Posted by: Zsuzsanna | February 23, 2008

Updated ClustrMap

If you have ever looked at the ClustrMap visitor counter to the right, you may be interested to find out that you can now zoom in on the map.

You can also click on “Map with smaller clustrs” to see just that – a map where the clusters (IP addresses in the same vicinity) are broken down into smaller units. It’s kind of like the area code on your phone, giving people a general idea of your location without giving them your exact address.

ClustrMaps does NOT show each individual reader of this blog, nor does it give me a list of their IP addresses.

It has been fun – albeit puzzling – to see how many different people look at my blog. Certainly feel free to leave a comment next time you stop by, I love to get feedback.

It has come to my attention that a lot of recent visitors have stumbled upon this site after viewing a YouTube clip from one of my husband’s sermons. Although I will not post it here as to not add to the hype, you could probably find it very easily by following some of my links. Since the clip was first posted a month ago exactly, it has been viewed over 60,000 times on YouTube alone. I guess Google listed it as the #10 most blogged video clip on the internet today.

Some people just really need to get a life.

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Responses

  1. That is really neat!

  2. Google Analytics will give you the IP and location of your blog visitors…if you’re into that sort of thing.

  3. People post things on YouTube in order for others to watch them, no?

  4. Great, and then the spammers will come! Grrrr!!!

    Jasmine.


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