If you’re a regular visitor to the GTPAC website, you know that the content consists of a very comprehensive collection of news articles, resources and advice — all designed to help your business succeed in the government marketplace.
To keep the website fresh and relevant, we update it every weekday. We also pay attention to what interests you most. During 2016, for instance, we tracked the articles that visitors to our site read most often. You’ll see the dozen most popular articles listed below.
Did you miss these important news developments last year?
Who’s Watching Us
You’ll be interested to know that 52,000 visitors came to the GTPAC web site 79,000 times in calendar year 2016, viewing individual pages 126,000 times.
During 2016, the top 25 locations in Georgia visiting the GTPAC web site were: Atlanta, Warner Robins, Flowery Branch, Decatur, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Cumming, Smyrna, Carrollton, Gainesville, Roswell, Lawrenceville, Stockbridge, Augusta, Union City, Redan, Johns Creek, Conyers, Columbus, Suwanee, Macon, McDonough, Mableton, Albany, and Savannah.
Visitors to the GTPAC website come from all parts of Georgia — 248 cities and towns in all. This includes lots of smaller communities where business people pay attention to the GTPAC website, too. Those include more rural communities like: Appling, Bogart, Cave Spring, Dawson, Experiment, Folkston, Guyton, Hahira, Hiawassee, Oxford, Reynolds, Roopville, Riceboro, Skidaway Island, Sylvania, Swainsboro, Tallapoosa, Temple, Trion, Vienna, Warm Springs, Watkinsville, Waynesville, Young Harris and Zebulon.
There’s no question about it, in-state visitors to our web site reflect the fact that GTPAC actively serves more than 2,700 business people working for 2,100 businesses located in almost all 159 counties in Georgia.
Topics of Interest
So, what topics did visitors to GTPAC’s web site search for most in 2016? Below is a list of the top dozen and, again, each one is hyperlinked so you can check it out:
SAM Registration (the federal government’s vendor database)
Useful Links (to government contracting resources)
Sources Sought (how government agencies identify vendors)
Capabilities Statement (marketing to government agencies)
Responding to Government Solicitations (tips for responding to an RFP)
Small Business Specialists (and how they can help you)
Contracting News (always the latest developments)
Elevator Speech (what it is and why you need one)
Tips for Attending a Government Expo or Trade Show (what you should do before, during, and after)
Tips for Researching Contract Awardees and Probable Bidders (how to be effective at market research)
Money Laundering and Bribery (reports of government contract fraud)
Small Business (government contracting preferences)
Interest in What We Say Outside Georgia’s Boundaries
Significantly, even though the GTPAC web site is designed for Georgia businesses, 44 percent of our U.S. visitors came from the other 49 states, and 9 percent of our visitors came from 176 other countries.
With what amounts to worldwide interest in the content on GTPAC’s web site, maybe you should be visiting more often!
Be sure to visit the GTPAC web site regularly for all the latest news and information about doing business with the government. Remember, new information and resources are posted every weekday at www.gtpac.org!