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Where Do FamilyTreeCircles Visitors Come From?

Article by Scott_J
Published to Family Tree Circles Blog

A lot of people ask me questions like...

"I'm from the UK, is FamilyTreeCircles a U.S. site?"
"I see a lot of talk from people in Australia. Do any Americans use FamilyTreeCircles?"

And the list goes on and on...

Here's a breakdown of the top visitors by country in the 2011 calendar year, and a graph of the top several.

The United States 45.2%
Australia 16.5%
The United Kingdom 13%
New Zealand 11.2%
Canada 6.2%
Ireland 1.4%
South Africa 1.1%
India 0.6%
Germany 0.4%
The Philippines 0.4%
France 0.3%
The Netherlands 0.3%
Pakistan 0.2%
Spain 0.1%
Italy 0.1%
Switzerland 0.1%
Malaysia 0.1%
Sweden 0.1%
Brazil 0.1%
Hong Kong 0.1%
Russian Federation 0.1%
Poland 0.1%
Singapore 0.1%
Belgium 0.1%
Denmark 0.1%
Norway 0.1%
Mexico 0.1%
Israel 0.1%
Japan 0.1%
Czech Republic 0.1%
Thailand 0.1%
The United Arab Emirates 0.1%
Indonesia 0.1%
Turkey 0.1%
China 0.1%
Jamaica 0.1%

As you can pretty clearly see, it a pretty diverse group of English-speaking nations represented here, with strong representation from Australia/New Zealand as well as the UK.

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by Scott_J Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-09-01 23:32:37

Scott Jangro is the owner of FamilyTreeCircles.com and has documented roots back to Mayflower passengers Stephen Hopkins and William Brewster. If you're wondering what he's doing when he's mysteriously absent, here's some links to other stuff he's responsible for: about.me/jangro.

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by tonkin on 2011-09-01 23:41:32

Thanks Scott.

I have been meaning to ask you that question for a long time.

by itellya on 2011-09-02 08:53:08

You're the salt of the earth Scott. Providing the Family Trees circle website is a terrific service to those working on family histories. It's great to see the support that comes after a plea from novices or even seasoned genealogists that have hit a brick wall. Unfortunately the families about which I've started journals haven't been involved yet but they might eventually be drawn into the circle. Your offer of a blog will give me the opportunity to provide information that does not come from BIRTHS, DEATHS and MARRIAGES, such as R.L.Youngson of Dromana doing a Gilpin.
Thanks Scott.

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by dj_webb18 on 2011-09-22 19:05:37

Thanks, exactly what I wanted to ask, as I had assumed at first that this was an australian site. I was also wondering if this site is relatively new as I hadn't heard of it before until I stumbled upon it recently, despite a decade of experience in online genealogy, good site though and I'm enjoying exploring it to find out more about it.

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by realmccoy on 2013-08-27 15:34:15

Cannot believe there is less than 2 per cent from Ireland as researching Family History
very strong over here.

by realmccoy on 2013-08-27 15:34:59

Cannot believe there is less than 2 per cent from Ireland as researching Family History
very strong over here.

by realmccoy on 2013-08-27 15:35:23

Cannot believe there is less than 2 per cent from Ireland as researching Family History
very strong over here.

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