Beaufort County NOW Knows its Best Month in Traffic

    Let's face this one truth together: For a periodical to be successful that communicative device must be frequented by people ... people inspired to use your literary auspices to learn stuff. Understanding this one precept, one must agree that the publication with the most traffic, unencumbered by a poorly functioning delivery system, is relevant and must be considered as a worthy vehicle to to bring people together: with ideas, upcoming events, fun stuff and products and services of intuitive sponsors, aesthetically designed and well positioned.

    At Beaufort County NOW, we have well conquered the delivery of content conundrum, yet we endeavor to improve our state-of-the-art delivery system, Symbiotic Publisher, on an ongoing regular basis ... that will never end. The one thing we have not done is sell our wide array of web services, but that will soon end as I, and my sales-associate and chief technical consultant, Chris Downey, will call on you, and if we do not due to time constraints, please contact us at the contact numbers here below at the bottom of this post.

    And speaking of the basic conundrum of how to gain the well desired traffic that a very competitive cyber world may offer up to the better represented, here below is an image of the last year's traffic for our prototype, Beaufort County NOW. As one may notice after perusing this set of figures, we just had our best month across every metric: unique IPs, unique page views, hits, files accessed. The most encouraging number was that Beaufort County NOW had 290,667 unique page views for the 30 day month of April, and that with one half of a day, April 17, 2013, our site slowed to a crawl; technical glitch repaired within hours, our apologies offered today.

    Please take the time to review our stats here below, but be aware of what we can offer the astute marketer of products and services in terms of presenting them to the public. And in turn, please compare these statistics with those of our local competition ... oh that's right, we are the only periodical originating in Beaufort County that has ever published an in-depth accounting of their statistics of traffic. Oh well.

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

    Chris Downey,
     Accounts Manager
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •   cell# (919) 986-9392   •

    This post appears courtesy of Beaufort County NOW.

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It is beginning to occur in spurts rather than sputters - BCN improving upon its past in popularity, and in a successive manner.
Not only did our server go down, but we lost nearly two and one half months of data, in short, posts, well considered posts gone.
This post should have been written almost three weeks ago, but with all that has transpired, I have been busy of late, and I have written very little about many things, but still have most of these worlds still whirling around in my head, so here goes.
Beaufort County Now has had an exemplary year, but November, 2015, after our best month ever, October, 2015, started with a whimper, but finished with a bang to top our best month ever for Unique IPs per day.
It was close, but BCN's October, 2015, month of daily traffic ascended to a level that allowed Beaufort County NOW to capture the 'brass ring' of sustained popularity to monthly best that blowout time of March, 2015, by the slimmest of margins.
Beaufort County NOW (BCN), northeastern North Carolina's only moderated Informational Platform, had yet another second best month in a row, and consistently improved in traffic, or was it our best?
Beaufort County NOW (BCN), northeastern North Carolina's only moderated Informational Platform, has consistently improved in traffic from the drop in readership after March, 2015, which was the blowout month that 'took our breath away'.
What takes an internet publication form a local communication portal - just so one might cry out a few salient ideals - to that community's dominant player, to a regional juggernaut?
Beaufort County NOW (BCN) did not have its best month to date, but it did have it's third best month so far this year, which means it was our third best month since we began it September, 2009. We'll take it.
Beaufort County NOW, originating in Beaufort County, has registered four straight months of traffic exceeding 180,000 page views per day, and, henceforth, must NOW claim the mantel of regional publication here in northeastern North Carolina.
Beaufort County NOW (BCN) will no longer be a stand alone entity, with a concentration on all subjects on God's complicated earth; BCN will now stand with Beaufort County Business (BCB) to concentrate on serving the business community in Beaufort County and the region of northeastern North Carolina.
Beaufort County NOW is now the number one website originating from Beaufort County, and trust me on this one fact: It was no 'walk in the park'.
As many of you may have noticed, there are subtle changes to Beaufort County NOW. And while they may seem insignificant to some naked eyes, they represent a major turning point for what we intend to provide, and the direction that it will be provided to the community.
Recently, I set my energies to recount to anyone that would take any interest in what we do, what we've done, and how it has, and shall further make a difference in better expressing who we are here Downeast.
Our proprietary Content Management System, Symbiotic Publisher, which powers Beaufort County NOW, has just gone through a major upgrade, and we are done for now. We will be adjusting BCN's template to one that can be more easily replicated and hopefully fully Responsive to all devices.
Last month, as our publisher of Beaufort County NOW as I was making some sense of our periodic mediocre traffic (at least for us), I stated that: "In terms of traffic, Beaufort County NOW (BCN) has hit a lull in expansion - more than we have experienced in the past."