Originally Posted by Jules
The only factors 'seems' to be genre.
Also what was the reasoning for not letting a writer know who downloaded their script, in the way that inktip does, I understand and industry professional might be more willing to view a script if there anon is protected. Assumedly, that's the reason? Fair enough.
If a person opts to view the script online, instead of downloading, does that still count towards the download info on the script page?
And what are 'impressions?'
Your assumption is correct on the first point.
If a person reads a script online, that does, in fact constitute a download and will be indicated as such.
Impressions are views of the script page.
Genre and logline are the two we are currently working with, but we will be adding more in the very near future.