Tuesday 27th of October 2009 03:55 PM
The traffic has increased on our website even though we really aren't promoting it yet. The markets and weather pages are due to change significantly in the next week. We will then be close to our final look. You may have noticed no ads YET. We have them priced but are building the data line before selling them. IF you know peoplel that might want them, they are very inexpensive and will go up as our data is proven. So far this months there have been over 14,000 visists or over 42,000 pages. First come gets the most choice of pages and positions.
Tuesday 20th of October 2009 04:11 PM
Was back home in central kansas this weekend for my nephews wedding and spent time with family and friends. Had so much fun I had to ask myself why don't we get back there more often it's only two and a half hours drive. As mobile as our family is yet it doesn't seem to happen often enough. Then I thought about my wifes family just 30 minutes away and we don't hardly see them much more. In a society that runs a hundred miles an hour I think it's time to slow down and enjoy the things that really matter to us all.
Weather - Part 2
Monday 19th of October 2009 02:17 PM
Boy, I wish I could take credit for the weather over the weekend and today. I recently complained about the wet, cold weather and look what happened! (Really, I know it's out of my hands). Now, if it will only last long enough to get the some additional wheat acres planted and crops harvested. . . Some of the soft wheat areas may not be as lucky.
Monday 19th of October 2009 09:35 AM
At the Kansas Assn of Broadcasting until Tuesday evening. Went to the reception for legacy and hall of fame awards last night. Have come to this for many years. The stories always interesting. Every business as changed, but the early broadcasters had a different life than today.
Speak with Bankers tonight
Wednesday 14th of October 2009 10:47 AM
I will be speaking with area bankers in Salina tonight. The topic is supposed to be Communicating with the American Consumer-It's part of our job. Seeing how I almost never have notes, we will see what I end up talking about.