I've tried endlessly to understand how your site stats are tabulated, but I just can't figure it out. I get that visitors are people who have actually clicked on to your site and views are the number of entries they read when they're on your blog, but I feel like that doesn't tell the entire story. I've had days with 3 visitors and 306 views--am I seriously supposed to believe that 3 people visited the site and read 100 posts each? Also, everyone who follows my blog gets an e-mail every day when I post a new entry, right? I have 40-something followers. Doesn't that mean I should get a minimum of 40-something visitors every day, because they each count as a visitor? If not, why not?
I wish you guys could make this more clear. I have been on WordPress for over a year and still have no idea, really, how to tell how many people are actually reading my blog. It's a little frustrating.
The blog I need help with is thumbstumbler.com.