August 2014, most visits ever to my blog


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August 2014 was the month with most visits to my blog, ever since it moved to WordPress in December 2011: 29,316.

This is a bit unexpected, August being a summer month; and many blogs, including mine, usually get less visits in summer than in other seasons.

Before this August, the busiest month was, according to my WordPress counter, November 2012, with 28,225 visits.

There are differences between the November 2012 visits and the August 2014 visits.

The three blog posts, or pages, which attracted most visits in November 2012 were:

Title Views
British Thatcher aide accused of child abuse 5,507
Home page / Archives 3,360
Thatcher’s Downing Street child abuse scandal 964

So, two blog posts about that sexual abuse scandal, then much in the news in Britain, plus the home page, together accounted for 9,831 visits, over a third of total visits.

A more complete list of visits in November 2012 is here.

While in August 2014, visits were much more evenly spread over more pages.

The blog posts and pages, attracting most visits in August 2014:

Top Posts for 30 days ending 2014-09-01 (Summarized)

Title Views
Home page / Archives 3,340
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 223
Dutch nazi travelled to Ukraine 134
About 133
Saudi woman gets 150 whip lashes for driving 131
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 110
Most hated animals top 50 109
Britain’s national bird, new vote 95
Dutch nazis praise foreign mercenaries in Kiev’s army 79
New rail species discovery in California 76

500,000 visits milestone on this blog, thanks!


This video is called Creating a free WordPress blog – tutorial for beginners.

My counter has just marked that ever since my blog moved to WordPress in December 2011, there have been over 500,000 visits. Thanks, all visitors!

Which blog posts or pages attracted most visits, ever since December 2011?

Top Posts for all days ending 2014-08-30 (Summarized)

Title Views
Home page / Archives 75,019
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 6,184
British Thatcher aide accused of child abuse 5,897
About 4,340
After 35 years, wounds of Vietnamese napalm girl Kim Phuc still hurt 2,530
Poisonous caterpillars infest Spurn Point in England 2,529
Zambian lioness Lady Liuwa update 2,199
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 2,099
Günter Grass poem on Greece and austerity, English translation 1,966
Boy raped by priest, then castrated 1,786
USA: ancient Egyptian sarcophagus as corporate boss’ plaything 1,548
Most hated animals top 50 1,534
Dutch in Suriname, most cruel slave-masters 1,233
Lesser Antillean iguana in danger 1,203
Bronzino painting restored after prude censorship 1,181
Britain: Tony Blair’s own Watergate scandal 1,111
Thatcher’s Downing Street child abuse scandal 1,099
Awards 1,081
Rubens, Rembrandt, differences in what they painted 1,030
Stop whipping of raped Maldives girl 1,021
Dutch war crimes in Indonesia, photos 1,012
Will US soldier escape punishment for rape of Dutch girl? 1,004
Frequently asked questions 1,001

More Zemanta possibilities on my blog


This video is called Best Related Post Plugin For WordPress – Zemanta.

As I said before, there is Zemanta on my blog.

One option of Zemanta which I did not use until today was the Preferences option.

On the right of the Zemanta box, if one’s blog is in Visual mode, one can click on Preferences.

Then, a new window opens. There one can add either one’s own other blogs, or ‘blogs by others’ to one’s Preferences.

If you have managed to link these URL’s, next time you write a blog post in Visual mode, then you will be able to choose between Zemanta’s suggested links, and links from your own Preferences sites.

You can add URL’s either of blogs in the strict sense, or of many other Internet sites.

My first experience today was a bit complex: you can add Mongabay.com, but not Greenpeace. You can add British anarchist site Libcom.org, but not United States anarchist site Infoshop.org. A bit mysterious.

Still, I consider this an improvement to my blog possibilities.

Liebster Award, thanks Juliana Mare!


Liebster Award

Juliana Mare of the blog Juliana Mare | Journalism Portfolio has been so kind to nominate Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Liebster Award.

Thank you so much, my blogger friend!

