vBulletinHosting - Client Case Studies

Case Study: Playfish

In less than two years Playfish has become one of the worlds' leading and fastest growing social games companies, changing the way people play games online by providing more social and connected experiences

By combining creativity, innovation and originality when creating games for friends to play over social and mobile platforms such as Facebook, MySpace, Google, Bebo, iPhone and Android, the company has become hugely successful.

Case Study: AVForums.com

AVForums.com is one of Europe's largest audio-visual community forums. It offers up to the minute audio-visual news, technical discussion about the latest gadgets from plasma screens to mobile phones to consoles, and competitions.

The forum is based on an extremely powerful platform, Vbulletin, and at its peak easily handles over 5,000 users simultaneously. Over one million unique users view in excess of 13 million page users each month, and of those, over half a million are registered users posting over two hundred thousand messages on a monthly basis.

Case Study: CelticMinded

Celticminded.com is one of the largest forums dedicated to Glasgow's Celtic FC.

The website is home to over 2,000 paid-up members, who regularly discuss Celtic's performance (both on and off the pitch) as well as a whole host of off-topic subjects. The forum has over 725K threads, almost 10 million posts and approximately 1270 online users. Traffic quadruples during Away games, where you find fans discussing pitch performance within a few seconds delay of any live match.

Case Study: TalkPhotography.co.uk - A Virtual Private Server Solution

TalkPhotography.co.uk TalkPhotography.co.uk is one of the UK's largest hobby and professional photography forums. With a community of over 4,000 active members, who regularly discuss topics ranging from photographic equipment and techniques, to individual photograph critique, the forum currently has over 130,000 threads, 1.5 million posts and boasts an extensive online photographic gallery.

Case Study: forum.alzheimers.org.uk - Alzheimer's Society

The Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation that works to improve the quality of life of those affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Society has also been running a forum since 2003. The forum is known as 'Talking Point' and now has over 200,000 posts as well as some 8,000 registered users accessing it on a daily basis. The forum is used by both people with dementia, carers, friends and family and its function is to provide a space for members to discuss all aspects of the condition