Beaufort County NOW Reaches Regional Accreditation | Eastern North Carolina Now

We are there, and we have far to go

    What takes an internet publication from a local communication portal - just so one might cry out a few salient ideals - to that community's dominant player, to a regional juggernaut?

    I could submit that gained path in soaring rhetoric, but, instead of belaboring that point, I shall manifest the proof of regional sustainability of place and purpose, and promise that we will not stop until we have sustainable regional domination ... and even then, we're not about to stop or slow down. At some point, time and investment permitting, we will step on the gas.

    My estimation of northeastern North Carolina comprises the counties of Beaufort, Martin, Bertie, Hertford, Gates, Chowan, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell, Washington, Pamlico, Craven and Carteret, and of these 17 counties, BCN may well be the top site representing this rural waterfront region.

    Is the top site in all of these counties as per that readership? Not hardly, and we do not contend to be.

    We only know that we are the top site originating from Beaufort County, and by a wide swath. For all the other 16 counties of this region, we are just bigger than their local publications in size and traffic, so we have readers, and as the region's first and only Moderated Informational Platform, we are set to serve all readers of all counties in this region.
Indexed pages in Google, with all data centers reporting, suggests that BCN has 1.3 million pages that are routinely Searched. This alone puts us No. 1 in the aforementioned 17 county region, including all newspapers and WCTI-TV: Above.

    And what does that entail? Those that join BCN can submit their news, their press releases, their thoughts, hopefully some well constructed, and in their participation, these members become part of this communication organism, part of our growing BCN family, part of our more efficient process of communication.

    Because of BCN's huge traffic increases and Searchable indexed pages, we accept our fate as a regional communication mechanism, and brace ourselves to pledge our service to our readership and our clients, current and perspective, with the finest efforts of the most complete leading edge, proprietary internet technology known to this part of our World.
BCN's June traffic is steadily up: Above.

    You may have noticed Beaufort County NOW's headers showing images from all over northeastern North Carolina, with our logos now fully expressing our purposeful intent. It is an intent that will not waiver and will continue as long as I can find smart, ambitious leaders of tomorrow's citizens. Every pledge needs its fine purpose, and committed personnel, and we shall continue on that purposeful path.

    If you have an interest in excellence, and a firm need to compete bigger and better than your competition on the 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   •
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( August 2nd, 2015 @ 8:00 am )
When I first started writing in BCN with jokes, I noticed Stan's zest for excellence. I was sitting with him a couple of years ago after I did some tree work and noted his clarity of mind and purpose as well as ability to put out his thoughts---whether I agreed with them of not.

We are totally agreed that clarity and logic are both important in today's world of confusion. I think we respect one another and his willingness to post my articles, even though from a contrarian viewpoint---proves his worthy goals as the Publisher.

One of the tenants of modern conservative preaching is alliteration. Stan could be such with " regional sustainability of place and purpose, and promise."

I could, with humor, say "Stan is full of P's!" I have a sermon I love entitled "Four Strong Words for a Searching Generation."

I guess you could say "I am full of L's." I love good alliteration to help people remember what you said or wrote!

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