Monday, May 26, 2008

A Look at the Growth and Future of Entrecard

I just wanted to post a small update on the status of the Entrecard community. At this point, it appears as though some other members are reporting a slight slow-down in the rate at which they can sell credits, although this may be due to the overall status of the economy. From traffic estimates and other information, there hasn't been a slowdown in the growth of the site, and for the near future.

While there aren't exact figures available (easily accessible) anymore from Entrecard, a good estimate would put it easily in the range of 7,000 to 10,000+ members. With the most recent revision in pricing, the most expensive sites hover around 4,096 credits/day. As time goes on, there has been talk of adding more incremental amounts to the current pricing method. It also appears as though the most trafficked sites (for the most part) have a higher price, which is what the new system was intended to do.

As you can see from the traffic charts from both Alexa and Compete below, traffic hasn't slowed down since Entrecard's launch.

Entrecard - Traffic History from Compete

Entrecard - Traffic History from Alexa

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