The American digital magazine “All Women’s Talk” has included “Covetotop” (this very blog you’re reading now, my dear friend) in its recent article called “9 Websites for European travel“.
From 1 to 9, my blog is number 6.
That outstanding, superb, wonderful magazine has (as they say in their “about” page) 5.000.000 visitors per month. All of them ladies -I guess- as it’s a mag for ladies.
The article’s author is a pretty good writer named Neecey (whom I don’t know personally nor have I ever corresponded with her)
In her article, Miss Neecey says about Covetotop things like these: “One of the best European blogs covering the Western Mediterranean” or “There’s nothing fusty about the content, there isn’t really a formula. Covetotop is just a thoroughly good, enjoyable read“.
To illustrate those celestial words, All Women’s Talk used part of my post/pics named “A little post about a little Mediterranean cove“.
Lately I’ve been noticing something strange in my stats page: A cosmological increase in visits. I was intrigued. What the hell was happening to my Covetotop? So, after some web investigation, I finally discovered the very origin of that particular big bang: www.allwomenstalk.com
5.000.000 potential visitors. All of them women. Oh my God!
At this point, what can I say?
Muchas gracias. Merci beaucoup. Grazie mille. Moltes gràcies … Thank you!
(Note: The picture I’ve selected for this grateful post, on top, is the very same that appeared on Covetotop when, apparently, All Women’s Talk decided to include it in their top 9 blogs for European travel. It’s the Aiguafreda cove)