How many members are there realy. Having re-joined at one time not having thought about my past membership to this forum I started to wonder what the true number of active current members was. Not just the total of people who have joined at some time or another and packed in using PCF for one reason or another. One might be No. 500 to join a club and leave after a while so your place becomes vacent and the number would then go back to 499. shurly there is an over statement saying 150,000 for this forum. Who knows in a few years we could reach 1,000,000 but best part of them could have been dead be then or given up with computers etc.
The number is probably too high as, although some may have registered once to post a question, they may never return and are still counted as a registered member. It doesn't really matter though, does it?
No not realy, but it would be interesting to know.
As in I work for a national retail chain and work on a till, some times I check how many customers I have served that day and hour also how much they have spent and work out the average. Like 425 customers spent £5706 you get an average basket spend = £13.42 and having been on the till that day for 8 Hours = 53.125 customers an hour. OK it't accurate but it makes it interesting all the same. All sorts of figures are interesting for diferent reasons.
I agree with everyone in the context of the original question, but, take your average 69 year old and look ahead. In the year 2050 how many members will there be? I`d like to think that as well as adding members in the rolling figure machine, some consideration is made to deleting members who have "apparently" left the site. By then you`ve probably got your own PC Advisor sitting beside you. Anyway on this note it`s better to lighten up. Cheers everyone
Sorry? I'm probably missing your subtle point entirely, so apologies in advance, but just in case you were alluding to the possibility that the cost of advertising on this site is linked to the number of registrations then it's you who is wildly missing the point I'm afraid.
The figures that are shown to potential advertisers don't come from us at all - they're prepared by an independent and highly respected rating company which audits the site traffic figures for the advertising industry. Our server logs are monitored over a controlled period, and certified statistics showing the true traffic information are prepared for inspection by advertisers. So you see, the number of registrations is irrelevant in that respect, it's the actual numbers of people accessing the site which count, and those numbers are pretty impressive - just watch the type of companies who advertise with us and you'll see what I mean.