It’s simple to track visitors to web sites. What might be the significance of daily visits to one’s blog from someone at a major publishing house? Aside from the fact that it might very well be the maintenance man on his lunch break, do editors actually peruse blogs as part of their work-a-day?
There are a lot of people at publishing houses who aren't editors: start with the interns, then the art department, the sales team, the marketing team, the contracts team, the foreign rights folks, and most important: the receptionist.
I look at all sorts of blogs, more every day. I cruise around the lit blogs all the time, and people send me links to stuff left and 'write'. I usually click over just to see what's up. I've recently found one blog that isn't even about books but the writing was so compelling I dropped the blogger an email and said "if you love gin and Mr. Clooney, maybe we can be friends".
Your blog is like standing in Times Square. Everything you say and do is seen by everyone who walks by and a few gazillion people watching at home on television. Tie your shoes, dust your syntax and to quote Miss Genoese "don't be an idiot in public".