spacer80.gif (94 bytes) Executive Directors Report for July 19, 1999

Applied for fee waiver:
Wayne County Historical Museum

Gaar Foundation, Inc.
Green Acres Center

Bird Haven?

New Not-for-Profit Members
Main Street Richmond-Wayne County
New Creations Center, Inc.
Neighborhood Services Clearinghouse
Dunn Mental Health Center, Inc.
Richmond Art Museum

New Basic Members:
Insight Communications (invoiced 3-15-99 for Sponsoring - paid 6/23/99 for a Basic Membership)
Local Musician
Richmond Roosters Professional Baseball

Existing Basic Members Invoiced:
Lamb Ministries
Perfect Circle Credit Union

New Expanded Members:
Western Wayne Schools

Existing Expanded Members Invoiced:
Programming and Micros

New Sponsoring Members -

Existing Sponsoring Members Renewed Their Membership:

Existing Sponsoring Members Invoiced:
Indiana University East
Morrisson-Reeves Library
Wayne County Foundation
Richmond Wayne County Economic Development Corporation
Eastgate Electric Supply, Inc. & Lighting Center
Centerville-Abington Community Schools

GOLD Members -  PAID

Services Invoiced:


Advertising
Created an advertisement for inclusion in the Symphony programs for the coming season.

Investigated advertising in Local Musician, a growing private entertainment paper.

Advertised via a banner at the Roosters games.

Advertised on WFMG 101.3 during June and July.

Log Analysis for June and 2nd Quarter
Ran weekly and posted on the Members Only page.  Weekly averages are 1626 visitors and 5,205 hits, down slightly from last month's report. June figures were down 18% on user sessions and up 6% on page views.   These figures are to be expected considering the beautiful weather we had this past month and the move to outside activities. Also, due to school being out, the numbers decrease on our page with the second largest number of hits, the Levi Coffin House.   Second quarter figures rose a respectable 10% increase for user sessions and an even better 26% increase for hits over the 1st quarter of 1999.  I expect one more month of level statistics before we see another jump as schools return to session and the evenings grow darker. Quarterly figures reflect a 225% increase over the same time last year.


Achievements for May

  • Sales calls - by phone or in person - that have not yet signed up
    See successful additons.

  • Attended meeting with United Way.  Discussed ways they can encourage their associates to participate in WayNet.
  • Keep an eye on several ISP changes upcoming in the community.
  • Keep up with community calendar additions.
  • Purchase/install/learn new software (FrontPage 2000)
  • Meet with Bob Johnson at the Pal-Item to discuss Obits/Classifieds - John Weber attends also.
  • Attended Small Business Awards Dinner - WayNet was nominated as Small Business Advocate of the Year.
  • Speak to the PEO group of professional women.
  • Speak to the group "Partnership for a Drug-Free Wayne County"
  • Create survey form to help determine what visitors want from WayNet.

On-Going Projects for the coming month

  • Sales calls
  • Continue to look at alternative funding sources.
  • Prepare letter for distribution to restaurants and motels touting benefits of our Commerce package.
  • prepare page for Wayne County Home Builders Association and Nettle Creek Healthcare - we already have their check.
  • Meet with Nominating Committee.
  • Set parameters and create forms for Web Awards with committee input

Web Pages

  • more recreation pages
  • work with Jim Waecher at the Museum to create pages on Richmond manufactured automobiles and local Tiffany Windows.
  • Review hyperlinks and make corrections as necessary.
  • Continue with work on a "look" update for WayNet, to offer more organized access

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