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Visitors in Year One

August 7, 2010

We haven’t had the opportunity to make many posts so far this summer (sorry!), but we didn’t want to miss the chance to celebrate The Whip Blog’s One Year Anniversary.  The little world map widget on the right side of the blog (not the photo above) has been tracking the countries that visitors arrive here from since August 15, 2009, and when August 15, 2010 arrives, it will reset to a blank map to begin a new year.

It is exciting to see how many people from all over the world are interested in whips and whipcracking, and have stumbled upon The Whip Blog.  The internet has been a powerful tool to help people learn more about whips, whipcracking, whipmaking, and also an avenue to help whip enthusiasts find each other and be able to meet and crack whips together in person.

The red and gray map pictured above shows the countries that The Whip Blog’s visitors have come from between August 15, 2009 and 2010.  There are 58 visitors’ countries, shown in red – that’s over a quarter of all of the countries that exist in the world!  Top visiting countries (in quantity of visits) include the United States, Poland, United Kingdom, Canada, Peru, Australia, Japan, France, Germany, Spain, Russia, and the Netherlands.  You can click on the red and gray map above for a larger picture with better detail showing all 58 of the countries.

So, we really just want to thank everyone who has visited The Whip Blog, everyone who has given us suggestions for whip-related blog posts (keep it up!), everyone who has shared his or her whip-related experiences with us, and most especially all of you who are doing what you can, in your own way, to share your enjoyment and knowledge of whips with others.

Thank you!

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