BCN's May and April Traffic has Settled into a Steady Pattern of Regional Excellence | Eastern North Carolina Now

Beaufort County NOW (BCN) Setting Sights Toward a Regional Presence as Well as the Local Leader in Reaching Readers who Need and Desire Information

    Building on the preceding month of March, 2015, which was a monster month by any regional measure, BCN has settled into an incredible traffic pattern that has continued, and will keep BCN as the top website originating from Beaufort County, and possibly the top site originating from northeastern North Carolina. March, 2015, was a month, now in the Beaufort County NOW (BCN) annals of best months, where our traffic exploded higher, far beyond our expectations. Even though BCN began as a very serious prototype of our proprietary technology, Symbiotic Publisher, is now an entity of consequence, something to be marketed as not only a local leader, but a regional resource, and beyond.

    We catapulted to the top site originating from Beaufort County some months ago, but now, as of recent, our surge in readership is nothing short of phenomenal ... at least here in northeastern North Carolina. In all humility, our traffic could diminish to a point where we are just Beaufort County's top site, and not a regional player, and then again, we could level off a bit, and then go higher ... or, we could just go higher.

    It is truly impossible to fathom just how fast our traffic will advance after the incomparable March traffic; however, April and May were solid months in readership sustainability, and inevitably bolsters BCN's claim as the fastest growing site originating in northeastern North Carolina.

    Milestones for Beaufort County NOW: Our Growing Readership in April, May, 2015

     •   Second Most Unique IPs visiting BCN per day in May - 7,026

     •   Second Most Unique Page Views per day in May - 186,449

     •   Second Most Hits per day in May - 244,789

    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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( June 2nd, 2015 @ 6:17 am )

Now I have to find time to sell it.
( June 2nd, 2015 @ 6:02 am )
Way to go, Stan --- good news because you are open to good stuff from any . . .

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