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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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on 2011-09-01 23:32:37

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Comments

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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by tonkin on 2016-02-07 03:17:16

How about an update on where visitors to FTC come from Scott.

I had to bring a cut lunch and a six pack with me to come down this far to comment and hope you can delete the deactivated ones for ever.

You can laugh if you wish, but now I have no tucker and the six pack has gone and it's a long climb to the top again.

Cheers.

by Scott_J on 2016-02-07 17:07:52

It is a long way down here, isn't it.

I'll see what I can do to get a current look at the breakdown of visitors.

by Summers76 on 2016-02-09 09:05:28

Scott may I add my sincere thanks for a brilliant site, while my family research goes on ☺ its truly amazing when you find another gem of information. Thank you 👍

by Summers76 on 2016-02-09 09:27:45

Thread in need of a tidy up please lots above have been deactivated .

by Scott_J on 2016-02-09 09:31:01

done :)

by janilye on 2016-02-09 09:32:03

Considering the population of Australia at 23.14 million that's a very good representation. But our cuzzies across the ditch in New Zealand with only 4.5 million have blitzed us.

by ngairedith on 2016-02-09 09:40:03

of course ;)

by Summers76 on 2016-02-09 09:46:39

Thank you Scott :)

by Scott_J on 2016-02-09 11:56:21

You ain't seen nothing yet, Janilye...

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