The Ham & Egger Files blog reaches 300,000 pageviews.
The Ham & Egger Files blog recently saw the 300,000 visitor to the site! Amazing considering that this time last year less than 130,000 people had visited the blog, and between December 2006 when I set-up the blog until December 2011 there were 100,000 pageviews.
While writing this post the most recent visitors to the blog have been from the UK, USA, Italy, Japan and Russia. The all-time top visitors by country are the UK, USA, Russia, Germany and France. While overall the Ham & Egger Files has been visited by people in 115 countries - with the last ten 'new' countries being Andorra, Uruguay, Malta, Tanzania, Equador, Iraq, Laos, Bolivia, Antigua & Barbuda and Mozambique!
The most popular blog posts on the site are about Minigolf courses in & around London, me and Emily's Crazy World of Minigolf Tour, the Dinosaur Safari Adventure Golf course in Arkley, playing Crazy Golf on Selfridges' roof, Bad Postcards and a broken sign on a shop in Stevenage! A fairly diverse mix.
As a Coeliac I also blog about Gluten Free stuff and while none of my blog posts make the all-time top viewed posts the most popular amongst them include a trip to Merrivale in Great Yarmouth, Gluten Free Beers I've sampled (hic), Gluten Free Fish & Chips we've found on our travels, Gluten Free Sausages & Black Pudding and more Black Pudding (& a Haggis),
Thank you to everyone for reading my blog, commenting on posts, suggesting places to go, things to do, gluten free things to eat & drink, Minigolf & Crazy Golf courses to play and new sports & games to try. Many thanks also go to people linking to the site. Special thanks go to Tim 'Ace Man' Davies at MiniatureGolfer.com - the premier resource for anything Minigolf-related - for all the links too.
Related Blog Posts:
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour