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Le 2010-11-15 11:50, Drew Jensen a écrit :

Top 10 click thru rates, by country

Of interest to me there is, Columbia, Venezuela and Mexico. None of
these had ever made the top 10 when I tracked OO.o tweets.

All countries - in order:
United States, Other, France, Germany, United Kingdom,
Colombia, Venezuela, Portugal, Netherlands, Estonia,
Mexico, Japan, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Brazil,
Belgium, Romania, Puerto Rico, Moldova, Republic of Korea,
Israel, Hungary, Croatia, Greece, Czech Republic, Costa Rica,
South Africa, Slovakia, Peru, Lithuania, Indonesia, Guatemala,
Spain, Ecuador, China, Bulgaria, Australia, Argentina

Doh! Where is Canada? I don't have a twitter account! :-) Too busy keeping warm in our igloos. OR we could be the "Other" hey? -- Marc

Best wishes,


p.s. I tweeted out looking for someone in Antarctica to host a release
party and I sent an email to the admin of the USAP station general Info
staff ML at the station, asking if I can ask. Who knows. What a great
idea that was, it would be pretty neat if that actually came about.

Good one! That was on my list of things to do. You beat me to it. I also thought about the North Pole. May as well get Santa involved too! Santa's address is Canadian ... just mail to

Santa Claus
North Pole
H0H 0H0

I don't think he votes though. Politically agnostic.

But seriously, we should get someone at the North Pole then we could brag that we cover from sea to sea and pole to pole.


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