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BCN's February Traffic: We've Done Better, Part II

But then again, I did remember that February is the worst month of the year.

    In the interest of transparency, I am compelled to publish this post even though it was not easy to do so. Why? Beaufort County Now did have a good February.

    Understanding that we are fairly new at all this, we are building a history, and one piece of that history is suggesting that February has been a poor month for two years running. Fortunately, March has picked up dramatically, comparatively speaking, so it makes the broadcasting of this news a bit easier to swallow.

    Regardless of my bemoaning February's lackluster numbers, we were still higher than March, 2013, which was still well up from February last year, which we will show here below. Also, we hit a milestone which signifies just how big a site BCN is and how consistently popular so many posts are with our readership: During February, we met the metric of having 1,200 articles with a minimum of 1,200 unique views. Logically speaking, Our next milestone in this analytical vein will be 1,300 articles with a minimum of 1,300 unique views.

    Here below is a sheet of the metrics of our traffic for February, 2014, and the milestones that, while we may not have achieved, we completed last month:

    Milestones for Beaufort County NOW: Our Growing Readership in January, 2014

     •   7th Most Unique IPs visiting BCN per day - 2,205    - 13.38% increase over the last 11 months.

     •   7th Most Unique Page Views per day - 11,263    - 16.25% increase over the last 11 months.

     •   5th Most Hits per day - 142,169    - 76.17% increase over the last 11 months.

     •   3rd Most Files accessed per day - 136,918    - 86.21% increase over the last 11 months.

Our February, 2014 Numbers:

    If you have an interest in excellence, and as a firm needs to compete bigger and better than your competition on today's internet, you may wish to contact:

    Stan Deatherage,
     Accounts Manager   •   Publisher of BCN   •   President of Symbiotic Networks, Inc.
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •   cell# (252) 944-3905   •

    Chris Downey,
     Accounts Manager  •  Chief Technical Consultant
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •


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