November beat October by just a lttle bit. But it's still my best month ever, so I can't complain. Given the holidays in December and my little food and restaurant blogging sabbatical from December 15th through Jan 2nd, I expect traffic to tank big time this month. That's okay though. Everyone needs a break from the Internet every so often. Everyone.
In terms of referring sites, not much new to report. Stumbleupon is fascinating, although I still find that the traffic is predominantly American, and folks don't stick around long. They must not like London restaurants as much as the rest of us do.
Top 5 Referring Sites
Stumbleupon: Because I can.
An American in London: I finally got a chance to meet my fellow American London restaurant blogger Alice this month over macaroons at L'Atelier des Chefs. The funny part is that we are four degrees of separation from each other. I know Matt. She has a friend who knows Matt. So she's met Matt. Funny.
Twitter: Gotta love Twitterfeed!
: I really need to add more of my posts to Urbanspoon.
Top 5 Sources of Traffic That's New to Me
Stumbleupon: Now if only they'd stick around.
Twitter: Readers, get with the times and tweet up!
: I don't have an iPhone so I can't use their app.
Mmm-Yoso: Love these guys. I wish I lived in San Diego.
Eat Like a Girl: She's not eating like a baby elephant, I swear. (If she is, well then, I'm eating like an I don't know what.)
In November, I had decaf at both Nude and Flat White. I went on a Korean restaurant crawl in New Malden and have been dreaming about the Korean pancakes at Hamgipak ever since. My country elected a new president, who continues to impress me, a registered Republican (just being honest), with his leadership skills. And I've already mentioned the macaroons, with many thanks to the folks at Trusted Places and my fellow London restaurant and food bloggers.
Yes, I still have to install my Google map. And I think my time with the Nokia N82 and Nokia Vine is coming to an end. I'm taking suggestions for where I should have lunch in December while I have a little downtime. And well, that's all I've got for you.