November was a good month for my humble little blog, netting 7,183 views according to Blogger's stats counter. That's more views than any other month since I started.
The top post was an unsurprising one: Small Dead Animals helped me net at least 1,000 new visitors with one post alone, which I have to thank once again for. Without the support of shrill Conservatives, this blog could never be successful.
Now, this isn't all for tooting my own horn, either. It just goes to show that if people think you have something interesting to say, you'll get traffic. My blog might not be hilariously sought out, but aggregators like Liblogs and ProgBlogs have helped me out a lot. About 75% of traffic on the blog is from referrals, and its always good to see that. I'm very grateful to be apart of the Canadian blogging community.
The other 25% comes from Google searches, sometimes for the most random things, specifically this picture on my blog, stolen from the opening credits of Dr. Who, which seems an immensely popular search for some reason. At one point as well, I was fighting with the official NDP websites for position in Google searches on their Vaughan candidate, Kevin Bordian, whom I never wrote much about, but got hits on nevertheless. Unfortunately now I'm on the 3rd page of results, but at one time I was on the first page, just below the NDP. That was fun. Friendly reminder of how irrelevant Mr. Bordian's candidacy was.
Anyways, thanks to everyone who takes time to read my blathering on various subjects in politics. I appreciate the views, the commentary, and the mentions (such as this one from Warren Kinsella in the Ottawa Sun), and I hope we can all continue this for awhile yet.