media — we’re gaining on the big, corporate media rapidly and a playoff run for the Ravens will stoke our traffic even more because we’re providing the best, most accurate and up-to-date coverage of Baltimore’s love affair with this football team.
Beginning tomorrow, I will take a three-part look at the past, present and future Ray Lewis. I hope you read it and comment on it!
We’re now rolling out the most consistently entertaining and informative sports information and journalism in the marketplace against the likes of CSN, MASN, Pressbox, Fox 1370, CBS/WJZ and The Baltimore Sun and consistently winning the battle for your attention and respect and daily loyalty.
Our February 2010 poll also showed the good, bad and ugly about what you think about our competitors as well:
So today is a chance to break away from “sports news” and just update you on what’s really happening in the Baltimore sports media scene.
Don’t worry, I’ll be serving up my usual “medicine” for all of our competitors further along in this lengthy missive today.
And please don’t expect our terrestrial competitors to brag about how the guy from Dundalk with “two tin cans and a string” is kicking their corporate, out-of-town asses on the web but any of the measurements you need to find the truth are a mouse click away and WNST beats them all in every legitimate measurement from Google to Alexa, from ad serves to Facebook friends and Twitter followers.
And if we don’t tell you how large our footprint is who will?
So for the “haters” out there, yes, “self-promotion” is a good idea when you expect to build your company in 2010.
So, below are some stats, information and tales about where WNST.net stands in the Baltimore sports media marketplace that now comes to the palm of your hand around the clock – what you want, where you want it and in a format that you can access it and interact with it:
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