8 years ago
Funny, the USA shines in deep green, while the rest of the world looks like the desert. For real they have 3 something percent of registered users in this community.
Europe appears completely grey, though they have more than double the users.
I'm in favour of this, as an alternate view.
Indeed current figures say a completely different, and not accurate, story than when compared to actual population.
When compared to population, according to Wikipedia, more accurate figures, for very few countries, are saying the following:
COUNTRY POPULATION USERS PCT
GREECE 11.000.000 213 0.19%
UK 63.000.000 974 0.15%
GERMANY 80.000.000 934 0.12%
MALTA 453.000 5 0.11%
US 316.000.000 3.303 0.10%
FRANCE 65.000.000 624 0.10%
ISRAEL 8.000.000 42 0.05%
INDIA 1.200.000.000 789 0.01%
CHINA 1.300.000.000 250 0.00%
That's way I fully promote this idea.
How about an option to which one to choose ?
I don’t like biased statistics either, so I promote.
No exact science.... in the ballpark of 10% deviation is fine so update population once every 2 years or so gives a fairly accurate number.
But as it looks now US is pretty good and Iceland has a measly 22 users. but for every million people US has 12 Mint users and Iceland has 171. That is significant market penetration...
This kind of number is important to show how good Mint is.
according to your idea,
this web site need to update population of each country periodically.
but present dev no need this.
this is a concern of area.