Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Love is the bug (consumer testing, part 1)...

Oh dear. Joined this site on recommendation. It trumpeted its freeness. You can get many things for free that on many sites you'd have to pay for. First impressions?

When a horrible bug nag screen came across my profile even before I could finish it (there was no close button to complete the profile) I knew that I wasn't going to like this site.

When you log on again, once again that bloody nag screen.

OK, I'm a hardly person, press on. OK, decided to search. As a free site it must be teeming with eager things ready to meet others for friendship. love and some heavy duty bonking.

My London search yielded only 5 women who had been on the site within the last month. 5 women. Even my UK wide search yielded very few people who have visited the site.

I'd really like to know what is going on??? Anyone else's experience. Anyway, that's a first expression and I've been able to email someone without being charged a penny.

Will visit again soon, but don't really hold out much hope of catching any fish.

I don't want to tempt fate but my famine may be over soon.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Im not sure why you have it in for loveisthebug I use this site regularly and find the people on there genuine. I will say one thing due to the fact its free they probably cant afford to market like the big sites. i think sites like these who follow modern internet business models are the future and its the sites who charge who days are numbered.Just a thought anyhow

Simplesolly said...
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Anonymous said...

The worst dating site I have ever visited. No users and nag screen drives you mad.