Web analytics reveal that majority of visitors to Triond are Indians and Americans. Indians account for more than 28.4% of Triond’s close to a million monthly visitors, roughly 284,000 visits from India alone. What would we do without this huge chunk of online visitors?
Triond has been growing exponentially thanks to you and I
Triond is growing in popularity across the web. The latest statistics from various web analytical tools indicate that our mother website has been growing exponentially since 2009 and now receives close to 1,000,000 views every month. Surprising is the fact that the bulk of those visitors do not come from the US or the UK but from India!
India provides a whooping 28.4% of Triond visitors
India provides for 28.4% of Triond’s visitors every month followed closely by the United States at 24.0%, Nigeria with 6.2%, Indonesia with 4.5% and Pakistan with 4.1%. Aren’t these figures surprising? Traditional English speakers like the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia don’t just measure up.
Why this distribution?
What would happen if Triond were to remain inaccessible to Indian visitors for a week or so? What would happen if Triond’s Indian contributors were to pull out of this site en masse? What would happen if server problems targeting India were to lock out the 28.4%? You and I who depend on that chunk of income provided by those unique visitors would have to tighten our belts. The good thing seems to be the fact that none of these rhetorical situations may happen soon. Have a thoughtful day!