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Editorial: Fresh Pacific Faces

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Have a look at the countries and cities where visitors have come from at the start of 2015.

We've been testing responsiveness of Facebook promotions, and this has resulted in hundreds of fresh Pacific faces checking us out from Fiji, Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Marshall Islands and Guam.

Now we've added Fiji to our Top 10 visitor sources at the start of the year.

KKMP Saipan in the Northern Marianas is heard on 92.1 FM and 1440 AM
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We can do more with targeted promotions on Facebook, but we don't have the money to do continue to do it.

For now, if we receive more than the $450 we need each month to cover our operating costs, we'll put up to $150 into a new promotional fund to extend our promotions on Facebook.

We're pleased to see people in places like Papua New Guinea, Norfolk Island, Guam, Solomon Islands and Tonga responding to Facebook. As we said earlier, it's an affordable new way to reach people where we least expected to find an interest in the global radio memories project.

You can help us reach out to the Pacific by making a donation to us today and we can start telling the stories to thousands of fresh Pacific faces. Thank you for making it possible to share these stories with a wider audience.


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