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Do you ever read archived reviews for a site you're thinking of joining?

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Yes, usually 66% 23 Votes
Yes, but rarely 26% 9 Votes
No 9% 3 Votes

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35 Votes Total

May 5, 2013

Poll Replies (17)

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Marcus (47) I do if there are no current reviews, the current review(s) are vague, or if the score on the current review seems disproportionately low/high.
05-05-13  12:19am

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tangub (155) Yes I usually do for the same reasons marcus said.
05-05-13  01:23am

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RustyJ (145) Always if there are no recent ones available but that means really rarely. Especially if it's more of a photo site, even the old ones are relevant. Consider sites like 21Sextury and DDF, I'd say the older content is actually better if video is not the main attraction for you and many late reviews do not really go into old low resolution video stuff even if very good photo sets are included with them.
05-05-13  01:50am

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Jay G (67) Yes, ALWAYS....any site I might join. All the information I can get is appreciated.
05-05-13  04:26am

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marcdc1 (174) REPLY TO #4 - Jay G :

I agree "the more you know..."

or as GI Joe taught us "knowing is half the battle"

05-05-13  04:29am

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pat362 (373) I always check to see if a site I'm about to join has at least one review and regardless that it's an older one. The info may no longer be accurate but I doubt that a site that got an horrendous score with supporting data will have improved to the point of where it is now a good site.

It's a little trickier with a site that was tagged as good or better and has no recent review because it may still be the same but it can also have had a serious drop in quality. The fact that a good site has not had a recent review can be cause for concern.

05-05-13  07:06am

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Cybertoad (Disabled)

Sometimes a trusted member will have done an older one so yes allot of the time.

05-05-13  08:22am

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Monahan (42) Absopositively do. I want to know what the site was like two or more years ago and what PU member replies were back then...then compare those observations to the current ones.

Some (a few) sites actually show some improvement but most seem like nothing has changed.

05-05-13  09:13am

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gaypornolover (38) Yes always - I want to know as much about a site as I can. Obviously archived reviews won't be current, so I keep that in mind, but in my experiences sites rarely change all that much in their basic style and ethos and an archived review might contain some useful info the authors of new reviews miss out on.

Obviously if a newer review mentions something has changed since then I'll take note.

05-05-13  09:54am

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jberryl69 (Disabled) I said "rarely" but most often if there is not a current review.
05-05-13  12:53pm

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slutty (111) Like Jay G, any review I can find I will read if I am interested in joining.
05-05-13  03:03pm

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All4One (0) Depending on the site, my interest within the site and what's in it for me.
05-05-13  03:38pm

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Buckhead (13) It can be helpful, but things change so often, so I do not often look.
05-05-13  08:19pm

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Capn (28) Seldom happens these days, but if I am considering a join, yes, I certainly would look at archived reviews.

Cap'n. :0)

05-06-13  12:18pm

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Drooler (220) I read them for reasons given above. To be a little more specific on the wisdom of GI Joe, sometimes there's an important detail that none of the newer reviews have mentioned. The only way to know if that's true is to blow the dust off the oldies and crack the binding. I've never regretted it.
05-06-13  04:26pm

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lk2fireone (196) I usually look over the archived reviews.
05-07-13  05:11pm

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otoh (54) As with most others, I'll look over most reviews. Maybe if there are plenty of recent ones I won't bother, but if not, I'll definitely read the archived ones. Most sites tend to stick with what works, so there is often not much difference, even from a couple of years or more ago.
05-11-13  06:40am

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