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Dawna Barner (HDE@mail.wsdot.wa.gov)
Tue, 25 Apr 1995 20:27:33 +0500

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I had put a web page for a small-business to market their new board game.
There were approximately 2000 hits in 3 weeks (I think this is good
number of hits).
BUT, not a single user has called to order the game. I'm so
as what is happening??? I would like to know the reasons of not ordering
1. Is game not interesting???
2. Is price too high???
3. Is Web page not attractive???

Subject: Re: searching for people

If you want to find some e-mail address you can send a e-mail to the MIT
mail server. What you have to do is:
1- address the message to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu

2- in the message put:
send usenet-addresses/name name name

The mail-server of mit will than send you a message whith all the person
how have the "names" in there address and have already mail something to
Internet Address: keithr@primenet.com
Personal WWW Page: http://www.primenet.com/~keithr/
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Aneurin Bosley mentions that she has Michael Strangelove on her site
naked. I wouldn't recommend that. Even the babies in the Macmillan
Offspring section of our site have clothes on!

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Here's a great bit for your show, courtesy of the Internet. If you
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of several tones for your Valentine: Steamy, Intellectual, Friendly,
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plays a hick character. I used the "friendly" mode on that one. The
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Dearest Hillary,

My love, I can imagine myself kissing your Political body and slathering
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Yours presidentially,
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>From the RadioPrep List:
(This comment originally appeared on the RADIOPREP list. I thought it
was very interesting.)

We are in the early stages of having the audience participating in
the show via e-mail. Two things appear to be happening. The first is
this "silent majority" who choose not to use the phone to participate in
the program. These are people we've obviously never heard from before.
Some of their e-mail is pretty hip. I respond to each piece of e-mail
and invite them to call. Some do. I've also noticed some of the
regular callers have switched over to e-mail as their method to
communicate with the show. They've been replaced by a whole new group
of people on the phones. Maybe it's the moon and the stars.

We also encourage the audience to stop by the studio. Now, consider the
fact that we are in a downtown office building..THEY COME. Some call
ahead...others just stop by. How many? Perhaps one a week. It doesn't
get old and it adds the element of the surprise to the program. A
couple of times we've put the "live" studio people on the phones with
callers. I just sit back. We've had "moments."

The bottom line is that we have positioned the morning show as bigger
than life - without the arrogant attitude you hear on some shows. WE
ARE YOU is what we communicate to the audience. It's not the "we're in
show business and you're not" attitude that bubbles underneath some
morning programs.

So far, it's working BIG for the show and the radio station.

99.9 WEZN Bridgeport, CT

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