Let’s take a look at Dotsub.com’s statistics for the month of February 2015.
We will start with languages. As usual, the top five remain steady with English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Czech. These languages have remained consistent for the past several months. The rest of the top 15 languages play a sort of musical chairs amongst a group of about 18.
This month Dutch returned to the sixth spot, Hebrew moved up from 20th to 15th, Arabic makes an appearance at 20th and Slovakian replaced Slovenian.
For the location of visitors to Dotsub.com, the U.S. is always on top, and the next few countries, Canada, Australia, and the UK usually round out the top 4, but the rest of the top 20 is quite volatile and their order varies wildly month to month.
So, removing the the top 4 gives us a better look at the rest of the top 20. Brazil and Spain change places Colombia and India both move into the top twenty with Japan and Mexico making way for them.
Normally I would provide a lot of data and some interesting facts for one of our singletons, but this month something else is worth mentioning. Over the last 18 months or so we have seen Vanuatu in our logs many times, several as one of our single visitors. As you probably know, on March 14th, 2015 what many have said is the worst cyclone in the Pacific’s history, Pam, slammed into the island archipelago of Vanuatu, killing at least eight people and leaving thousands homeless, according to reports from aid organizations.
You can read about the devastation here.
Vanuatu, our thoughts are with you.