SL user concurrency stays below 70, 000 during 2011
Looking at the Grid Survey SL user concurrency graphs at various times during 2011 it seems like the SL user concurrency has remained mostly below the 70, 000 mark. The median and mean average in 2011 seems to be around 47, 000 to 51, 000. 2011 has not been the strongest year for SL user concurrency but it’s going to be interesting to see if 2012 SL user concurrency gets any better or no.
Lets look at the numbers and graphs from the Grid Survey from 2009 to 2011.
2011 started high around the 73, 000 mark then it dropped monthly until mid August 2011 where the user concurrency started to pick up again steadily. The maximum daily concurrency this month seems to be around 62, 000 to 67, 000.
I think the numbers have dropped this year more than any other year due to bots, camping and other factors. It’s hard to tell what will happen during December but hopefully more residents will be using SL during the christmas period into the new year 2012.
The minimum daily user concurrency in 2011 shows averaging around the 32, 000 mark compared with higher figures in first part of 2010 due to bots etc.
Check out this interesting Trends & Seasonality graph!
- What are your views on SL user concurrency during 2011 ?
- Any user concurrency predictions for 2012 ?
Posted on November 30, 2011, in Linden Lab, Second Life, Second Life Stats, SL Community, SL Cool Stuff, SL Dans Metrics, SL Economy, SL Metrics, SL Summary, SL user concurrency and tagged Second Life, SL Metrics, SL News. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.