There are often many difficulties in obtaining likes/shares and tweets about adult topics such as the adult casual dating or other "grown up" subjects.Some people are shy about publicly liking these types of sites and services so it can make promotion on social media even more difficult. However, when we talk about it openly (on social media) admitting what it is we’re buying, it’s a different story.Some of the higher rated ones were pretty marginal, so it makes me wonder if a dating service can pay to get a high rating on that review site.In the last year or so, OKCupid has vastly expanded both their relationship description and gender description options.Google’s search algorithms are not at all friendly to adult-oriented dating sites so online marketers have to get creative in the ways they choose to advertise and grow a following.
For me, I've found that anyone with less than an 80% rating is *very* unlikely to be a good match. It doesn't change who they match you with, but it *does* affect whether someone who sees your profile will be interested in communicating with you.
Check out the review site that Alicia Nicole operates; her info seems to be pretty good. I looked it over, and the OKC review was reasonably good, but there was something odd.
OKC was low rated, but the written review had only good things to say about it.
It needs to be a real photo that helps them see the human side of your business.
This also shows the propsect you are real with a method of contacting you if any problems arise.
Since I’m polyamorous, I don’t necessarily stop using a site if I establish a relationship with someone, so I have years of *successful* experience with OKCupid.