Posts tagged with "Transparency report"

Sunday Morning Meditation – Hitting the wall

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 10, 2014

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Transparency report – June

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 7, 2014

A few weeks ago, I had an epiphany. It occurred shortly after I spilled a big glass of water on the keyboard of my laptop. Long live the Toshiba, a bulky, loud machine purchased mere months after the inauguration of Barack Obama. It weighed about as much as a microwave. Fortunately, the Geek Squad at […]

Transparency report – May

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 2, 2014

This post has been updated. The month of May marked our one year anniversary, and we celebrated it in fine fashion. JimRomenesko.com and Poynter.org¬†mentioned Decaturish.com twice in two weeks. They’re industry-publications, and just as likely to call you out for making an embarrassing goof ¬†as they are to highlight your reporting. Thankfully we fared OK […]

Transparency report – April

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 5, 2014

I’ll keep it short and sweet. We’ve all got things to do today. In the month of April we received $52.50 in donations. That’s a bit less than the $580 we received in March, but I was trying to avoid making so many direct appeals for funding. As I’ve said, my goal has always been […]

Transparency report – Rock and/or roll

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 7, 2014

It turned out to be another outstanding month for Decaturish, both in terms of web traffic and donations. Our online traffic is about where I expected it to be after February’s snow storms. In February we had 138,993 page views and 65,691 unique views. In March, we had 103,383 page views and 35,690 unique visitors. […]

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