Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Help is on the way.

We may get help from some of the few readers we have. Some have seen other sites and make a few recommendation now and then which is fine. We will not hesitate to take a page from our competition's playbook if we see something which is working for them.

"To the biggest liar in the elections: Maybe Jesus loves you,
but everyone else thinks you're an asshole."

This is where things can become challenging; it's something like standing in Grand Central Station at rush hour with a megaphone, trying to be heard above the noise of the crowd. The goal here is to get the attention of our target market (the possible reader/dancers) and get them to visit our site and contribute their very valuable views.

They are out there but many seem to be swayed by other interests. Perhaps it is only local kine thinking, other islanders are strangers. We don't know yet. We are making small but steady gains on all blogs.

"A String Of Pearls"   ...   Glenn Miller

All business is arbitrage. Business is taking something which is cheap and exchanging it for something of higher value. Not true with our blogs. We help and then we help some more and it is for everyone. I would advise anyone to ask around Oahu if you get a chance. All we want to do is help and if you don't want it, you don't get it. Simple.


Our information and photo contributors are very much needed. They benefit, the organizations where the party was, and our publication too. The hits go up and everyone benefits again. You want communication, blogging is it. Now if you want to keep it a private club, that is your privilege and we will respect. Our blogs are too much alike, no clones needed. The different opinions from each Guest Author and the resulting difference in the blogs will send the hits up through the roof.


Pub's Side Note: They say the reason they needed some one like Danial Grabauskas and pay the highest salary the city has ever known is because the mainlanders know so much more about Transit and they cite the current disaster in Honolulu. "These yokels in Honolulu don't know how to handle traffic."  And the tourists are taking the devastating information back home with them all over the world.

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