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100,000 users... nearly!

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30 Jan
3:39pm, 30 Jan 2020
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No 'hiding the best features behind a paywall', but a good & tempting marketing approach. Do you let them know at the start, or do they get a sudden shock after 90 days?

Which reminds me, my annual date must be coming up soon.
30 Jan
3:47pm, 30 Jan 2020
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fetcheveryone
If you log out and go to the register page, it says so there.
30 Jan
3:48pm, 30 Jan 2020
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minardi
I'm definitely a 99
30 Jan
4:16pm, 30 Jan 2020
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BaronessBL
I'm so pleased that the 100,000th user didn't try to sell me a kitchen.
3 Feb
11:10am, 3 Feb 2020
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HappyG(rrr)
Fetch, do you fancy giving us a breakdown of "active" users, however you want to define it (you don't have to use my chaffinch -> muppet scale!)

I'd be really interested in proportion who register and never log (probably not that high because it's not a very heavily pushed site) vs. those who log training, who log and chat/blog basically.

Obviously you might not want to publish those in case the number of inactives is very high (I don't suspect it is) but should affect your ad revenue etc. I wouldn't think?the figures of unique logins and page impressions and all that are fairly standard, objective metrics I think that Google etc. use? :-) G

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