1/9th of all impressions go to California? Wow. And people call it socialistic republic.
Andris Brikmanis: 1/9th of all impressions go to California? Wow. And people call it socialistic republic.
U.S. states and territories by 2008 population estimates. link
Here's a relevant article from literally 2 years ago on this topic evidencing a surge in interest in Austrian econ:
1/9th of all impressions go to California?[...]
That would be me.
To paraphrase Marc Faber: We're all doomed, but that doesn't mean that we can't make money in the process.
Rabbi Lapin: "Let's make bricks!"
Stephan Kinsella: "Say you and I both want to make a German chocolate cake."
Hmm... even accounting for the disproportionate US presence on the Web, seems an overwhelming amount of traffic comes from there. Could be a language barrier thing, but Canada and the UK aren't contributing much either.
I don't know...Looks pretty proportional to the population chart if you ask me.
I think he's talking about countries.
Ah yeah I considered that, but it still didn't seem that clear until rereading it now. In that case, I would think he may have a point about language barrier (then again, there are plenty of automatic translator options), so it may have also something to do with countries having their own Institutes and websites...
Maybe if we had other (American) websites to compare with.