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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by CougarCJ » 31 Dec 2015, 13:59

1969XR7Vert wrote:
xr7g428 wrote:I have some sincere doubts about those stats they give out. If you look at the weeks biggest posters, it doesn't reflect anything like the stats suggest. But Advertisers are likely to be impressed by the big numbers....
2015 State of MC.net perhaps?
G Dub wrote:...Stopped by the other site. 16700 posts, and 1980 threads since my last visit. :o
So how long had it been? Seems reasonable if it was a period of years.

Oh, and 1500 of those threads were probably mine... :buck:
I would agree with that.
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by CougarCJ » 31 Dec 2015, 14:01

1969XR7Vert wrote:
xr7g428 wrote:I have some sincere doubts about those stats they give out. If you look at the weeks biggest posters, it doesn't reflect anything like the stats suggest. But Advertisers are likely to be impressed by the big numbers....
2015 State of MC.net perhaps?
G Dub wrote:...Stopped by the other site. 16700 posts, and 1980 threads since my last visit. :o
So how long had it been? Seems reasonable if it was a period of years.

Oh, and 1500 of those threads were probably mine... :buck:
1500? that seems like a low estimate for last year.
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by CougarCJ » 31 Dec 2015, 14:01

CougarCJ wrote:
1969XR7Vert wrote:
xr7g428 wrote:I have some sincere doubts about those stats they give out. If you look at the weeks biggest posters, it doesn't reflect anything like the stats suggest. But Advertisers are likely to be impressed by the big numbers....
2015 State of MC.net perhaps?
G Dub wrote:...Stopped by the other site. 16700 posts, and 1980 threads since my last visit. :o
So how long had it been? Seems reasonable if it was a period of years.

Oh, and 1500 of those threads were probably mine... :buck:
I would agree with that.
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by 1969XR7Vert » 31 Dec 2015, 14:03

MCECI.net? Oh, and is there an echo in here?
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by xr7g428 » 31 Dec 2015, 15:42

You've done a great job over there, and I am 100% sincere about that. There are a handful of folks that have not gotten the credit that they deserve from Verical Scope.
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by G Dub » 31 Dec 2015, 17:24

G Dub wrote:...Stopped by the other site. 16700 posts, and 1980 threads since my last visit. :o
So how long had it been? Seems reasonable if it was a period of years.

Oh, and 1500 of those threads were probably mine... :buck:[/quote]

I didn't catch the exact date, but it said sometime in early 2014. That would have been an accidental login on my part due to hitting the wrong icon. The actual number is probably double that since I logged in on purpose.
Well, thanks to age exposure, i don't remember the details of what was going on that was driving people away, so I have nothing against the site. I'll be a participant whenever I do get the restoration started :)

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Post by Local Hero » 31 Dec 2015, 21:13

1967 S Code wrote:Seeing that this is the last day of 2015 my hat is off to Bill and all of the members of the Classic Cougar Community. Com Thanks to everyone for making this site a great place to visit each day. I hope and I 'm sure 2016 will be even better. Have a safe and Happy New Year.
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Post by badcatt » 01 Jan 2016, 12:11

Be the next one to support this site for 2016. Donate a few bucks if you can. Bill, thanks for this forum.
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Post by MercuryDon » 02 Jan 2016, 02:12

I've never had a problem logging in and do it daily !
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Re: 2015 State of the ClassicCougarCommunity.Com

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Post by G68 » 02 Jan 2016, 08:00

1967 S Code wrote:Seeing that this is the last day of 2015 my hat is off to Bill and all of the members of the Classic Cougar Community. Com Thanks to everyone for making this site a great place to visit each day. I hope and I 'm sure 2016 will be even better. Have a safe and Happy New Year.
Steven
I'm with ya Steven. Not a day goes by when I don't log in to the CCC at least once. Great job keeping it together Bill!
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