WordPress can’t make its mind up if this is my 100th or my 101st post. No matter, I thought I’d mark the milestone by telling you all about who you are. So here are some of the key stats for this blog. Page views by country:
Top 5 posts by total views (or “maybe I could have stopped writing a while ago”):
- UN transfer pricing manual: what Brazil, India and China do differently (June 2013)
- The United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing: a bluffer’s guide (June 2013)
- What will BEPS mean for developing countries? (February 2013)
- ABF’s misleading statements (February 2013)
Words people search for to get here:
A few typical search terms that brought people here:
- how taxation can help improve growth
- base erosion and profit shifting wiki
- do tax treaties increase gdp
- “name-and shame campaigns”
- tax havens for venezuelans
- difference between un and oecd transfer pricing
- double taxation treaties benefits to developing countries
- what do professional advisers say on starbucks tax avoidance?
- ngo tax studies vodafone
- base erosion profit shifting what do you think?
- what have uk uncut achieved?
And some less typical:
- parental products manufacturers in india “leave a reply”
- “margaret hodge” “politicised”
- starbucks tax jokes
- sol picciotto wikipedia
- starbucks and (tax or taxes or zerga or zergak or падатак or падаткаў or данък or данъци or impost or impostos or porez or porezi)
- how much are you taxed when you resign from public service in south africa
- anything new in taxes
Who gets the most traffic from this blog?
- un.org (by a long way)