Beaufort County NOW Hits the Mark: Second Best Month to Date | Eastern North Carolina Now

Steady march forward that has marked BCN's hallmark procession toward a familiar, growing base of platform participants, users.

    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, honestly, 'took our breath away'. The traffic for August well represents the steady march forward that has marked BCN's hallmark procession toward a familiar, growing base of platform participants and users. In fact we, in the month of August, we had 29 days straight with a minimum of 7,000 unique IP's coming to BCN, and we had 29 days straight with a minimum of 180,000 page views, and there is a good reason for this ominous regional success.

    You see, Beaufort County NOW is built, employing our proprietary Content Management System (CMS), our leading edge Symbiotic Publisher, to offer not only the most advanced platform to the events of the day, but to those that wish to participate in commenting on, and possibly shaping the public perception of those events as well. Moreover, BCN is northeastern North Carolina's top public platform to keep the community informed of local events that may be important to themselves and others.

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

     •   Most Unique IPs visiting BCN per day in August - 8,146

     •   Second Most Unique Page Views per day in August - 210,227

     •   Second Most Hits per day in August - 274,317

    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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