Directors Report for November 13, 2001
for fee waiver:
New Not-for-Profit Members:
New Basic Members:
- Still running the Tuesday
"E-Section" classified listing. One year
- Radio spots on
WKBV's Veteran's Day special program on Friday, Nov. 9th
- Present seminar
entitled "Building a
Powerful Web Presence" to the Central States Conference
sponsored by WCTV
- Talk with Dave Nixon
about the Youth as Resources/Chamber grant application and how WayNet
- Back up & remove
old log files from hard drive, defrag hard drive.
- Discuss access to
Earlham's local weather information with Charlie Peck.
- Attend Mayor's
Education Summit and the Technology Task Force Meetings.
- Work with Chris to
move WayNet's mail management to a web-based option.
- Review and
update page links as necessary. News/Media, Search Engines,
Weather, Government, Census, Bicycling, Walking, Libraries/Reference,
Computers, Employment, Apartments/Rentals, Communications, Distributors,
Lodging, Health, Funeral, Family & Parenting. Create
- Reset Web Trends
to new log file location. - Run reports.
- 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.
- Continue to review
& update web pages.
Log Analysis for
Ran weekly and posted on the Members Only
page. When the web site was moved to the new server due to the virus
problem, we lost access to the log files for the web site. Logs were
reset approximately October 10. Old and new logs were combined to
arrive at this month's figures. User sessions are down again (4%) at
18,612 but web page views are back up to near August levels at 90,814.
3rd Quarter 2001
- Quarterly figures for user sessions rose 16% from 2nd Quarter '01
levels for page views, but decreased by 2% for users. This is
probably due to the attack on America on September 11th. 3rd Quarter '01 usage increased
47% over 3rd 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