The beauty of having tools like sitemeter and neocounter is that you get to know where your readers come from and, sometimes, how they get here. But unless those readers become regular 'commenters', there's little else you can find out about them. Often, of course, you don't know if visitors are repeat readers or not unless there are a few other clues associated with the 'tracks' they leave.
Most of my visitors (and readers) are from the UK, US, South Africa, France and Canada. I know this from the number of visitors I get from those countries and from where the readers that comment live.
For some time now, I've noticed that I'm regularly visited by someone living in Ghana. I rather like the idea of being regularly read by someone who lives in Africa who isn't South African. I think that he or she may have stumbled across my blog via my registration with blogafrica, a website that pulls together a wide number of blogs with an African theme or background.
So, dear reader from Ghana, who are you?