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What do you do when you think someone has rated a site too high or too low?

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Submitted by Wittyguy (105)
Post a reply to the review 44% 16 Votes
Send them an email 0% 0 Votes
Suck it up and do nothing 47% 17 Votes
Do something else 8% 3 Votes

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36 Votes Total

Aug 1, 2008

Poll Replies (12)

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NMC2008 (7) Nothing at all, it's their opinion and or experience with the site, then they have the right to rate it as high as they feel it should be rated.... BUT I am skeptical of those high newbie reviews because it makes me think they are tied to said site, which is kinda sad and unfair, but we know shenanigans are always going down on the internets.
08-01-08  12:21am

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surferman (5) Lets face it, we all have our different likings, and if I like a particular genre I am more likely to rate it higher than someone who does not like that type of porn. I think I am clued up enough to come to my own opinion, and use the scores as a guide only.
08-01-08  12:33am

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Drooler (220) I suck it up and do nothing most of the time. I'm awfaid dey might get mad if I disagwee wit dem!!!
08-01-08  01:21am

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Denner (235) Normally nothing - once in a while (rarely) I might send a reply if it's one of my own favorite sites and I feel the score is way too low and not well founded...
Never if I think it's too high....man, they probably like the site, then.

On the other hand: A low score could be a good warning if you have never been there - and then a "thanks-reply" is fine.

08-01-08  03:45am

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Cybertoad (Disabled) I will reply at times when I have questions about why they reviewed something. Like if a person says they have DRm and they appear to then it helps for me to know. I also take in consideration before responding, are they new?

For the most part, I have hard time when a person really trashes a site, because there is probably no site that deserve being beat up just because you didnt like it. But thats also when I wont comment. A person that will trash the name of a site harshly would most likely attack me for questioning it.

If a person says a site sucks, i find that inapprpriate, if they why it sucks I appreciate that . Make Sense?

But I agree, its a fine line when yopu reply and especially do not agree with a review.
But we have variable,
Reviewers all: there gender, there niches' there body types, favorite positions and avast other things we willl never know that drive the review.
I personallt like MILFs.If they are good they make a 20year old tart look like she is lost in the forest. You take a mide 30's or 40's hot MILF and she will take you places. Went off there for a sec, but you get the point.

Reminds me of a comedian i heard about twenty years ago, he was talking about wanting to have sex with DR. Ruth. And the punch line I want to do her, because she knows how to do things, things I want done.

Stuck in my mind to this day.

I am sure some look at MILf and go yukk,.
so its perspective my friends. And respect of a persons view.

08-01-08  09:24am

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Wittyguy (105) Typically I don't really do anything because most lopsided reviews tend to come from people who put very little into that review or have done very few reviews. For members who have been around and typically write good reviews I sometimes reply to the review and ask why they rated a site like they did (only when I know something about the site they're rating).

I tend not to do this too much because the impression I've gotten, even though my questions are merely seeking to clarify and not accuse, is that people get a bit defensive when challenged about their score. I've haven't really been questioned yet on a score I've given so I'm not entirely sure how I'd feel about it.

Another way I respond is if I like the person's reviews but think they're scoring too high I leave a comment with my trust vote letting them know.

As an aside, I got inspired to propose this poll through some replies with Exoticsforme. There's a new thread in the forum now about scoring/ratings sites -- http://www.pornusers.com/forum/forum_thr...ad.html?threadid=172.

08-01-08  11:48am

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pat362 (375) I usually look at how many reviews the person has had. If the site being reviewed is unknown and the score is in the 90's then my first thought is fake review. I tend to dosregard that review abd await somebody else's whom I trust.
08-01-08  06:23pm

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MargulisAZ (84) Yeah, sometimes I notice a review and think "wow", but I don't think it's my place to tell them how to review, since it's their own opinion. I just find it hard when a review seems to not be objective and all, and is written completely out of emotion of some sort or another.
08-01-08  07:12pm

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Monahan (44) REPLY TO #7 - pat362 :

If the review comments support the score, I'll remain silent about the score but may comment on some aspect of the review with which I disagree.

Otherwise I'll post a question if the reason for the score isn't explained in the commentary.

[If it's a newbie review I'll ignore the review altogether,)

08-02-08  07:31am

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pat362 (375) REPLY TO #9 - Monahan :

I agree that the reason for the score will help me decide if the person is a fan and giving us an honest albeit biased review. I've noticed a few reviews where the score was in the high 90's but the reason weren't sufficient to justify that score. Those reviews feel like advertising on the part of the webmaster.
08-02-08  07:04pm

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nygiants03 (162) I dont do anything atless it is just flat out wrong. If people give a great site like FTV girls or 1byday a 70, then i write a reply. Otherwise I just suck it up, and let it go.
08-04-08  09:43am

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mbaya (366) I would not do anything. That is their opinion and they may be focusing on something I may not see the same. We all have biases and there are a lot of websites, more than enough for everyone.
09-27-08  03:15am

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