Recipients of the Liebster Award must:

List 11 random facts about themselves
Answer the questions by the blogger who nominated you
Nominate 11 other blogs for the Liebster Blog Award and link to their blogs
Notify the bloggers of their award
Give the award winners 11 questions to answer once they accept the award

11 facts about myself:

1. Where did most visits to my blog come from today so far?

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 185
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 56
Indonesia FlagIndonesia 26
Australia FlagAustralia 14
Canada FlagCanada 12
Sweden FlagSweden 12
Germany FlagGermany 11
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 11
Philippines FlagPhilippines 6
India FlagIndia 6
Saudi Arabia FlagSaudi Arabia 5
Mauritius FlagMauritius 3
Belgium FlagBelgium 3

2. Where did most visits to my blog come from this week?

Top Views by Country for 7 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 3,077
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 524
Jamaica FlagJamaica 186
Canada FlagCanada 123
Bahrain FlagBahrain 122
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 109
Germany FlagGermany 92
Sweden FlagSweden 88
Australia FlagAustralia 87
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 75
Romania FlagRomania 70
India FlagIndia 57
France FlagFrance 55
Indonesia FlagIndonesia 51

3. Where did most visits to my blog come from this quarter?

Top Views by Country for 90 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 21,158
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 6,788
Jamaica FlagJamaica 2,172
Canada FlagCanada 1,901
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 1,802
Australia FlagAustralia 1,368
Sweden FlagSweden 1,355
Germany FlagGermany 1,243
France FlagFrance 1,173
India FlagIndia 903
Romania FlagRomania 611
Bahrain FlagBahrain 469
Belgium FlagBelgium 467
Italy FlagItaly 459
Spain FlagSpain 417
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 410

4. Which blog posts or pages brought most visits to my blog today?

Title Views
‘Dutch secret service, stop cover-up about war criminal’ 38
Home page / Archives 38
Pro-peace demonstration in Tel Aviv, Israel 7
Stop bloody Israel-Gaza war, peace movement says 6
Painter Kasimir Malevich, 1879-1935 6
Dutch nazis praise foreign mercenaries in Kiev’s army 6
Poisonous caterpillars infest Spurn Point in England 5
British-Saudi Arabian relations 4
Vulnerable young woman made homeless in London 4
David Cameron re-writes World War I history for 21st century war propaganda 4

5. Which blog posts or pages brought most visits to my blog this week?

Top Posts for 7 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

Title Views
Home page / Archives 691
‘Dutch secret service, stop cover-up about war criminal’ 75
Stop bloody Israel-Gaza war, peace movement says 52
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 51
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 42
Dutch nazis praise foreign mercenaries in Kiev’s army 40
About 35
West Ukrainians’ massive anti-war protests 29
Margaret Thatcher ‘knew about child abuse accusations, did nothing’ 28
North American mastodons and mammoths, new study 27

6. Which blog posts or pages brought most visits to my blog this quarter?

Top Posts for 90 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

Title Views
Home page / Archives 7,545
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 786
Dutch king’s pricey new car 373
Poisonous caterpillars infest Spurn Point in England 346
About 346
Most hated animals top 50 343
Dutch in Suriname, most cruel slave-masters 291
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 276
Dutch parents fear daughters forced into prostitution in Syria 266
Rubens, Rembrandt, differences in what they painted 221
Burger King contaminated food scandal in Germany 213
Stop ‘fox penning’ in North Carolina, USA 202

7. Which referrers referred most to my blog this quarter?

Referrers for 90 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

Referrer Views
Search Engines 24,561
Facebook 406
WordPress.com Reader 329
go.videoentertainmnt.com 324
topix.com 241
Reddit 227
WordPress Dashboard 195
Twitter 176
gawker.com 158
topix.net 103
en.gravatar.com/petrel41 75
birdforum.net 59

8. To which sites did my blog refer most this quarter?

Clicks for 90 days ending 2014-08-02 (Summarized)

URL Clicks
en.wikipedia.org 459
WordPress.com Media 111
change.org 63
wsws.org 54
morningstaronline.co.uk 54
independent.co.uk 35
nos.nl 34
r.zemanta.com 31
theguardian.com 30
metro.co.uk 23
hrexach.files.wordpress.com 23

9. Most popular topics on Dear Kitty. Some blog:

Topic Views
Human rights 747
Peace and war 609
Economic, social, trade union, etc. 472
Environment 425
Crime 418
UK 284
Biology 271
Netherlands 242
Women’s issues 233

If you tag your posts effectively, this panel will show you which topics get the most traffic. Snapshot generated from your top posts over the past week.

