05 Jan WTN's First Year
The Wisconsin Technology Network (WTN) just turned one! It is both rewarding and inspirational to look back and see what we have accomplished in just 12 months of online publishing.
According to Alexa (Owned by Amazon and powered by Goggle) wistechnology.com has obtained the largest readership in terms of reach, and page views compared to other technology news, business and feature websites in the Midwest. WTN is read beyond Wisconsin with 30% of its’ readers living and working outside the state. International site visitors comprise 10% of the sites daily readership. WTN has readers and subscribers reaching from Eau Claire to Madison and Milwaukee to Chicago and San Jose to Canada, Great Britain, Australia, China, Japan, and India… and beyond.
When we launched WTN last December our stated mission was to connect the people, technology, and ideas driving the advancement of life sciences, and information technology in Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest. We have accomplished that mission with the help and support of many members of our technology community. I would like to thank the numerous people who dedicated their time, resources, content, and money to help propel WTN to where it is today and where it is headed in the coming year.
WTN would like to thank its subscribers and readers for their continuing support. We appreciate all the feedback and suggestions that we receive and encourage you to continue to let us know what we can do to continue to meet your technology information needs at email@example.com.
2003 has been a challenging and transitional year for technology businesses and workers. In spite of these obstacles, brilliant and hard working technologists have set the stage for a successful 2004 with new technology innovations and breakthroughs.
Next week we will feature the best stories, commentaries and features of 2003. All of our stories can be found by month in our new “Archives” section at wistechnology.com/Archives.
Thanks for listening!
Mike Klein, Founder and Editorial Director