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Our year in statistics

January 2, 2012

It’s been a good year on the Mandarin Immersion Parents Council blog. Thanks to all our readers and writers. As always, we love getting articles, ideas and submissions. Please drop us a note at immersioneducation (at) gmail (dot) com

Here are some stats for 2011:

This blog was viewed about 60,000 times in 2011. On average, each post was viewed by 377 people. (for a very niche blog, that’s pretty good.) Every day we get between 100 and 150 people stopping by to read us. The busiest day of the year was October 20th with 339 views. The most popular post that day was Staying bilingual is the hard part.

In 2011, there were 159 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 385 posts. There were 47 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 19mb. That’s about 4 pictures per month.

The most common sites that referred people to us were:

Yahoo mail

Bayarea.todaysmama.com

Facebook

Jose Ortega School

Visitors who found us through searching, mostly used the terms

mandarin immersion parents council and

mandarin immersion.

We have an international audience. Most of our readers came from the United States, Hong Kong and Canada.

 

Of our North American Readers

97.7% of readers are from the United States

2.1% from Canada

0.1% from Mexico

 

In Asia

41.4% were from Hong Kong

15.2% from the Philippines

11.2% from Singapore

8.8% from Taiwan

5.4% from Malaysia

 

In Europe, most came from England

32.2% from the United Kingdom

21.9% from Germany (Thanks to the new school in Berlin!)

6.6% from the Netherlands

6.3% from France

5.6% from Spain

 

In Oceania

75.8% were from Australia

24.2% from New Zealand

 

Our most popular posts last year were:

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