10. Top recent commenters at my blog:

swo8 75
Dr. Rex 45
donwreford 38
davidprosser 20
mjh333 18
Tish Farrell 17

11. Akismet has protected my blog from 304,698 spam comments, ever since I moved to WordPress in December 2011.

Juliana’s questions are:

1. In a fruit salad, what piece of fruit do you always choose first?

Pineapple.

2. When you travel, do you prefer planning every detail or just seeing where the road takes you?

I have to plan, as I don’t drive a car :)

3. Fill in the blanks. If I can accomplish _____ WORLD PEACE by the time I’m ____ DEAD, I’ll die happy.

4. If you could go back in time and change one event in history, what would it be?

Stopping World War I from starting; as it not only killed millions of people itself, but also contributed to many later wars up to now; very contrary to the official propaganda of it being ‘the war to end all wars’.

5. What’s the worst experience you’ve ever had at a restaurant?

Waiting for a very long time.

6. If you had to pick one outfit to wear for the rest of your life, what would it be?

The sturdiest one, least likely to get damaged in many years to come.

7. What’s your favourite episode from your favourite TV show and why?

The report on the 1992 Tour de France cycling race for women, the stage to Alpe d’Huez, high up in the Alps. Two cyclists were leading near the finish: Jeannie Longo from France, and Leontien van Moorsel from the Netherlands. Both riders did a track stand; which usually only happens in track cycling, not in road cycling, and certainly not in the mountain stage. See here.

8. Describe the best concert you’ve ever been to.

An ‘unofficial’ concert in London, announced just by one note in a shop, by the Clash, the Mo-dettes, and Ten Pole Tudor.

9. What’s the best piece of advice anyone has ever given you?

Start birdwatching.

10. If you were to face a boggart from Harry Potter, what form would it take?

A nuclear bomb.

11. If the Queen of England was invited to dine at your house, what three courses would you cook?

Three vegan courses, as a counterweight to all the hunting going on at royal courts.

My 11 new questions are:

1. Which country where you have never been to would you like to visit?

2. If you could travel on a spaceship, where in space would you like to go?

3. What is your favourite bird species?

4. What is your favourite mammal species?

5. What is your favourite plant species?

6. Who is your least favourite politician?

7. If you could go back in history, to which person would you like to talk?

8. If WordPress would stop, would you continue to blog elsewhere?

9. If yes to question 8, where would you blog then?

10. About which country which you visited do you have the best memories?

11. Do you play a musical instrument? If so, which one?

My 11 nominees are:

1. Jessica&Love

2. Eun S Seo

3. Sunshinebright

4. Carolina Mountain Blue

5. Eusociality Site

6. Bettywins

7. Fox Tales

8. Lostinthot

9. notestoponder

10. RACHELDICKERSON

11. Aiming to be green

Is blogging ‘terrorism’ in Cameron’s Britain?


This video says about itself:

UK Terrorism Law: Detention of David Miranda

25 August 2013

This video by Chaninat & Leeds law firm discusses the detainment of David Miranda at Heathrow airport under the UK Terrorism Act. It is inferred the reason for his detainment was due to his partner, Glenn Greenwald‘s reporting of the Edward Snowden situation.

The speaker is Anna Power, an experienced UK solicitor, and a journalist for Chaninat & Leeds, a Thailand law firm specializing in litigation in Thailand.

From daily The Guardian in Britain:

UK definition of terrorism ‘could catch political journalists and bloggers

Terror law watchdog says police and prosecutors have exceptional powers that must be confined to ‘their proper purpose’

Alan Travis, home affairs editor

Tuesday 22 July 2014 08.39 BST

The current British definition of terrorism is so broadly drawn that it could even catch political journalists and bloggers who publish material that the authorities consider dangerous to public safety, said the official counter-terrorism watchdog.

David Anderson QC, the official reviewer of counter-terrorism laws, said Britain had some of the most extensive anti-terrorism laws in the western world, which gave police and prosecutors the powers they needed to tackle al-Qaida-inspired terrorists, rightwing extremists and dissident Northern Irish groups.

