Thursday, March 8, 2012

Lucky, Lucky Us

We got some great news for the readers of Moanalua Corridor blog. Direct from Maile Yagi of the Wahaiwa Ballroom Dance Club. News of the famous Aiea Ballroom Dance Association which also mentions Aloha Dance Club. I am sure the reader/dancers of our blogs are interested and I hope it doesn't upset anyone.

Here is the Monthly Dance Schedule from our "Sister" dance club,
The Aiea Ballroom Dance Association-Hawaii.
Please call for further information.

"Yes, know thyself: in great concerns or small, -
Be this thy care, for this, my friend, is all."
~ Juvenal

This entire blogosphere has been a puzzle and what makes it so interesting is that it is puzzle of my own creation. The hits in the Moanalua Corridor are holding firm in the mid forties, the same as Central Valley. Not so good but then not convincingly bad. And the reader/dancers will still make the decisions.

Of course, they do not have much choice if there is no dance news in the section. When it comes to the chicken or the egg, most of us in blogging know that the news comes first, then the readers. Not the other way around.

The information contributors are crucial. If we cannot get the news, then it is pau, fini, kaput, over and out. The reader/dancers will read the blogs wherever the action. And unfortunately, too many in the West are still thinking "downtown kine thinking."

"Cherokee" by Charlie Barnett

Late Addition from Maile Yagi:

An added message from Deanie from the
Aiea Ballroom Dance Association-Hawaii:

This is at the Palladium
"Aiea will have 2 dances in March. Aloha Dance Club asked us to join them on Sat March 31st; full ballroom. Henry Lee will dj - he's got good music. We've always had a good time when we've co-hosted with Aloha. Please come join the fun if you can.
Aloha ~ Deanie"

So the planning continues. Central Valley and Moanalua Corridor were once upon a time in the mid sixties. So now they are both on alert. If the hits come down to below the magic number of 34 per day, then we can begin planning the phase out. The information contributors are very important, then it is really very simple and we reiterate, the reader/dancers will make the final decisions.

Meanwhile, Town Dancer and Oahu And Beyond are moving like a house afire. Plenty of action and the hits are going through the roof. The other blogs are correspondingly picking up too. Our entire blogosphere is now at over 400 average hits per day. (12000 hits for a 30 day month.) Can it go higher? I would say yes, but there are no guarantees.

Pub's Side Note: "Our blogs are what you say when there is nobody standing over your shoulder telling you what to do." We need a few Guest Authors and then there is no stopping us. Happy Dancing.