Directors Report for July 10, 2001
Applied for fee waiver:
New Not-for-Profit Members:
- The Lauramoore
- Richmond Alumni
New Basic Members:
New Sponsoring Members:
- Still running the Tuesday
"E-Section" classified listing. One year
- Will run ad in B/W
Maps - $99 - also get 50 maps to hand out.
- Talked to several
Uptown Richmond merchants about WayNet memberships.
- Bus bench on South
5th & B will be removed this month.
- Prepared for the
"Creating a Powerful Web Presence" seminar that I
gave at the AIM Conference on June 22nd.
- Attended seminar on
Copyright while at AIM conference.
- Attended Nominations
Committee Meeting - Spoke with E. Thomas Kemp about board nomination.
- Search for ideas for
- Discussed the
benefits of membership with a renewing sponsor.
- Emailing info about
membership to Cambridge City Chamber of Commerce.
- Attended Technology
Zone Initiative Meeting.
- Another WebTrends update.
Yeah!! Figured out how to run Web Trends reports on a single file!
- Took photos,
gathered logos, and information for Spotlight section and homepage
- Prepared web
pages for Web Site Awards.
- Terms of Service policy - needs to be updated and approved.
- Continue to look at alternative funding sources.
- Work on marketing -
make some in-person sales calls.
Log Analysis for
Ran weekly and posted on the Members Only
page. Monthly user sessions decreased by 7% from May 2001.
Page views decreased by 4%. Our
hits/users usually go down as the weather improves and people spend less
time inside on their computers, so I'm not too concerned. Still -
more advertising may be in order. The "user" is
our more important number, indicating number of people rather than the
number of "hits". The user sessions increased by 42%
and the page views by 57% over June of 2000.
2nd Quarter 2001
- Quarterly figures for user sessions rose 3% from 1st Quarter '01
levels. 2nd Quarter '01 usage increased 41% over 2nd Quarter
2000 Yearly Figures
show an outstanding 204,689 users requesting 667,511 pages as
compared to 100,426 users requesting 310,586 pages in 1999. This is
a 101% increase in users and a 111% increase in page views over