For a web based social media site with user registration, what would be the expected rate of unverified registrations. Meaning, what percentage of people who register for an account never verify via email?
For the sake of the question, assume that there are no bots in play. There is a captcha prior to the initial registration submission.
I realize there are a lot of factors in play, but I'm trying to get a broad sense of what "normal" might be. My search Fu failed me at all attempts.
Oh magical interwebs...do you have an answer?
posted by Edubya
on Feb 4, 2010 -
Why are there places that charge you $35 dollars a year for a domain name (register.com, netsol.com) while there are others that charge you as low as $7 dollars a year for a domain (godaddy.com, namesecure.com)? What's the catch?
posted by falameufilho
on Jul 6, 2006 -
Yahoo is now offering domain name registration for $4.98 per year. I have my domains registered with GoDaddy but a couple are due for renewal soon. Is Yahoo's deal too good to be true? Have any of you had bad experiences with them? Should I switch?
posted by madman
on Jan 26, 2005 -