I recently reviewed a list of countries from which readers have accessed our blog and found it quite interesting. Thinking you might enjoy knowing who else is visiting us, here are the countries from which we’ve had visitors.
As you’d probably expect, we’ve had readers from the US and Canada.
From Jon’s side of the pond we’ve had readers from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden (presented in alphabetical order :-)
We’ve also had readers from Kuwait, Jordan, India and Nepal.
And from the other side of the world, we’ve had visitors from Australia, Singapore and Indonesia.
We’ve also had a dozen or so visitors whose country is not known to us (something to do with how they access the net I suspect).
Given that when I started out in proposals neither the worldwide web (aka – The Net) nor the APMP existed and most of us were “out there and alone”, it is most cool that the technology and the profession of proposals have come so far as to allow us to connect in this way.
*Yes, as many of you will have realized, this is a case of using the word “wherefore” incorrectly. As you know, the word “wherefore” is defined as “for what reason” or “why”. And it is often misused. Did you catch it? If not, perhaps you need to brush up on your Shakespeare.