Originally Posted by TwinMustang
As a recruit, I would be interested to know some of theses stats. For example, I was torn equally between recruiting into Halo or BF3. My personal preference is to join the division with the fewest members, to try and even things out a little.
The other stats, like member->casual and vice versa; very useful for tracking what percentage of members are 'Active' and how many might need a reminder.
From an administrative POV, it would clear the way for retention projects. I imagine the only reason a recruit would quit or simply fall inactive would be due to stagnancy. perhaps being unable to hit practice, or the practices are always with the same people. Practice captains would also be able to report on varying degrees of interest, and how they correlate to member/recruit activity.
Then there's the pride. Pride can be a strong motivator, and being able to determine exactly what there is to be proud of can be enough of an incentive to stick it out.
Might add that extra level of structure as well, knowing how many, say, senior members (more than X months membership) there are, for example.
I hope some of that made sense. I realize I rambled a bit.
Well if that's the case, Halo is split up into PMS and H2O since the division is big put together. BF3, on the other hand, is still a combined PMS/H2O since there only about 30-40ish members. But, I'd go with the game you like the most. All Divisions are welcoming families.