Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Numbers (to make up for a missed post yesterday)

Since Jeremy loves numbers so much, I thought I'd give you a few cool numbers that I found today. We set up the blog for Jeremy on the night of the accident, May 31, 2009. We set up Google Analytics on the blog on June 2 because we were curious how many people were checking up on Jeremy. While reviewing the Google Analytics information, I found the following out:

• The blog has been viewed a total of 46,229 times.

• Since we started the tracking program, Jeremy's blog has been read by 6,617 unique visitors in 43 different countries. Including Ireland with 42 visitors and South Korea with 12.

• There were 560 people that checked on Jeremy 1,089 times on June 2 (two days after the accident).

• Jeremy still has approximately 100 people checking on his status every day. Weekends tend to be the lowest, and Mondays and Wednesdays are usually the highest.

• 9% of you have checked the blog over 201 times, and most of you check the blog every day or more than once a day!

Some great numbers!
Thank you all so very much for your support!


  1. This is great :) Jeremy is well loved, I hope he knows that. I KNOW he knows that! Give him my love,

  2. Those numbers are awesome!! It's amazing how fast the internet can connect people. I know I was amazed when I got a post card from India! God's just amazing like that though. He's everywhere.

  3. I am one of those who checks on Jeremy daily during the week. It has been so exciting to see how far he has come in his rehabilitation. Jeremy has been on my prayer list from day one. You are probably wondering who I am -- Jeremy and my daughter Sophie were classmates at Gem State and they attended Walla Walla College/University at the same time.
    Whenever I visited Sophie at Gem State, Jeremy always took the time to say hello to me. He made a wonderful lasting impression on me.
    Sophie told me about his accident and put the blog on my bookmarks list so I can keep up on his progress.
    Keep up the hard work Jeremy. May God continue to bless you.
    In His love,
    Faith Hohstadt


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