World of Blyton Blog has hit 1,000 views!

It’s true, today at just 17 days old the World of Blyton Blog has been viewed 1,000 times. Actually 1,081 times as I am writing this. Stef and I have become quite obsessed with all the statistics that are generated about our blog, including where our readers are from – here’s the top 10 countries:

Country Views
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 735
Australia FlagAustralia 132
India FlagIndia 37
United States FlagUnited States 29
South Africa FlagSouth Africa 25
Malaysia FlagMalaysia 22
Thailand FlagThailand 21
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 15
Indonesia FlagIndonesia 13
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 10

We’ve so far had 37 comments and have 18 subscribers, as well as different 6 authors contributing – 7 if you include Enid Blyton! We’ve also had views from Germany, Italy, Spain, Finland, Portugal, Ireland,  Russia, Singapore, Denmark, Republic of Korea, Greece, Switzeland, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Poland and France.

We’d just like to thank everybody who has taken the time to read our blog, and especially to those who have commented whether that’s here or on the Enid Blyton Society Forums. We are enjoying blogging, but knowing people are reading and enjoying our blog really makes us happy.

Photo credit: woodleywonderworks / Foter / CC BY

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2 Responses to World of Blyton Blog has hit 1,000 views!

  1. momo1954 says:

    Well done ladies and I am sure you will have many more people viewing your blog. Your blog contains the ” Blyton Essence”


  2. sunskriti says:

    Yep Momo! Blyton Essence it is!! Congrats, Fionab1896, and pippa-stef!


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