Hopefully Linden Lab takes note of things on blogs like this. Not all Residents are gripers full of hot air; the tier cost is really severe, especially for non-profits, who had their tier doubled this past year to standard rate. If a viable way can be found to cut tier, it should help encourage region growth again.
Originally posted on Prim Perfect:
I’ve now got the results of the poll I set up recently and they are very interesting – and in some ways reassuring for Linden Lab. But they also highlight what are people’s serious concerns. I print the full data at the bottom of this post, below my thoughts on this.
I had 246 responses, which isn’t bad for a representative selection – the average UK opinion poll is about 1,500 surveyed for 67 million, so we’re doing rather well. However, balanced against that we have to take into consideration that this was a self-selected poll, in that people had to be sufficiently interested in Second Life to be reading this blog or another that recommended the survey – which suggests a relatively high level of engagement. There’s also the possibility that individuals could have ‘gamed’ the poll by multiple submissions – however, this does not seem to be…
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