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Top Posts and Top Cities from February 2009

I’m a little late, but here are the five most popular posts from this past month. If you haven’t had a chance to read them, here is your shot. Also, for those of you who follow this blog and enjoy stats, I have included a list of the top 50 cities that have visited this site last month according to google analytics. So here it goes:

Top Five Posts in February
Post #1: Equippers as Environmentalists: Re-Imagining Leadership in Today’s Western Church Series
Post #2: My Writings
Post #3: Great Events from Coast to Coast
Post #4: Equippers as Environmentalist: Re-Imagining Leadership in Today’s Western Church XIV
Post #5: Equippers as Environmentalist: Re-Imagining Leadership in Today’s Western Church XVI

Interesting Stats
This blog has been read in 39 different languages in the month of February and the Primer on Today’s Missional Church continues to receive many hits. Just in the month of February the post on the primer received an additional 684 hits. I appreciate each of you who take the time to read this blog.  Now for the top cities in February 2009.

Top 50 Cities Visiting This Blog in February
Los Angeles
London
New York
Austin
Utrecht, Netherlands
Santa Monica
Carmel, CA
Portland
Melbourne
Wilmington

Brick, NJ
Redmond, WA
Denver
Fishers, IN
West Babylon, NY
Johnson City, TN
Dublin, Ireland
Ontario, CA
San Francisco
Atlanta

Auburn
Champaign
Simi Valley
Toronto
Manchester, UK
Dallas
Marina, IL
Washington D.C.
Elizabethton, TN
Richmond, VA

Minneapolis
Kansas City
Chicago
Brookings, OR
Cary, NC
Calgary, Canada
Indianapolis
West Hollywood
Weston
Sydney

Pasadena
Sunset Beach
Auckland, New Zealan
Beverly Hills
Liberty
Chesterfield
Bothell
Salinas
St. Louis
Seattle


2 Responses to Top Posts and Top Cities from February 2009

  1. David Fitch says:

    Hey, Ontario Canada is not a city. Just watching out for osme of my peeps. :)

  2. jrwoodward says:

    David,

    Thanks. It should have read Ontario, CA. I have correct it.

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