Monday, February 25, 2013

As we continue to salute China. It might say POFF!


China is behind most of the staggering growth at this blog. USA is doing a decent fine, but not really growing right now (last day tops out at some 250 hits and that is very good), and Canada used to do well too, but they ought to be doing sooo much better. Europe is with us good - but China is the main reason for our eight months long incredible growth with new continious records in counts of hits, all the time, depending a bit upon how we measure.
But China is king.
Also we want to mention Ukraine as a very strong longtime visitor and with some little help from some other Asian countries beside of China, well, this is how we go forward right now.

Of course the next big development lay in the dream to take South America with storm, to a much higher level of  Floorball discovery.

OK, but here is the main scoop in this post.
Have you seen the interest we have had for two recent posts on India, one even knocked down our six months long weekly top post on the Washington Post?
Then.
The IFF just reported that at their facebook page, that is a 15.000 likes page - here it is by the way https://www.facebook.com/IFF.Floorball?fref=ts
India is the third largest country in numbers of visits to that page.

So lets forget about South America for a minute, let's go with what has been going the most strongly - lately...

Now add these two things together...
Here China is the top dog in number of hits PLUS at the IFF's facebook page India is the third in numbers of visitors.
Then you go figure out what happens to the world of Floorball, when both China and India emerge from a little bit interested, to slightly interested, into rather or very much so interested. It might say POFF!

We think it looks like we are on a very very interesting track in the world of Floorball - no doubts here - last in is a loser. And.... where we have our more confounded doubts are now in the very most western parts of the world. So come on you gals and guys...get your own team up and running - now.

;-D
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