And the #2 Lean Blog Reader Country Is…
… the United Kingdom. Following up on the question I posed last week, asking readers to guess the percentage of U.S. blog readership and the country that's #2 in the list. Click on the map for a complete view and click on that for a larger image.
I also asked, in quiz form, what percentage of readers you thought were from the U.S. The wisdom of the crowd was nearly right. 18 of you guessed 75% and 18 guessed 60%. It's actually closer to 60% from the U.S. It fluctuates from 60 to 68% depending on the time frame, and my web stats count multiple days before rolling over. Google Analytics (my secondary source) says 63% U.S. readership. Smaller numbers guessed 90% or 45%.
It's great to see how interest in Lean is worldwide and it's an honor that people would visit my site from all of these places around the world. There are similar trends for the website for my book Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Satisfaction, where actually only 52% of site visitors come from the U.S.
The list of the top visiting countries (not the complete list) is below. From the comments on the blog or the poll site, eight of you guessed “UK.” See below for the winner.
Of the eight who guessed the UK, I put you all in a spreadsheet and set up a random number function in Excel (nerdy, I know):
ï»¿Since the random # was 0.67, that means Jan is the winner. Jan, please email me. If I don't hear from Jan in two weeks, I'll choose another winner.
ï»¿Thanks to all who entered and to all of you read the Lean Blog!
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