“But if these exceptional powers are to command public consent, it is important they need to be confined to their proper purpose, and recent years have seen a degree of ‘creep’ in parliament that could be reversed without diminishing their impact”

In his annual report to be published on Tuesday, Anderson is expected to give three examples of how the terror laws were too widely drawn.

They included “actions aimed at influencing governments”, hate crime and what he called the “penumbra of terrorism”.

On the first, Anderson said Britain’s laws treated politically motivated publication of material thought to endanger life or to create a serious risk to the health or safety of the public as a terrorist act if it was done for the purpose of influencing the government.

He said in other European and Commonwealth countries the bar was set much higher and there must also be an “intention to coerce or intimidate”.

The watchdog said: “This means political journalists and bloggers are subject to the full range of anti-terrorism powers if they threaten to publish, prepare to publish something that the authorities think may be dangerous to life, public health or public safety.”

He warned that they could be branded as terrorists even if they had no intention to spread fear or intimidate, and those who employed or supported them would also qualify as terrorists.

The definition was so broad it would even catch a campaigner who voiced religious objections to a vaccination campaign on the grounds that they were a danger to public health.

The laws were so widely drawn that they now included preparatory and ancillary offences including “terrorism-related activity”, which were only used when a crime had been committed and so were unnecessary.

These definitions were so “overbroad” that they could catch a family member “who supports someone who encourages someone else to prepare an act of terrorism and could easily be limited by the home secretary”, the watchdog said.

Anderson said Britain quite rightly had very tough counter-terror laws that the public accepted so long as they were used only when necessary.

“But they can currently be applied to journalists and bloggers, to criminals who have no concern other than their immediate victim, and to those who are connected with terrorism only at several removes,” he said.

“This is not a criticism of ministers, prosecutors or police – who as a rule exercise either their remarkably broad discretions with care and restraint. But it is time parliament reviewed the definition of terrorism to avoid the potential for abuse and to cement public support for special powers that are unfortunately likely to be needed for the foreseeable future.”

Blacklist: The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist: here.

Very Inspiring Blogger Award, thank you Vijay!


Very Inspring Blogger Award

My friend Vijay of the blog Half-Eaten Mind has been so kind to nominate Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award.

Thanks for your generosity, dear Vijay!

The rules of this award are:

1. Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.

2. Display the award on your post.

3. List the award rules so your nominees will know what to do.

4. State 7 things about yourself.

5. Nominate 15 other bloggers for the award.

6. Contact your nominees to let them know you have nominated them. Provide a link to your post.

7. Proudly display the award logo (or buttons) on your blog, whether on your side bar, ABOUT page, or a special page for awards.

Seven things about myself:

1. Where did most visits to my blog come from so far today?

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 109
Jamaica FlagJamaica 45
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 19
Australia FlagAustralia 7
Saudi Arabia FlagSaudi Arabia 5
Canada FlagCanada 5
Switzerland FlagSwitzerland 3
Denmark FlagDenmark 3
Spain FlagSpain 3
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 2
Japan FlagJapan 2
Bangladesh FlagBangladesh 2
United Arab Emirates FlagUnited Arab Emirates 2

2. Where did most visits to my blog come from ever since WordPress started counting visits by country on 25 February 2012?

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 155,796
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 67,507
Canada FlagCanada 24,237
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 18,269
Jamaica FlagJamaica 13,478
Australia FlagAustralia 13,431
India FlagIndia 10,781
Germany FlagGermany 10,050
Greece FlagGreece 9,644
France FlagFrance 9,181
Romania FlagRomania 6,445
Sweden FlagSweden 6,236
Italy FlagItaly 4,633
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 4,517
Spain FlagSpain 4,457
Belgium FlagBelgium 4,346
Ireland FlagIreland 4,212
Philippines FlagPhilippines 3,915
Singapore FlagSingapore 3,192
Bahrain FlagBahrain 3,182
Armenia FlagArmenia 3,180
South Africa FlagSouth Africa 3,178
Indonesia FlagIndonesia 2,808
Saudi Arabia FlagSaudi Arabia 2,563
Tunisia FlagTunisia 2,244
Turkey FlagTurkey 2,228
Switzerland FlagSwitzerland 2,224
Japan FlagJapan 2,167
Brazil FlagBrazil 2,145
Pakistan FlagPakistan 2,101

