Thursday, August 2, 2012

New month

Rolling in the bottom of the blogosphere is not the best thing in the world. But I must be patient. We just may do it with time. We seem to be getting new people all the time, and that is what is moving this entire enchilada. The Creative Researchers And Producers and the Rootzi Tootzis have gradually recognized that they are losing their grip and control. The dancing will be for the dancers.

"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who
mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."

Town Dancer blog remains in the top spot, however the hits have dropped to below 200 average per day. I will have to find that sorely needed Guest Author. No one of our present Guest Authors should feel pressure and commitment.  But otherwise it has been developing very nicely with no signs of "diminishing returns" and still looking for its niche. I had planned on it being the blog for the "to be seen" category but no one showed any interest so I will have to take whatever comes and let the Information Contributors and Guest Authors decide in what direction it goes.

"How High The Moon" ... Les Paul and Mary Ford

Oahu And Beyond also losing hits, but then this is only the beginning of the month. Since I average the hits from day one, they can get back on the road they were on before. Like any other blog, one good steady information contributor or Guest Author and the hits will go through the roof. Why? The different opinion, the different viewpoint. That is social media and that is what will make our blogs.

"Fools Rush In" ... Tony Martin

Pub's Side Note: A person who posts entries to a blog is called a blogger. A blog can comprise text, images, and links (to other web pages and to video, audio and other files). Blogs use a conversational style of writing, no need for a degree in journalism. Often blogs focus on a particular area of interest, such as dancing. Some blogs discuss personal experiences, and the whole enchilada can be mixed with any chili sauce we want.

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