"What our reader/dancers believe may prevail over the truth."
The list continues in the order of average hits per day. The blog section will include other Web and Blog sites beyond our own and we shall kokua in whatevah we can. Since we are a work in progress, we do not yet know what we are doing. Suggestions will be gratefully accepted - Comments?
The Top Three:
No. 1:Back on top is Town Dancer who had been losing ground daily. Now bouncing back and forth with Blogging Hawaii. It is wide open as to Comments and Two Centers. It will make itself. Patience.
No. 2: Blogging Hawaii has been mostly in Honolulu and with the addition of Makua Alii and Dream To Dance it has gone up in hits steadily. Of course a couple good Guest Authors could make the difference for either one of them.
No. 3: Platinum Horseshoe generally covers West Oahu. The nearest thing we have to any regular clients is Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and Dance Hawaii is beginning. There will be more, when they are ready. We are willing to help anyone that we can.
"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho
The Ones still in the running:
No. 4: The Dance Blogs has taken over from Moanalua Corridor and will drop in the next week. I don't really know why it is doing so good,
No. 5: Latin Rhythms still trying to define itself and the Latin scene in music and dance. It is way up because I blogged Salsa No Ka Oi and then we received a comment to boot. New Comments and then a Two Center. Wow!
No. 6: Dancing Nights started out as just another blog and rapidly morphed into a blog for the Night Clubbing crowd. I will have to find a place to visit and blog'em. Then with some comments and a regular Two Center, it will surprise everyone.
No. 7: The Rail Tragedy is mostly in protest - of The Worst Thing that could ever happen to the West Coast of Oahu. And since I don't promote it at all, it serves as a good barometer. A goal for the other blogs to surpass,
No. 8: Da Blogs MW will be just temporary while I work on the details for deleting it
No. 9: Live Music, taking the place of Sea Country and holding on very nicely. Everyone goes to Kapolei or the Central Valley for dancing and some even go to town too. Only rumors of ballroom dancing is all. We can see what happens with this new one. Patience.
"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed
Any dance organization that has a counter and would like to be included in our stats is welcome. We can compare to do more of what the top ones do and less of what the bottom ones do. Simple, we will please the reader/dancers. The stats are a long way from being perfect but they are a handy guide.
Valuable Dance News from Other Dance Web and Blog Sites
Dance Fever Oahu covers just about everything at the Palladium and many other venues around the island. The most read dance Web site in Hawaii. Don't miss it.
The Dance Connection and That's Dancing by Frank and Lani Sierra. Mostly covers their own private clients and we should respect. They get much dance news unavailable to us and all you have to do is tune in.
El Trieste, by Jose Jose
There are others and they are welcomed to this fold, however we will respect and not bother if that is their wish. We do state now and then, that we are here to help, not hinder.