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I saw threads a while back discussing the relevance of site traffic at HPC in regards to consumer sentiment towards an HPC.

As HPC is the first site which pops up on google when you search for 'house price crash' I suspect that there is some correlation.

Does the site seem quieter the last few days? There certainly seems to have been less posts during the daytime (work) hours.

Any comments/ideas as to why?

Could this be that less people are searching for HPC on google, or just that the site has so many ads that it takes three weeks to load the homepage first time round?

Have people decamped elsewhere (regulars) or are people still posting at the same rate?

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I've been going elsewhere a lot more latley. I'm tired of the adverts, sick of the slow, jerky scrolling and fed up with being advised to download firefox/ad blockers etc as I don't need them for the other place, or any other place but here.

The only speedy thing on here now is the swiftness of moving threads off the main board that contain links to certain places or mention anything about being pi**ed of with how this place is going crap. Reminds me of the heavy moderation of that C4 site we all used to laugh about.

As soon as the other place gets busier, I'll be staying there.

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