I think today very less members online. I am just wondering below 50 members online since long time?
Is there any thing wrong with HP today?
You can see that in this page (bottom):
I am not sure about this, but I think that the number of users online figure refers to the number of registered users logged in and viewing the forum section. There are probably a lot more people viewing the hubs.
However, only 33 or so users in the forum out of 296724 registered users does seem a bit low.
I just checked and it's sitting at 56. I would agree with the premise that's probably members in the forums.
Well, it is a workday, so maybe that has something to do with it. And 34 individual members a minute isn't a bad day!
Remember, most unregistered people who visit only spend 2-5 minutes here.
by Will Apse3 years ago
It is hard to see that Bubblews threads have a place in the Hubpages section of the forums.Could another place be found for them?
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by Harvey Stelman7 years ago
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by premsingh9 years ago
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by ahorseback23 months ago
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by Raye3 years ago
That was a really useful forum, and it made so many other areas really productive. Please consider bringing it back.
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