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Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 08:36 am
by hollie3sa

Latest post of the previous page:

PTRACER wrote:
11 months ago
Bloody hell, you guys don't ask for much... ;)
...as if that's any work for an IT-manager in the entire Asia-Pacific region :tongue:
No, honestly, thank you very much for these statistics. Very interesting to see.

PTRACER wrote:
11 months ago
Let me check them out and let you know.

EDIT: See below:

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59	 	May/27/20 12:27 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=7

23	 	May/12/20 2:50 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=240

14	 	May/17/20 6:33 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=546

210	 	May/29/20 12:53 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=654

46	 	May/26/20 3:06 AM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=1177

21	 	May/17/20 3:10 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=5032

61	 	May/27/20 3:24 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=5062



24	 	May/22/20 12:20 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=9

68	 	May/27/20 3:22 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2143

101	 	May/29/20 12:58 AM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=12
I checked the bottom of the list, the three worst entries were all 1930s Grand Prix crashes. I am disappointed by that, it was a tough project.
One could possibly conclude that, the longer entries are online, the more they've been clicked. (*surprised Pikachu*)


The 1930 Crashes are extremely valuable. But probably not to the majority of (modern) motor racing fans. On the other hand, those who actively search for pictures from that era will cherish them even more.

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 12:21 pm
by Motorsportrace
PTRACER wrote:
11 months ago
Bloody hell, you guys don't ask for much... ;)

Let me check them out and let you know.

EDIT: See below:

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59	 	May/27/20 12:27 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=7

23	 	May/12/20 2:50 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=240

14	 	May/17/20 6:33 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=546

210	 	May/29/20 12:53 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=654

46	 	May/26/20 3:06 AM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=1177

21	 	May/17/20 3:10 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=5032

61	 	May/27/20 3:24 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=5062



24	 	May/22/20 12:20 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=9

68	 	May/27/20 3:22 PM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2143

101	 	May/29/20 12:58 AM	  /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=12
I checked the bottom of the list, the three worst entries were all 1930s Grand Prix crashes. I am disappointed by that, it was a tough project.
Thank you.
But...
Can you tell me the views about the entries I posted here? Particularly, the Tordi/Buscherini ones.

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 12:39 pm
by PTRACER
27 May/29/20 3:00 AM /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2160
25 May/29/20 3:00 AM /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2161

Not too bad for a relatively niche accident. The number of views last month was 11 each for both entries, so it seems more people have viewed them this month.

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 15:42 pm
by Motorsportrace
PTRACER wrote:
11 months ago
27 May/29/20 3:00 AM /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2160
25 May/29/20 3:00 AM /cpdb/crashphotos_view.php?page=view&editid1=2161

Not too bad for a relatively niche accident. The number of views last month was 11 each for both entries, so it seems more people have viewed them this month.
Thanks a lot for that. :thumbsup:
I hope I didn't ask too much... :mrgreen: :suspicious:

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 17:23 pm
by PTRACER
Nah, it's fine ;)

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Wed Jun 03, 2020 12:20 pm
by acerogers58
Someone shared the Neil Bonnett Talladega wreck from 1993 on the NASCAR reddit and it has over 500 Upvotes so I’m guessing that’s gonna have alot of hits at the moment.

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 11:03 am
by hollie3sa
Any recent developments?

A gain/drop in views?


Could you tell me how many times this entry has been clicked?
http://the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/crashpho ... itid1=5107

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 15:05 pm
by PTRACER
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 16:40 pm
by Motorsportrace
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?
Some entries don't show up on a Google Images search, though.

Like this:
http://the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/crashpho ... itid1=2145

And...
Can you tell me the views of this entry, please? :suspicious:

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 03:34 am
by PTRACER
Motorsportrace wrote:
7 months ago
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?
Some entries don't show up on a Google Images search, though.

Like this:
http://the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/crashpho ... itid1=2145

And...
Can you tell me the views of this entry, please? :suspicious:
If the stats are correct, then 82 clicks in August.

What do you think of that?

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 13:42 pm
by Motorsportrace
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
Motorsportrace wrote:
7 months ago
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?
Some entries don't show up on a Google Images search, though.

Like this:
http://the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/crashpho ... itid1=2145

And...
Can you tell me the views of this entry, please? :suspicious:
If the stats are correct, then 82 clicks in August.

What do you think of that?
It's good, even if it can't be found on Google Images. :thumbsup:

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 13:50 pm
by hollie3sa
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?
Absolutely :mrgreen:


I feel the CPdB is perceived completely differently throughout the motor racing community. Which was certain to all of us from the getgo.
What do you think about advertising it a bit more?

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 14:04 pm
by PTRACER
Motorsportrace wrote:
7 months ago
It's good, even if it can't be found on Google Images. :thumbsup:
Sadly I'm not in control of that :bye:
hollie3sa wrote:
7 months ago
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
We have a new host now, so I will let you know. If The Stig from Top Gear is emailing us, that must be good right?
Absolutely :mrgreen:

I feel the CPdB is perceived completely differently throughout the motor racing community. Which was certain to all of us from the getgo.
What do you think about advertising it a bit more?
How shall we advertise it? Even if famous people have given it their blessing, photo companies have not, so I'm still a little worried :dunno:

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 16:46 pm
by Motorsportrace
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
How shall we advertise it? Even if famous people have given it their blessing, photo companies have not, so I'm still a little worried :dunno:
I'm surprised nobody asked to remove anything yet.
Let's hope it continues like that...

Re: CPdB views (since March 21)

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 16:58 pm
by PTRACER
Motorsportrace wrote:
7 months ago
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
How shall we advertise it? Even if famous people have given it their blessing, photo companies have not, so I'm still a little worried :dunno:
I'm surprised nobody asked to remove anything yet.
Let's hope it continues like that...
Yeah I hope so too! Very much hoping that the big photo companies realise we are doing them a favour, rather than doing them out of money :aggro: