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How do I put a link in?

Imagine23 8 241 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 5:51PM

Can someone please tell me how you put a link thing in to the forum? I'm doing the one hour challange tomorrow so need to put the mods page up.

Also I've just joined e2 and so all my stats have come up. Whats a decent click to view ratio? Mine are between 1 in 2 and 1 in 6 but as I've got nothing to compare it to I've no idea if this is good or bad! I know there was a forum about it before but I couldn't find it again - sorry - Im just curious and don't mean to provoke another 'click' discussion again! Smile



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Boyd 11 11.2k 11 Wales
23 Jul 2006 5:57PM
From the FAQ section - How do I do links in the forum?

No idea about the statistics but, if I were you, I wouldn't worry about them.
justin c 11 4.6k 36 England
23 Jul 2006 5:57PM
Imagine23 8 241 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 6:01PM
Thanks, I should have thought to look in the information bit - the heat must have got to me today!
JohnHawthorne 9 1.7k 5 Scotland
23 Jul 2006 6:22PM

Quote:Whats a decent click to view ratio? Mine are between 1 in 2 and 1 in 6 but as I've got nothing to compare it to

I can't be bothered having a massive debate about it, but sometimes it is interesting to know the click to view ratio. Mainly because I like numbers. Numbers are your friend.

Here's my stats page here if you want something to compare yours to. Feel free to have a giggle to yourself about them, especially the 'Amy' shot. Smile
Tooth 9 5.8k 227 Ireland
23 Jul 2006 6:32PM
I find the personal click to view ratio is useful - it gives you an idea if there's something about a pic people don't like tha you may not have noticed, or conversely if something has the "wow" factor. For instance, mine average about three views per click, but the better ones are nearer two. Some of the worst ones go up to six or seven views per click though, and that tells me there's something wrong.
I say the personal ratio, because it's useful to guage aspects of your own wotrkk, but IMO you should never get hung up comparing any figurs of your own to other psople's.

Hope that makes sense

Imagine23 8 241 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 7:15PM
Thanks John and Stephen, that is v helpful Smile

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