Thank you for 2019!

Click down below to get the summary of my work in on this blog in 2019!

In 2019, I have published 293 on this website. This is down from 466 in 2018, and 352 in 2017. This is due to a shift in my professional portfolio, leading me to diversify my work between writing and advocacy work that entails more meetings and conferences attendances.

Despite reducing the total amount of posts on this website, it has gathered 27,700 views this year, exceeding last year’s 21,200.

I would like to thank all the readers and subscribers of this blog. I currently have 268 followers (up from 176 last year) on WordPress, and 46 email followers (up from 34). A lot of my work is unpaid, so do consider making a donation through PayPal, using this button:

Total Views & Visitors

This blog has received 27,700 views and 16,600 visitors in 2019, of which the most came from the following countries:

  • United States:    5,900 views
  • France:               4,100 views
  • Luxembourg:    1,900 views

In terms of referrers:

  • 12,700 views came in through search engines (such as Google, Yahoo or Bing)
  • 550 views came in through Facebook
  • 525 views came in through

Best performing articles

The article that has performed the best this year is “6 arguments en faveur de la légalisation de toutes les drogues“ (4,900 views), which is a translation of the English article “6 reasons to legalise all drugs“, published as a blog exclusive on June 10, 2015.

Second was the French commentary piece “Légalisation du cannabis: le Luxembourg a besoin d’un cadre législatif intelligent” (650 views), originally published for AGEFI Luxembourg, released on this blog on January 23, 2019.

Third was a Spanish translation, “5 razones para ya no prohibir el tabaco“, of my article “Five reasons to end government smoking bans”, originally published by Wellington, released on this blog on November 28, 2017.

About Bill Wirtz

My name is Bill, I'm from Luxembourg and I write about the virtues of a free society. I favour individual and economic freedom and I believe in the capabilities people can develop when they have to take their own responsibilities.

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