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Do you send feedback to the webmaster(s) of sites you join?

Type: General
Yes, often 18% 7 Votes
Sometimes, but not often 33% 13 Votes
Very rarely 48% 19 Votes
No, never 0% 0 Votes
Other 3% 1 Votes

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40 Votes Total

Sep 1, 2011

Poll Replies (17)

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Msg # User Message Date

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slutty (111) Once, on a bait-and-switch site that particularly pissed me off, didn't get a very nice response, after that didn't really see the point. I think posting good/bad experiences here is good enough.
09-01-11  12:57am

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RustyJ (145) Very rarely these days. They usually do not register feedback in any way. This site is way better for that purpose.
09-01-11  01:27am

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tangub (151) Well i put yes often because i am always asked to provide feedback on the ccbill cancellation forms. Thanks to TBP/PU i don't really join any lemons so rarely have the need to select anything other than "satisfied customer"....so i'm assuming the billing company forwards the feedback to the webmasters....I wonder if they actually do.
09-01-11  01:59am

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Capn (28) As I am always after niche content, I always give feedback & suggestions to sites which cater to it.

Telling them what in your view they are doing right or wrong helps them tune the content better.

If I receive no response to my feedback though, I don't bother them again & move on.

Cap'n. :0)

09-01-11  02:28am

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Drooler (218) First there were porn sites: few, more, then masses of them. Then along came PU, not the first review site to offer user feedback, but certainly the first to feature it.

That's when a little contest got started up about who decides what the proper protocol should be when a site has flaws, errors especially. I've heard from a fair number of sites, and often their "rule" is "Just tell us; we don't want the bad news going out on PU."

Sometimes I've done that out of courtesy. But the point I wish to make is that there is no one who ultimately decides how to deal with such things. A user may post a criticism based on fact. And the message to the sites is -- and I don't know how many times I've said this -- check your work before posting it.

I've gotten less inclined to communicate with sites lately. Have gotten some rather amusing rhetorical bullshit when I've sent them objections to things. There's bullshit at work, bullshit in the family, bullshit in the post box, bullshit on TV ... Someone's got to stem the tide. And who else?

09-01-11  06:21am

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jberryl69 (12) Depending on the site they will publish but unless it's glowing comments they almost never publish it. Throated being the exception that what you type is what you get... at least in my experience.
09-01-11  07:14am

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pat362 (365) I rarely do it except when i cancel my memberhsip but this is on the CC processor so no way of knowing if the feedback gets to the webmaster. Maybe I should do it more often. It can't hurt and might help the webmaster to decide that it's time to do certain chnages because enough members have brought up that issue.
09-01-11  07:59am

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lk2fireone (194) I put very rarely. Sometimes a credit card processor asks why I am cancelling a membership, but I don't consider that direct contact with a webmaster. Also don't consider it direct contact with a webmaster when I rarely send a request to tech help for a problem.
09-01-11  10:06am

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pinkerton (34) I doubt they'd bother acting on any feedback unless it was the same issue reporting but many other customers
09-01-11  12:38pm

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graymane (29) Rarely.
But If they request, or demonstrate an interest in our thoughts about something, I usually throw my two-cents in.
And, of course, if I'm being F..ked over, they hear from me faster than a humming-bird stealing a quickie.

09-01-11  05:13pm

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PinkPanther (44) There are webmasters, such as Alex at ALS Scan, that clearly seek members input and feedback - and I give it. There are webmasters that request feedback and then disappear into thin air, seemingly, giving no indication that they pay any attention to the feedback they receive. I tend to continue to give feedback in the first category and stop giving feedback in the 2nd category.
09-01-11  08:47pm

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otoh (54) Some sites like Petites Parisiennes are very open to input and ideas for the sets, so I communicate regularly with the webmaster there. And similarly, eg FigureBaby and Holly Randall accept comments on sets, which I also see as feedback - and if the webmaster is engaged, I'm more likely to be.

But a couple of times I've emailed and got nothing back; in which case I just give up, got better things to do than flog a dead horse.

But as tangub said, being able to vet sites here cuts down on any really bad sites that specifically need complaining about.

09-02-11  03:50am

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manholelover (24) Yes, but normally only if i have a problem with the site, and the responses vary greatly...
09-02-11  09:37am

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dracken (246) I give feedback as often as I can. Nubiles has a great forum, Woodmancastingx is another great forum that allows users to communicate directly with the webmasters and talent. Other sites are less responsive and even a negative review doesn't influence them enough to change anything.

Nonetheless it can't hurt to keep pushing, right?

09-03-11  08:35pm

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slategrey (13) Only when i think it is something really unpleasant about the website. Think only did it like twice.
09-05-11  03:23pm

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mbaya (356) I have, but with mixed results. Some respond. Some respond with sarcasm and most ignore me.
10-03-11  08:11am

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LatexRyan (17) I have done a couple of times, I've even emailed the model of a certain site to let her know my views of her recent sets after I was ignored by the webmaster. Said model got a bit upset at me saying that as a member I didn't appreciate a couple of her recent sets and thought that they were somewhat poor. That leaves me wondering if there is any point in sending it to either the models or the webmasters as more often than not they ignore what I have to say.
05-20-12  08:41am

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