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WayNet Director's Report - May 15, 2014

Membership
Changes/Additional Fees:

  • (-$ 500) Affordable Home Care
  • (-$ 60) Long Life Food Depot
  • (-$ 60) Patio at the Country Ribeye
  • (-$ 300) Animal Hosptial of Centerville
  • (-$ 300) Simplfy Systems
  • (-$ 300) Potter's Wheel Bed & Breakfast
  • (-$ 00) Richmond Brainstorm
  • (-$ 00) Roscoe's Rescue
  • (+$ 60) BSN Sports
  • (+$ 60) Richmond Shakespeare Festival
  • (+$ 00) Bright Side (part of EDC)
  • (+$ 00) Grassroots Action Resource Center (part of Wayne Township Trustee)
  • (-$1,400) Total Memberships
  • Wayne County Connections TV Show (Viewers directed back to website /Page)
    • Taped show with Beth Anne Darr, Festival Coordinator and TJ Rivard, Board Vice-President of the Richmond Shakespeare Festival
    • The WC Connections page received 119 visits in November and 258 in December.
  • Attended Boost 2.0 Conference
  • Walk several community members through calendar and Talk of the Town sign up issues.
  • Twitter - we now have 1,195 followers. Have sent 2,182 tweets.
  • Facebook - 716 people "like" our Facebook page (5% increase), 71% are female, 28% male. 57% are from Richmond, 69.5% are from Wayne County.
  • Multiple technical issues:
    • Fixed error in Hoosier Hill random quote.
    • FINALLY...found a way to remove "reviews" from our Facebook page. (There were several non-pertinent comments that we wouldn't want to be associated with. Facebook would never removed them, even though they had been reported.) Done via "Edit Page > Address > Uncheck maps, checkin, reviews."
  • Researched, installed and setup LastPass for easier password access
  • Listen in on HubSpot Social Media Web Seminar
  • Ran invoices for April & May 2014
  • Content:
  • Photos & Videos
    • Abbott's Candy
    • REMC Annual Meeting / Civic Hall
    • Boost 2.0
    • Starr District
    • Spring at the Wayne County Historical Museum
    • Ivy Tech Car Show
    • Hayes Arboretum
    • The Chocolate Garden event at the Richmond Rose Garden
    • Rural Wayne County
  • Website Maintenance:
    • Update logos, links, as requested.
    • Review and update page links & calendar events, as necessary. Take photos.
  • Website Overhaul - continue transferring pages to new layout, reorganize folders and files as appropriate, setup new pages as required for new layout, add auto file transfers to .htaccess as required.
  • Research updated calendar software options
  • Ongoing: Schedule guests for County Connections.
  • Ongoing: Make calls on members/potential members
  • Ongoing: Continue to review & update web pages.
  • Prepare & Mail invoices and statements each month, Accounts Receivable
  • Set up Internship/Volunteer Program

These figures were created by the AWStats program offered online by our web host.  We also track usage with Google Analytics.

Monthly figures are posted on the Top Twenty page.  Current average is 58,269 user sessions per month. Web page views are averaging 242,252.

Our core local pages have remained strong and we have seen an uptake in new hits to additional pages, thanks to our redesign. Overall, our sponsors have gained much greater value, due to the exposure of their logos on each page sidebar in the new layout.

1st Quarter 2014 - Quarterly figures for user sessions remained steady with no increase or decrease from the 4th Quarter of 2013 and were up 16% over the same time period last year. Page views decreased slightly in the 1st quarter, after a unusual bump in users in early November. There was a 16% increase over the same time period in 2013.

2013 Yearly Figures show a increase to 625,608 users with a slight decrease to 2,790,409 page views as compared to 557,619 users requesting 2,817,973 pages in 2012. This is a 12% increase in users and a 1% decrease in page views over 2012.

Monthly User Sessions

Monthly Page Views

Unique Visitors

Quarterly User Sessions

Quarterly Page Views

Annual Visitors to WayNet.org

2010 = 689,268 2011 = 604,177, 2012 = 557,619 2013 = 625,608

Annual Page Views

2010 = 3,146,660 2011 = 2,703,864 2012 =2,817,973 2013 =2,790,409

Google Analytics Overview for 2013

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Did You Know?

Wayne County was formed in 1811. It was named for General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, who was an officer during the Revolutionary War. Wayne is mainly remembered for his service in the 1790's in the Northwest Indian War, which included many actions in Indiana and Ohio.