|Credit: renjith krishnan|
That's the bad thing to happen if you imitate my manners. The good thing, though, is that it gave me the opportunity to write a few lines about widgets. Visitors counters in particular.
This is no way an analysis of the widgets, they do practically the same: count the visits to your website or blog. The slight differences are related to visual aspects of the maps, with no really significant gaps in their performance. Here we use, Revolver Maps for no particular reason, it allows you to add rotating globes. They look nice and clean. In the same line there is ClustrMaps, a very well known and widely used. Colorful MapLoco and popular whos.amung.us close the list of the recommended maps. Check them out and decide which one looks best on your site.
Those widgets are gracious to use in a blog, as they break the statistic layout and bring some interesting and curious gadget to a website. However, they are not really good for tracking purposes. There are other tools which fit better at tracking, as they were created for this aim. But this issue will be addressed in another entry.