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Postby wolverine » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:34 am


thebatdude wondered which celebrities had most number of pages in their threads. I though that was an interesting question, so here is a list of the most popular threads:

  1. Samantha Armytage (496 pages)
  2. Natalie Barr (446 pages)
  3. Kylie Gillies (446 pages)
  4. Melissa Doyle (417 pages)
  5. Stephanie Bendixsen - Hex (171 pages)
  6. Sonia Kruger (123 pages)
  7. Chris Bath (121 pages)
  8. Delta Goodrem (112 pages)
  9. Rebecca Maddern (111 pages)
  10. Miranda Kerr (109 pages)
  11. Jennifer Hawkins (109 pages)
  12. Charli Robinson (108 pages)
  13. Kylie Minogue (105 pages)
  14. Sarah Cumming (104 pages)
  15. Sophie Monk (103 pages)
  16. Georgie Gardner (101 pages)
  17. Ricki-Lee Coulter (100 pages)
  18. Carrie Bickmore (100 pages)
  19. Alan Fletcher (96 pages)
  20. Erin Molan (95 pages)


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Postby thebatdude » Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:28 am


🏁 Sammy wins!! 🏁


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Postby Gr81 » Sat Sep 02, 2017 5:50 pm


Channel 7 wins by a mile!


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Postby atefooterz » Tue Sep 05, 2017 5:30 pm


Gr81 wrote:
Channel 7 wins by a mile!

Just as interesting but harder to glean, is the demo nowdays of this site.
We did see a big influx of media spy.org folks, when the newer active types were more mock & set oriented over newschix fetish.(2009-2012)
The original hardcore model scanners have gone along with those mags and are more into Primary school aged kid duties with mortgage survival i guess.

The active soap fan types, with twitter & insta now have direct access to other fans & characters, without the "post slam" from older forum folks.

It is good to see old familiar names logged in viewing, at various times of day/ night, however most are lurkers, rather than active contributors.

ATM i am comparing a group of "influencers" with hits and comments, against various threads and it would seem that the future is already here with original content, getting paid to promote, interacting with followers, is a more productive use of screen time, for many 16-25 year olds, than getting involved with moderated boards.


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