Richard Armitage following an interview flashes a thumbs up to his fans. "Well done, ladies. How far-flung our little community has become!"
(Richard Armitage Net)
Here at WordPress we have a slew of statistics available to us–number of total views, views by post/page, search engine terms, and so forth. I can also now see the countries where my blog is being read. I knew, of course, I had a number of readers from other countries; after all, Mr. A is better known in other parts of the world than he is here in the U.S, for now at least.
Still, when I look at the overall summary of the nations where The Armitage Effect has been viewed since its inception in early February, I can only say, “Wow.”
More than 75 countries. Again, wow.
Now, granted a couple of dozen of those countries have only one or two hits–likely people looking up info on Impressionist artists, or tattoos or “pictures of tied-up guys” and not specifically Richard Armitage, actor. Still, I am impressed by the increasing interest shown in this amazing gentleman.
Here are the top 25 countries for all-time views starting with number one: the U.S., closely followed by the U.K., Australia, Hungary, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Spain, Finland, Austria, Netherlands, Italy, France, Turkey, Norway, Brazil, Romania, the Czech Republic, New Zealand, Serbia, Russian Federation, Argentina and Switzerland.
Let’s see, that includes the continents of North America, South America, Australia, Europe and Asia. I think that just leaves Antarctica and Africa (and there are a few hits from South Africa, Tunisia and Morocco).
Not bad, Richard, my dear–not bad at all. And I only see the Armitage effect (and I don’t just mean this blog) continuing to make a greater and greater impact on this world. So much talent, intelligence, dedication, beauty, sweetness, sexiness and sheer deliciousness deserves to be recognized.
And it couldn’t happen to a more deserving fellow.