The Bonding Tool 2014 Blog Stats

I know I haven’t been blogging the past couple of months but I am very grateful for the love as shown according to The Bonding Tool 2014 blog stats by WordPress!

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. The Bonding Tool blog was viewed about 360,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 15 days for that many people to see it.

The busiest day of the year was October 12th with 2,250 views. The most popular post that day was “I’m Getting Married In The Morning!” – part of a serial posts on my elder daughter’s wedding.

My all time most popular recipe is “Char Bee Hoon” which I shared while living in Melbourne and the runners up are “Ayam Masak Lemak Cili Padi” and “Pig’s Trotter With Ginger and Vinegar” both were written when I came back to Singapore. The best reviewed restaurants are Kok Sen (Rustic Cantonese Cuisine) and Malaysian Local Delights (Wanna Lok Lok?). These are old posts and I am happy they have staying power. Links to these posts are available if you click on the names of the post titles which will redirect you to the appropriate page.

To date, I have clocked 482, 766 page views from 182 countries with unique readers from Belarus, Mongolia and even Kazakhstan! 11, 840 people gets informed via email each time I blog a new post. Singapore, my homeland, has the highest readership even though the blog was conceived in Melbourne (Australia was the leading viewership country when I first started).

Sam Absinthe

I cannot thank you enough but yes, THANK YOU, THANK YOU AND THANK YOU!!!

Click here to see detailed blog stats: https://thebondingtool.com/2014/annual-report/

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Comments
6 Responses to “The Bonding Tool 2014 Blog Stats”
  1. I Like, your awesome site is well worth the following. Happy New Year…
    ME

  2. Keep it up and continue bloggging. I love reading your blog and the beautiful picture and of course pretty you.

  3. daniellajoe says:

    Congrats Sam!!! you have a nice blog. I like your reviews even though I do not live any where near you… but it is still good to know 🙂

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