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Many thanks to my readers, subscribers, commenters and referrers who have made this possible.
This past year was particularly momentous because this site hit the 1,000,000th view mark on November 20, 2016.
Churchmouse Campanologist attracts a broad church of readers from all over the world, including — but hardly limited to — the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain and Australia. It has been difficult to quantify fully for the past two years, as ClustrMaps requires reconfiguration periodically.
My top ten referrers over the past year are as follows:
1/ voat.co (new)
2/ Facebook (was 1 last year)
3/ WordPress.com Reader
4/ android-app (new)
5/ Muffled Vociferation (was 4 last year)
6/ Reddit (was 3 last year)
7/ Martin Scriblerus (new)
8/ They Laughed at Noah (new)
9/ Twitter (was 5 last year)
10/ Ichabod (was 6 last year)
I would like to thank my fellow bloggers for their continued support and loyalty, both of which are very much appreciated. I would like to extend special thanks to those who have reblogged my posts.
Subscriber numbers have continued to markedly increase over the past year, a trend which started in 2015. I am most grateful for your readership and insightful comments.
My top ten posts of the past year are as follows:
1/ This quiz can help you find the right denomination (25,538 views, 1st place third year running)
2/ FBI Anon speaks — part 1 (9,743)
3/ FBI Anon speaks — part 3 (4,078)
4/ The 1950s myth of the cola abortion (3,650, 2nd from 2015-2016, 3rd between 2014-2015)
5/ FBI Anon speaks — part 2 (3,499)
8/ My list of Calvinists for the non-Calvinist (1,796, down from 6th)
9/ The Anglican Prayer of Humble Access (1,691, again in 9th place)
10/ The rosary — should you be wearing it? (1,473)
Thank you to all my readers who have helped make these posts into Churchmouse Campanologist classics, relatively speaking!
In closing, I would like to extend a warm welcome to my newest subscribers. Your readership is much appreciated!