Where are these international NolaCycle.com visitors coming from?

So I’ve noticed in the last couple of days there have been a lot of visitors from Europe and some from South America on my blog. The “FEEDJIT” blog traffic widget I had on there didn’t tell me where you all were coming from (as in what website you visited before you visited here) because I thought that was a little silly and stalkerish, but now I’m curious. I mean, shoot, my project isn’t even done yet! I should be working on the map right now, but instead I’m being a lazy before I have to drive 4 hours to Detroit to pick up a sweeeet mountain bike (I’ll post pictures when I bring it home! Pictures of me tearin’ the horse trails at Mom & Dad’s).

So I upgraded to the fancier FEEDJIT blog traffic widget that will tell me what hip Europian bike blog is leading you to me. I think I’ll e-mail that blog author a virtual high-five for promoting my project!

Anyway, I’m really super super flattered that people around the world have now heard about NolaCycle!!!! A couple of month’s a ago a coworker told me he overheard someone mention my project at a wedding reception in Houston. I thought that was really awesome. I mean, Houston, shoot, that’s like 5 hours from New Orleans! But France, Peru, Sweden – that’s a way bigger deal than Texas (sorry Texas, but you’re really not exotic). Keep those international visits coming!

And if you’re planning a trip to New Orleans and were hoping my map was finished, you can still e-mail any of the team members – Lauren@nolacycle.com, Dan@nolacycle.com, Tom@nolacycle.com – and ask us for advice on getting around by bike.

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2 responses to “Where are these international NolaCycle.com visitors coming from?

  1. Probably most of the paris ones are me, a new orleanian.

  2. Lauren Rae Sullivan

    and I thought we were internationally renowned…

    A bunch of people in New Orleans have been talking about doing a bike share program like the one in Paris since Velib now operates RTA. Have you heard about this?

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