The WordPress.com stats team prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. I’ve supplemented it at the end with some additional info.
Here’s an excerpt:
About 2,500,000 people visit MoMA in New York every year. This blog was viewed about 42,000,000 times in 2015. If it were an exhibit at MoMA, it would take about 17 years for that many people to see it.
2015 turned out to be slightly lower than 2014 in terms of total viewers and views, but it is still the second most busy year since the blog started in November 2006.
December of 2015 was our best month, owing to coverage of COP21, AGU15, and our new presentation at AGU on the surfacestations project:
WUWT remains the #1 climate related blog in the world, and our detractors would be thrilled to get even a fraction of the reach we get.
In 2016, there will be some changes and improvements, which I’ll outline in an upcoming post.
For now, I wish a Happy and prosperous New Year to everyone who helps make WUWT what it is, including the guest authors, moderators, readers, and yes even my detractors, whom I’m sure will find some obtuse and amusing way to turn this success into a negative.