Tuesday, April 15, 2014

50,000 Visitors!

We finally reached 50,000 visitors!

Look closely at the six ClustrMap below. What do you notice about our visitors?

The top 15 countries that have visited our blog are:


Please share some of your observations about our visitors! 

Do we have more coastal visitors or are they more inland?
Are any of our visitors from urban centers? 

What do you about blogging?


  1. Dear Mrs. Ranney and Class,

    Congratulations on having over 50,000 visitors that is an amazing achievement! I loved seeing that there were visitors from around the world.

    Surprisingly, Texas followed California in having the most visitors. I can't believe that someone blogged from Cairo, Egypt. Additionally, I would never have guessed that the Philippines would have the third highest amount of visitors after England and Canada.

    Blogging is a great way to get families online and I have thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of the photos of the class activities online this year.

    All the best,
    Sybil (Lucas' Mom)

    1. Dear Mom,

      Thanks for commenting on my class blog during family blogging month. When we go to Santa Fe over break we should blog from there.

      What are you doing over the Spring Break? If you leave Calabasas blog from where you travel to because it will be really exciting to see the yellow dots on the cluster map and to see where we all were.


  2. Dear Mrs. Ranney and class,

    Congratulations on your milestone! It is exciting to see where all the visitors are from!

    I was examining your visitors and comparing them to ours. Our top three visitors are U.S.A., Australia. and Canada. We also had a lot of visitors from the United Arab Emirates. If you search population of the United Arab Emirates, you will see they have had quite a population growth. It is interesting to see the population of each visiting country. What has caused the spike in population?

    What are your top three states?

    Again, congratulations!

    Mrs. Y♥llis


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