (about equally divided), the subjects of 2012 and Ascension cannot be said to be burning up the Internet – yet.
However, here are more matters to keep in mind. A large number of you don’t visit the site at all but receive your daily paper at your doorstep so the 54,536 visits may not even count your activities.
Of the people who come to the site, 27,313 already knew about the site and came directly; 16,890 were referred by sites like David Wilcock’s, Drunvalo Mlechizedek’s, or Rumor Mills New; 9,111 came across the site from search engines; and 1,232 found it by other means.
So what that says is that half of all visitors already knew about it and half just discovered it in the past three weeks or came for the first time.
So half the total visits are people new to the site, perhaps not necessarily new to the subject. But this is evidence of increasing exploration and discovery occurring, even if the planet itself may not be rolling over and sitting up.
Finally, the top post besides the home page was the article, “Decloaking Did Occur on October 13, 2010,” published on Oct. 14. That event also sparked a tremendous increase in visits. The largest single number of visits in one day was Oct. 15, two days after the decloaking, at 14,052 on the old site.
Oct. 19 saw 12,102 come to the new site. I believe that was the result of tracking the many other decloakings that had occurred since Oct. 13. After that, site visits levelled off.
So many more people come and visit 2012/Ascension sites like this after a major event, which should tip us off that people will be looking for explanations after a financial crash, decloaking, disclosure, or other major international event.