2014 in Review for eQuipping for eMinistry


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WordPress.com offers a free summary report for their bloggers. I’ll summarize, but you’re welcome to see the complete report.

Top Countries

I was very happy to learn eQuipping for eMinistry’s (e4e) visitors came from 150 countries. Here’s a partial list for 2014:

Countries Views
The United States 16,035
The United Kingdom 1,067
The Netherlands 920
Canada 655
India 458
Germany 417
Australia 411
France 357
Brazil 327
Philippines 295
Greece 242
Spain 230
Italy 209
Singapore 175
South Africa 132
Hungary 125
Indonesia 120
The Russian Federation 106

2014 Views

I published 94 posts in 2014 with 25, 437 views. Phew! I don’t think I’ll write that many in 2015, but who knows…. After all, I’m available to address your needs. To illustrate how many views e4e had in 2014, the report explains:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 25,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Off the top of my head, here’s nine concerts I’d book (in alphabetical order). Which one would you attend with me?

  1. The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra
  2. Enya
  3. Keith & Kristyn Getty
  4. Josh Groban
  5. Fernando Ortega
  6. Rodrigo Y Gabriella
  7. Sissel
  8. The Vienna Boys Choir
  9. Yo-Yo Ma

Thank you so much for following eQuipping for eMinistry and for your encouragement! You have made this blog successful. Thank you!

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