Electric Puppet going global!

Just a quick point- I was checking the stats for this blog earlier when I found that today I’ve had a visitor to my page in JAPAN. I know that this may seem like a daft thing for me to really get excited about, but I am genuinely surprised that this blog has been viewed on the other side of the world, and get excited every time it is seen outside of the UK. The majority of my views have come from the UK, followed closely by the USA, but I’ve also had a number of views from Germany and Switzerland, and the occasional view from Canada, France, Croatia and even Mauritius. See for yourself:

Views to this blog by country, as of 11/10/13

Views to this blog by country, as of 11/10/13. Click image for detail.

It’s probably stupid of me, but I never imagined that I might manage to reach a global audience with this. Granted, many of these are single views, and that might not count as a ‘global audience’, but… Anyhoo- please comment if you are viewing this blog from outside of the UK; it would be great to get feedback from you all! And thank you! If you are not doing so already, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS PAGE, and PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ‘like’ the Facebook page. So far, everyone on the Facebook page is a friend of mine, so it wold be great if my followers would like it too and spread the word!




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