BCN Returns to a Normalized Traffic Pattern | Eastern North Carolina Now

For obvious reasons, reader traffic is important to us here at SNI.

    Beaufort County NOW returns to traffic pattern that better represents the growth to which we have become accustomed. We did not blow the door barring our assent off of its proverbial hinges; however, we did return to a position well above the limit that we base our advertisement pricing on, and we did exceed two of the four metrics (however the lesser of the four) that we base our success. This month we had our best month in hits per day, and files accessed per day (see the totals in the chart below).

    Understanding that we do enjoy some measure of success in this creation of our own intellectual construct - the moderated Informational Platform - where we do not take a backseat to any of our local competition, we welcome new clients and new employees alike. Please give us a call, or e-mail us, or message us on beaufort County NOW. The addresses are at the bottom of the page.

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

     •   5th Most Unique IPs visiting BCN per day - 2,480    - 33.48% increase over the last 10 months.

     •   4th Most Unique Page Views per day - 13,596    - 29.02% increase over the last 10 months.

     •   1st Most Hits per day - 175,522    - 156.09% increase over the last 10 months.

     •   1st Most Files accessed per day - 168,694    - 180.86% increase over the last 10 months.

     •   Met the milestone of achieving 1,200 posts with a minimum of 1,200 unique views by our readership. In that relative vein, our next milestone will 1,300 posts with a minimum of 1,300 unique views. We hope to achieve that milestone by July, 2014, which will reflect that we are reaching a broad selection of the regional population.

Our March, 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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