Australians in Second Life Update – murky growth

As we mentioned yesterday, the level of detail in metrics supplied by Linden Lab has declined significantly. The last time we were able to report actual numbers of active Australian Second Life users, there’s been a bounce back to a little over twelve thousand.

There’s no longer a country breakdown for active avatars. Instead, there’s ‘active user hours’ by country. For July 2008, Australian users clocked up 694,580.20 hours, which is 2.01% of the overall hours. This places Australia 11th in the world – the same position we’ve sat at for a long time now.

The equivalent stats in April were 571,042.27 hours and a 1.97% share so it’s safe to assume there’s been further growth. Defining the context of that growth however, is harder than ever.

For a worldwide view, check Tateru Nino’s analysis.

Comments

  1. That's a pity that we're not getting this info any more as it is relavent, specially to investors and such like.

    Perhaps we should try and press LL to bring back the full-metrics..

    Cheers

  2. That's a pity that we're not getting this info any more as it is relavent, specially to investors and such like.

    Perhaps we should try and press LL to bring back the full-metrics..

    Cheers

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