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Old 08-24-2010, 05:18 PM   #1
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What's the forum with the users online at once?

Crackberry.com has over 10,000 users online right now and;

Most users ever online was 17,688, 12-22-2009 at 11:03 PM.

That's a lot of users!

They also have a lot of members; 2,557,997!

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And better lookin people here too. Except for Wayne the Marine but he cant help it but he could stay home in the day time. (I aint poked fun at Wayne the Marine recently and I need to stay in practice) (He will eventually find this and make a derogatory remark concerning my statement concerning his looks and his wife will explain exactly what I have said about him in small words or he will have to look up derogatory in his Funk and Wagnell)
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Originally Posted by Route 66 View Post
What's the forum with the users online at once?

Crackberry.com has over 10,000 users online right now and;

Most users ever online was 17,688, 12-22-2009 at 11:03 PM.

That's a lot of users!

They also have a lot of members; 2,557,997!
I would measure whether a forum is "active" based on the % of users online at any time. If you had a small forum of 500 users and 450 were online most of the time, that would be an active forum!

Based on what you report, 1 out of every 250 users were online at crackberry. At its peak, 1 out of 150 users were online.

IRV2 has 50,000 members and has a peak online of 1200 -- about 1 out of every 40 members. So, by my measure, this is a more "active" community compared to crackberry. I am a registered member of both and have logged on to crackberry only 1 or 2 times in the last couple years. I log on to this forum almost daily.

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