Sydney Opera House – 2013 in review

The people of WordPress.com send me a few figures and remarks reviewing this blog for 2013. The review starts with a nice comparison: “The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,300 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.”

Some statisical figures: Our blog had actually more than 9,400 clicks in 2013 alone, it contains 210 posts. In 2013 we published close to 200 pictures – thats about 4 per week. Quite enlightening is what attracts readers to our blog – at least some of them search for information about:
What is an Euro Brat?
What is a humare?
Prison Role play
Pony Play
What is an Ehesklavin?
I also should do an update of the “My Viewer” page as it is often clicked, but honestly I was too lazy doing that.
In 2013 we hat visitors from 67 countries around the world. Most visitors came from The United States (2.500). Germany (1.700) & The United Kingdom (1.200) were not far behind. No surprise here if you take into account where Jenny and I live.

Enough about statistics. Thank you all for reading. Appropos reading: Via the “Living in a Modemowrld” blog of Inara Pey (see the post of last week) I found “Prim Perfect –  Style for Homes and Gardens in Virtual Worlds”. It is an online magazine with now already 50 issues and provides information about what to explore in Second Life, some stories, and it is another source for ideas. I enjoyed reading it. There’s also a blog with even more information and with the link to the magazines of course (read the last issue, winter wonderland). So I added the url of the blog to the other links section (http://primperfectblog.wordpress.com/).

Last but not least: No blog without a picture. As we began the “Enjoying Bondage”- series this year, heres another one from our everyday fun. Have a great Silvester night!

Angelique, Dio, slave Flo at The Secret House club

Angelique, Dio, slave Flo at The Secret House club

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