Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sliding Down Softly

This blog is going down in hits per day but ever so slowly which is nice. Dancing in the Dark is perking up a little, so that this one will still be used for a long time. It can be a helper for the other blogs until the time comes.

"Don't do something permanently stupid because you are temporarily upset."

And we are gradually establishing the fact that we are cultural dancers because it has been developing in our culture. The biggest misunderstanding among so many club dancers, that we are Internationals. And most of us know that it could not be farther from the truth. Patience.

The total blogosphere is moving up in hits from the beginning of the year as expected. Not much because of the transportation problem. But the city has to cannibalize the bus system for the rail. A messed up deal like I have never seen in my life. We are talking ten years. There is still an outside chance that the "Fiasco" can be stopped.

"We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, And Me)" by the Ink Spots

Town Dancer has regained its first place in the hit order and like all the other blogs, the Guest Author is crucial. One more Guest Author blogging twice per month will send the hits up to 300. Not many understand synergism. And it even affects our other blogs. We must be patient.

Oahu And Beyond is still to make regular contact with a neighbor island, but that will happen too. And Calvin does a good job on the overseas stuff. Richie needs some help in the Club Circuit. The Web sites on the neighbor islands are still very powerful, but there will be Blogging there. They had a nice one on Kauai, don't know what happened there.

Our five blogs on the bottom will remain in the twenties (hits per day) for a while. The new year and my accessibility to the functions will settle things. I expect Oahu - West to emerge from all the bottom ones, mainly because of the Kokua from Kapolei Chapter HBDA, and perhaps from the dance functions at Aliamanu Intermediate which will now be included in Oahu - West.

Dance Hawaii may help, but most are not very much interested in blogging,  so we must be patient there too. They have a Web site so that makes it doubly difficult. Who needs a Blog? We must be patient and the hits keep going up ever so slowly. The reader/dancers are there we just need a little more information and photo sharing to make this real Social Media.

Pub's Side Note: Blogs are more personal, direct and more current communication, They leave an opening for comments in each blog and they are receptive to more formal answers and opinions in the blog itself. The hits go through the ceiling. Real Social Media is much different than anything we have come across before.

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