myLot population, missleading???

@cerium (691)
March 3, 2007 6:02am CST
Looking at the myLot's population everyday, and the continuous increase of the nymber of users, do you think that this population is genuine? I mean, look at any country's population, do they count the dead? I have the habit of going through profile pages to know more about the users. What I discovered is that their are many dead (inactive) users who have deserted myLot many months ago. Still, they are considered myLot citizens! Don't you think that clearing these users is better for myLot as a website and as a community? Doesn't it bother you seeing many discussions without a single response, and yet the 5 digits number of users (population) still shining on the left of your screen? Don't you think it's quite missleading?
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@34momma (13918)
• United States
7 Mar 07
if you notice it just says how many people are signed up. not how many people are online right now. and if you look the people who are the top referrers. don't even post any more because they have other people making money for them. now isn't that how we all wish we can live
@cerium (691)
7 Mar 07
True, but it does no good for myLot as a website. On the contrary, it hurts it. An inactivity period (foe example, 2 months) should be set, and after it the user must be deleted (in my opinion).
@dopey22girl (3327)
• United States
7 Mar 07
Finally someone who has posted just what I've been thinking! There are a TON of members who became members a longgg time ago, and have yet to post a single thing. I can't tell you how many members I have seen through browsing through member pages, who haven't posted anything. I strongly believe there should be some type of rule; such as your account will be deleted if you are inactive on mylot for one month. There would be a much smaller population!
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