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UV + 2 mil. So Far in '14

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    #16
    Re: UV + 2 mil. So Far in '14

    Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
    Again, I don't think that number is a true reflection of how many active and satisfied users there of. I think the number is inflated, just as I think iTunes number is inflated. I created an iTunes account about 4 years ago and after a couple of days, and after their software totally screwed up my laptop, I stopped using it and will NEVER use it again. So that is one iTunes account that is not being used. I am sure there are many accounts not being used and they should not be counted. It's like continuing to count people in the census even after they are dead.

    In fact, that type of reporting is somewhat dishonest if the company is a public company. But of course we don't really know how these guys are coming up with these numbers. Perhaps they are filter out accounts that have zero activity over a period of time.
    I understand what you are saying. For instance, I have a dell computer support account which I have not used in over half a decade, but my account may be included in a total count even though it is not a portal I use.

    Similarly, you are suggesting that many UV accounts are associated with people who signed up, but never intend to use the service again and therefor the numbers are askew.

    Generally, this is true. How many of the current UV accounts fall into that bucket I think you will agree is exceedingly difficult to quantify considering there are many different situations. If I buy two DVDs, watch them, and then put them on a bookshelf while I watch streaming providers exclusively for the next six months am I an in-active packaged media user even though I have two DVDs on my bookshelf?

    Regardless, the metric I think that can be much better indication is number of simultaneous streams at high water mark on each day. The user accounts can be used for identifying a trend though.

    With a new UV user signing up every six seconds, the trend is pretty clear, IMHO.

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      #17
      Re: UV + 2 mil. So Far in '14

      You know....as long as the number is increasing, that is a good sign. Increase of numbers, means more NEW people are trying it.

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        #18
        Re: UV + 2 mil. So Far in '14

        Originally posted by echopulse View Post
        I've been hoping for some good news. If this keeps up there will be 20 million by late summer. I think that will be quite a milestone, and they will trumpet that when they hit it.
        we were overdue for some good news.

        Funny you should mention the 20 million mark. I was thinking the same thing. If they hit 20 mil and release CFF at the same time, it may be the flag plant on Mount Suribachi we have been hoping for.

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