SharePoint Travel Book and Analysis

I was looking at my blog traffic to figure out what countries give me the most love (by visiting my blog) where I haven’t yet had a chance to reciprocate (visit them).

So here’s a break down of recent visits by country with three columns, 1) – percentage of overall traffic, 2) User Group of Conference Visit (ever) 3) A visit that could have been vacation

Essentially I want to see the world and a lot of the world wants to see me, so why not???

The most surprising is how I’ve been neglecting India and had been neglecting the UK.  I think I need to spend more time with those folks as well.  Maybe those once a year Teched/IT Forum events aren’t enough.  The best practices Europe in the UK event definitely went off well.  I’m definitely interested in your feedback on where you think I should visit.

Count Country Monthly Visits Percent of Visits Event Visited
1 United States  24896 45.77  x 1
2 United Kingdom  4004 7.36  x 1
3 Canada  2557 4.70  x 1
4 India  2514 4.62    
5 Australia  2255 4.62  x 1
6 Netherlands  1792 3.29  x 1
7 Germany  1722 3.17  x 1
8 France  953 1.75   1
9 Belgium  751 1.38   1
10 Sweden  724 1.33   1
11 Singapore  698 1.28   1
12 China  691 1.27    
13 Switzerland  553 1.02  x 1
14 Denmark  531 0.98  x 1
15 Spain  531 0.98  x 1
16 Italy  522 0.96   1
17 Ireland  502 0.92    
18 Norway  407 0.75    
19 New Zealand  367 0.67  x 1
20 Russia  358 0.66    
21 Poland  353 0.65    
22 Finland  323 0.59    
23 South Africa  307 0.56    
24 Brazil  293 0.54    
25 Austria  280 0.52   1
26 Egypt  277 0.52  x 1
27 Malaysia  269 0.52  x 1
28 Japan  263 0.51  x 1
29 Israel  261 0.51  x 1
30 Portugal  259 0.51
31 Hong Kong  217 0.50
32 Czech Republic  210 0.50 1
33 United Arab Emirates  200 0.50  x 1
34 Slovenia  189 1
35 Mexico  174  x 1
36 Turkey  174  x 1
37 Saudi Arabia  162
38 Taiwan  152 1
39 Pakistan  132
40 Greece  124
41 Thailand  113 1
42 Vietnam  109
43 Romania  104
44 Croatia  101 1
45 Hungary  98 1
46 Argentina  96
47 Philippines  84
48 Colombia  80
49 Iran  79
50 Sri Lanka  74
51 South Korea  67 1
52 Ukraine  66
53 Jordan  65  x 1
54 Indonesia  63 1
55 Serbia  63
56 Luxembourg  60 1
57 Lithuania  55
58 Slovakia  53 1
59 Bulgaria  52
60 Kuwait  51 1
61 Belarus  46
62 Lebanon  46
63 Panama  46
64 Estonia  43
65 Qatar  43
66 Iraq  41
67 Oman  39
68 Bahrain  38
69 Jersey  36
70 Chile  31
71 Peru  31
72 Latvia  27
73 Trinidad and Tobago  26
74 Bolivia  19
75 Iceland  19
76 Sudan  18
77 Costa Rica  17
78 Dominican Republic  16
79 Isle of Man  16
80 Moldova  15
81 Morocco  14 1
82 Tunisia  14
83 Malta  13
84 Uruguay  13
85 Cuba  12
86 Uganda  12
87 Bosnia and Herzegovina  11
88 Kazakhstan  11
89 Senegal  11
90 Bermuda  10
91 Puerto Rico  10
92 Botswana  9
93 Cyprus  9
94 Liechtenstein  9
95 Nigeria  9
96 Guernsey  8
97 Jamaica  8
98 Macau SAR China  8
99 Ecuador  7
100 Brunei  6
101 Libya  6
102 Macedonia  6
103 Mauritius  6
104 Cayman Islands  5
105 El Salvador  5
106 Kenya  5
107 Venezuela  5
108 Zambia  5
109 Algeria  3
110 Georgia  3
111 Ghana  3
112 Greenland  3
113 Albania  2
114 Andorra  2
115 Angola  2
116 Armenia  2
117 Ethiopia  2
118 Guam  2
119 Guatemala  2
120 Ivory Coast  2
121 Mongolia  2
122 Myanmar  2 1
123 Namibia  2
124 Afghanistan  1
125 Bahamas  1
126 Cambodia  1 1
127 Congo – Brazzaville  1
128 Faroe Islands  1
129 Fiji  1
130 Gibraltar  1
131 Guyana  1
132 Honduras  1
133 Lesotho  1
134 Martinique  1
135 Monaco  1 1
136 Nepal  1
137 Nicaragua  1
138 Palestinian Territory  1 1
139 Papua New Guinea  1
140 Reunion  1
141 Syria  1
142 Togo  1
143 U.S. Virgin Islands  1
Total 54,394 40

 

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Joel Oleson

I LOVE traveling our little planet. In my quest to visit every country in the world I've got about 35 UN countries left! I'm not just country hopping, but looking for the most immersive cultural experiences and capturing them as photos and videos. Yes, I'm also a geek. I've been recognized as a Microsoft Regional Director, a community leadership award. When not traveling, I'm in paradise in sunny southern California as I'm a Senior IT Manager at Blizzard Entertainment.

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