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The answer might be how the visitors are counted:John P. Moore wrote: Even though AHF has more registered members than Feldgrau (42,351 to 8,828 on Feldgrau) the visitor counts at Feldgrau always seem to be substantially higher at Feldgrau than AHF when I look. As an example, there are currently 226 visitors at Feldgrau, but only 150 at AHF.
AHF wrote:In total there are... users online...(based on users active over the past 5 minutes)
Regards, JuhaFeldgrau wrote:In total there are... users online... (based on recently active users)
In total there are... users online...(based on users active over the past 5 minutes)
But what's the time interval between user counts on AHF?In total there are... users online... (based on recently active users)
Hi LorenzLorenz wrote:So few use the site anymore, moderators have become redundant. Axis History Forum is rapidly approaching the same fate. The old high traffic days of the 2000 - 2010 decade are long gone and will not return. My contention is that most of the clientele were siphoned off by social media, particularly Facebook, but Marcus Wendel rejects that argument. Anyway, it's sad to see the history websites disintegrate after such a short lifespan.