Welcome GUEST!      CREATE ACCOUNT - Forgot Password?

Create an account to share your experiences and more!

E-MAIL   PASS  

Auto Log-in Future Sessions (on this computer).
User Polls Daily polls where users can vote and give their opinion!

When writing a review, which part is most often the hardest to do?

Type: Our Site

Submitted by Drooler (218)
Pro's 0% 0 Votes
Con's 6% 1 Votes
Bottom Line 31% 5 Votes
There's no big difference 44% 7 Votes
Other 19% 3 Votes

Reply to Poll
Register to Vote!

16 Votes Total

Jun 13, 2014

Poll Replies (6)

Replies to the user poll above.

Msg # User Message Date

1

turboshaft (24) Bottom Line, since I tend to ramble (though this is usually a good sign that I like the site). I also sometimes have trouble coming up with a good score.
06-13-14  02:47am

Reply To Message

2

Jay G (65) If it's hard to do, I don't. I'm lazy & only write reviews when I have something(s) to say. Once I start talking however, I'm also too lazy to shut up quickly, so the review just comes out naturally.
06-13-14  12:45pm

Reply To Message

3

Drooler (218) I feel that a review has to be written in prose, but the standard format for pro's and con's here is bullet points. That doesn't necessarily easy, because you have imply analysis based on what you expect people to want to know. Still, the bottom line I find harder to do if I really want to write it well.

If I don't give much of a squat, then there's no big difference. It all comes out like it's from a semi-automatic firearm: bullet, bullet, bullet ...

Lazy reviewers are actually better for lazy readers, anyway.

06-13-14  04:34pm

Reply To Message

4

pat362 (367) It really depends on the site I'm reviewing. I tend to have a little harder time with the bottom only bat that's usually because I'm trying to get my point across without rambling on.
06-13-14  06:17pm

Reply To Message

5

Monahan (40) The number of points the site is worth.

How do I score a lousy site? A great site? A lousy site with some good/great stuff, a great site with superb content but lousy navigation, a good site that has crummy business practices, etc.

There are so many variables, good & bad, that it makes it very tough to decide on a single score.

06-13-14  10:24pm

Reply To Message

6

Cybertoad (102) I think cons are the ones I am most careful with, what I wrote and how I do so can affect a websites income. So my goal is to be as accurate as possible.
06-14-14  09:54am

Reply To Message

*Message rows highlighted in light orange are replies to replies.

Home - Sites - Users - Reviews - Comments - Categories - Forum

Contact Us - Announcements - FAQ's - Terms & Rules - Porn Review - Webmasters

Protecting Minors
We are strong supporters of RTA and ICRA, two of the most recognized self labeling organizations. Our site is properly labeled to assist in the protection of minors accessing inappopriate content. For information about filtering tools, check this site.

DISCLAIMER: ALL MODELS APPEARING ON THIS WEBSITE ARE 18 YEARS OR OLDER.

To report child pornography, go directly to ASACP!  We're proud to be a corporate sponsor.
Have concerns or questions about porn addiction?  We recommend this helpful resource.

Copyright © 2007 Ranks.com, Inc. and its licensors. All Rights Reserved.


Loaded in 0.01 seconds.