Sneaky web redirects & analytics

If Sexaholics Anonymous, IT Committee and Teleconference Virtual Intergroup (reports to Mid-Atlantic Region (MAR) do not like the website WE setup, then why did they redirect traffic from (NOTICE the “s” or plural form) to the SA flyer?

You get the following “Internal Server Error: The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.  Please contact the server administrator, and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.”


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How many hits do we receive on this website?

We had over 27 thousand hits in 2015, averaging around 2,000 per month.

2015 Statistics


2014 Statistics

1st Quarter: 8,894 page views
Highest Month: 3,172 in January
Average: 79 per day

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Midnight Group Conscience

This is a PILOT / BETA testing announcement


Unfortunately, there have been too many disruptions on the midnight meeting that we had to move to a more robust line.  We will announce this on the old number until further notice.

NEW Phone #: 712-432-3011   |   Code: 174-189   |   Self Mute: 4*

Announcement Click to hear Audio Greeting

The secretary will ask callers to introduce themselves by first name, where you are calling from, state your length of sexual sobriety.

Please identify yourself with your Area Code (and/or 1st three digits of your phone number) so we can add you to the contact list.  We do this to regulate the call and protect anonymity.  Otherwise, you will not be able to participate. Ultimately, the call moderator only needs to associate this phone number once and from then on you’ll be in the system.

Please keep in mind, this is a “pilot” that we believe is designed to eliminate background noise, hecklers and disruptions with the primary purpose to improve the overall quality of the 12 Step Teleconference meeting for ALL SA MEMBERS.  If you would rather just listen and choose not to participate, you don’t need to mention your phone number or say anything for that matter.

Please announce these changes every night!

Group Conscience

Next meeting: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
(starting approximately 12:40 AM ET)

Opening: Serenity Prayer
Member role call
Reminder: Motion, 2nd, Discuss, Vote, Amend
Chairperson Report:
Read minutes from last business meeting: Attendees & Duration
Review secretaries and vacancies for 7 days/week.
Old Business:
New Business:
Motion to adjourn?
Closing Prayer

Suggested topics/motions:
  1. Group conscience to decide on the new phone line, administrative discussion, etc. Held on Wed, April 30, 2014 on the Midnight call (9pm PDT).  Schedule another business meeting shortly thereafter to revisit.
  2. Announce new phone number so callers can participate.  Meanwhile, we will try to merge the two lines for a period during this transition
  3. Request SA Member volunteers to secretary the meetings
  4. Phone etiquette – when, why and how to mute callers?
  5. Publish agenda, minutes and accountability list online using a SECURE password.  The current temporary password is “midnight” (click here).

Sunday – Catherine
Monday – Dan
Tuesday – Ann (temporary)
Wednesday – Aggie
Thursday – need a volunteer
Friday – ?
Saturday – Marcel

If you would like to volunteer, have any questions and/or suggestions, please send an email to .  Eric from California and Paul (host moderator) can explain more.

What features do participants have during a conference call? Participants have options from the phone keypad for Self-Mute with 4 then * to mute or unmute themselves, and Raise Hand with 5 then * to raise or lower their hands visible to the host from the online call management. NOTE: A participant cannot unmute their line if host has MUTE ALL enabled.  To Raise your Hand select 5* and the host can individually unmute and mute callers. Note: Raised hands can be lowered by the host online or by participants selecting 5* a second time.

Midnight meeting has two formats depending on the day of the week.  On Monday and Friday it is a “Nightly Reflections” and the script is identical to the 10:15 PM ET meeting. The rest of the week it is a “Book Study” of Sexaholics Anonymous where the format is to choose a “conference approved” reading and then share on that topic.

Who you gonna call?

ghostbusters_logo“Ghostbusters”. Remember that from the 80s? Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd.

Whenever I get on the SA Phone Meetings, I often associate someone’s name with a famous celebrity. For example, today on the 9:15 am phone bridge there was a guy named Quentin. So, I thought of Quentin Tarantino.

I even do this with my Uber passengers. As a driver, I need to identify my customers by first name only.  So, when they get in the cab, I ask them, “do you know anyone famous (besides yourself of course)”?

This always serves as a good ice breaker and gets the conversation started. Also, most people are often flattered which is exactly what tthe book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People” suggests.

Incidently, the other day we had Keith Richards from Rolling Stones on the call. George Washington, born 1732 is a frequent participant 🙂

If I’m feeling particularly creative, I may take the time to look up the famous celebrity on Google. => Abraham Lincoln, born 1809 => Sir Winston Churchill, born 1874 =>

Next, comes geographic location. When people say where they are calling from, I immediately think about whether or not I have visited that city, state or country, perhaps.

Again, I start making associations. Like sports teams, slogans, etc.

What kinds of people do you notice at meetings?

The Texter – Often a newcomer, you know the top of this woman’s head well, since her face is always directed down towards her phone. She taps furiously before meetings and during the break to appear busy and avoid making direct eye contact or meeting new people.

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