3. Which blog posts and pages attracted most visits so far today?

Title Views
Home page / Archives 41
Good bird and mammal news from KwaZulu Natal, South Africa 6
Good Scottish puffin news 6
Australian Prime Minister praises Japanese World War II violent attack on Sydney 6
Edward Snowden against British government’s new massive spying plans 5
Save London’s Kew Gardens from David Cameron 5
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 5
Skinks in North America 4
Saudi government help for Isis extremists in Iraq 4
British government’s Wikipedia vandalism 3

4. Which blog posts and pages attracted most visits ever since my blog moved to WordPress in December 2011?

Title Views
Home page / Archives 70,104
British Thatcher aide accused of child abuse 5,867
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 5,818
About 4,127
After 35 years, wounds of Vietnamese napalm girl Kim Phuc still hurt 2,505
Poisonous caterpillars infest Spurn Point in England 2,431
Zambian lioness Lady Liuwa update 2,129
Günter Grass poem on Greece and austerity, English translation 1,936
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 1,902
Boy raped by priest, then castrated 1,767
USA: ancient Egyptian sarcophagus as corporate boss’ plaything 1,536
Most hated animals top 50 1,334
Lesser Antillean iguana in danger 1,195
Bronzino painting restored after prude censorship 1,153
Dutch in Suriname, most cruel slave-masters 1,122
Britain: Tony Blair’s own Watergate scandal 1,109
Thatcher’s Downing Street child abuse scandal 1,067
Awards 1,024
Stop whipping of raped Maldives girl 1,017

5. Which search terms brought most visits to my blog, ever since it moved to WordPress in December 2011?

Search Views
iguana 433
watergate scandal 386
prostitution in bahrain 366
egyptian sarcophagus 264
poisonous caterpillars 264
atsinganosaurus velauciensis 256
napalm girl 249
iraq war 208
long tailed tit 197
cercopithecus lomamiensis 189
bahrain prostitution 175
boy raped 166
lady liuwa 163
night parrot 161
wetland animals 150

6. Which linked were clicked most on my blog, ever since it moved to WordPress in December 2011?

URL Clicks
en.wikipedia.org 1,584
gravatar.com 863
WordPress.com Media 289
21stcenturywire.com 255
avaaz.org 225
aangirfan.blogspot.com 181
socialistworker.co.uk 167
mirror.co.uk 166
morningstaronline.co.uk 161
r.zemanta.com 154
focus.de/kultur/buecher/europas-schande-das-gedicht-von-guenter-grass-im-wortlaut_aid_758777.html 146
rspb.org.uk 123
dailymail.co.uk 115
actuable.es/peticiones/que-rey-juan-carlos-i-deje-ser-presidente-honor-de 114
wsws.org 112
thethoughtpalette.co.uk 112
hrexach.files.wordpress.com 106
change.org 100

7. Which commenters commented most at my blog recently?

swo8 69
Dr. Rex 39
donwreford 29
davidprosser 12
prayerwarriorpsychicnot 11
Tish Farrell 10

* Based on the 1000 most recent comments.

My fifteen nominees are:

1. Illuminating Fossils

2. betternotbroken

3. pinodile’s Blog

4. photographyofnia

5. Rouladen

6. Sama Talks

7. writingwingsforyou

8. Maria Brinkley, artist

9. Blissfully Single

10. Sea Through Me

11. Unexpected Wanderlust

12. Womancipation

13. No, wait, it’s not my story, it’s theirs..

14. The Ink Stain

15. Paul Thomas Bell

Reader Appreciation Award, thank you so much Horty!


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My dear friend Horty of the blog It Is What It Is has been so kind to nominate Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Reader Appreciation Award. Thanks, Horty, so much for this generous gesture!

The rules of this award are:

Identify and show appreciation of the blogger who awarded you.
You must add the award logo to your blog.
Tell your readers 7 things about yourself.
You must nominate 5-10 of your favorite bloggers for this award.
Inform your nominees that you nominated them.

