Friday, April 1, 2011

The Word is Out on Year D

I thought you might be interested in knowing where Year D is being read with interest and put to use.

90.8% of the traffic is from the US, and 3.5% from Canada. No big surprise there, since the electronic announcements I sent out last autumn went almost entirely to contacts in the North American church.

What is interesting is where the rest of the traffic comes from (in descending order): Germany, Russia, South Korea, and the UK, make up a little less that 1% each.

The next group: China, Croatia, France, and Brazil, a bit less than 0.5% each.

Other sources of light but measurable traffic include (in no particular order): Denmark, VietNam, Australia, New Zealand, Belarus, Chile, Ghana, Malawi, Egypt, Malaysia, Israel, and - would you believe it? - Iran. (The list is not exhaustive.)

No doubt some of this traffic is mere trolling, aimless browsing, etc. But much of it is also undoubtedly word of mouth and ... the Spirit at work! To God be the glory!

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