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  • If Vbulletin.com were a country, it would be larger than Djibouti

    I ran across this site on another forum and thought it was pretty interesting.

    http://www.sharenator.com/w/vbulletin.com

    1 in every 1,656 internet users visit Vbulletin.com daily


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    BTW.. http://www.sharenator.com/w/invisionpower.com
    1 in every 6,803 internet users visit Invisionpower.com daily



    What would your forum look like or favorite site?
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    That's a funny one, thanks. My site would be larger than Liechtenstein and the 36 thousand visitors could do a Tokyo marathon. B.t.w. what means the "visitors visualized" exactly? Visitors per month?
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    • #3
      Visualizing 1,047,332 of Vbulletin.com daily visitors

      What if all of Vbulletin.com visitors decided to meet? A good way to visualize a crowd like that is to compare it with seating capacity of the largest stadiums in the world.
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      • #4
        If it's daily I have to check my stats because it's more than ten times what I get normally.
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          ya IDK, that's just what that site said
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            1 in every 10,101 internet users visit Xenforo.com daily Not bad for a site that has been online for such a short time.

            My site is smaller than the Vatican City... something to shoot for I suppose!

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