Seven things about myself:

1. Where did most visits to my blog come from today so far?

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 130
Jamaica FlagJamaica 29
Australia FlagAustralia 11
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 7
Saudi Arabia FlagSaudi Arabia 3
Philippines FlagPhilippines 3
Mexico FlagMexico 3
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 3
Canada FlagCanada 3
New Zealand FlagNew Zealand 2
India FlagIndia 2
Turkey FlagTurkey 2
Bahrain FlagBahrain 2

2. Where did most visits to my blog come from this year?

Top Views by Country for 365 days ending 2014-07-12 (Summarized)

Country Views
United States FlagUnited States 71,688
United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom 31,834
Canada FlagCanada 9,964
Jamaica FlagJamaica 8,938
Netherlands FlagNetherlands 8,427
Australia FlagAustralia 6,695
Germany FlagGermany 5,212
France FlagFrance 4,980
India FlagIndia 4,604
Sweden FlagSweden 3,473
Greece FlagGreece 2,820
Ireland FlagIreland 2,198
Spain FlagSpain 2,088
Italy FlagItaly 1,998
South Africa FlagSouth Africa 1,919
Bahrain FlagBahrain 1,830
Belgium FlagBelgium 1,820
Philippines FlagPhilippines 1,777
Romania FlagRomania 1,595

3. Which pages and blog posts attracted most visits today do far?

Title Views
Home page / Archives 46
‘Birds descended not from dinosaurs, but from more ancient reptiles’ 9
Community Heart Award, thanks so much Horty! 8
Two million Britons strike against government austerity 5
About 4
Japanese World War II forced prostitution and art 4
Dutch in Suriname, most cruel slave-masters 4
Japanese young women’s fashion 3
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 3
Steven Spielberg attacked by Facebook users for ‘killing dinosaur’ 3

4. Which pages and blog posts attracted most visits this year?

Top Posts for 365 days ending 2014-07-12 (Summarized)

Title Views
Home page / Archives 31,082
Bahraini king’s sexual harassment of Lebanese singer 3,765
About 1,891
Poisonous caterpillars infest Spurn Point in England 1,546
Most hated animals top 50 1,169
Dutch in Suriname, most cruel slave-masters 1,007
Thai women’s escape from Bahraini forced prostitution 968
Zambian lioness Lady Liuwa update 885
USA: ancient Egyptian sarcophagus as corporate boss’ plaything 869
Lesser Antillean iguana in danger 790
Rubens, Rembrandt, differences in what they painted 758
Japanese forced prostitution women’s stories 663
US women soldiers raped, then persecuted 650
Awards 626
Slavery and love in Suriname, new film 600
Frequently asked questions 596
Bahraini torture princes in Florida Ironman 559

5. Which referrers referred most to my blog this year?

Referrers for 365 days ending 2014-07-12 (Summarized)

Referrer Views
Search Engines 103,784
WordPress.com Reader 3,498
WordPress Dashboard 2,726
Facebook 2,244
Twitter 1,311
topix.com 702
en.wordpress.com 649
Reddit 566
mail.yahoo.com 464
en.gravatar.com/petrel41 361
topix.net 239

6. Which links on my blog were clicked most this year?

Clicks for 365 days ending 2014-07-12 (Summarized)

URL Clicks
en.wikipedia.org 1,096
WordPress.com Media 254
dearkitty1.wordpress.com 113
r.zemanta.com 107
hrexach.files.wordpress.com 106
gravatar.com 99
wsws.org 78
morningstaronline.co.uk 71
rspb.org.uk 68
change.org 66
sianeparkinson.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/income-inequality-and-voter-turnout-at-the-2010-british-general-election-a-study-using-individual-and-aggregate-data/ 62
avaaz.org 60
WordPress.com Reader 58
wildlifenews.co.uk 57
hrexach.wordpress.com 51

7. Most popular topics my blog has written about

Topic Views
Human rights 626
Environment 511
Crime 441
Economic, social, trade union, etc. 427
Peace and war 361
UK 327
Birds 312
Mammals 246
Biology 218

If you tag your posts effectively, this panel will show you which topics get the most traffic. Snapshot generated from your top posts over the past week.

My ten nominees are:

1. Don Charisma

2. Muck

3. Fat Wagtail’s Wildlife

4. Something Like a Storybook

5. American Blogger in UAE

6. Leeds No Borders

7.

8. A Changing Wild World

9. GOREAN STYLE ADDICTS

10. Muse Writer