It is my belief that a favorable review should actually entice readers to want to go see the girl

It is my belief that a favorable review should actually entice readers to want to go see the girl

[QUOTE=Vino 7373]Obviously, there’s a difference in opinion as to how much or how little info we should put into our reviews.

I’ve gone to see several providers because of reading the “juicy details” and simply HAD to go see the girl because of this info. As a provider, I would think that a reviewer divulging info as to why his session was so special would be a positive thing. You DO want extra business from these reviews, don’t you?

Isn’t that the point of the review?

This town is notoriously cheap in its wages paid out of employees. Yet, good salesmen make great incomes here. It’s because of their descriptive powers and the ability to make a customer simply must have whatever they’re selling. Why should a review be any different?

I think it should be up to the provider to determine how detailed she wants her review to https://hookupdate.net/cs/std-seznamka/ be. If you’ve had a great session, just ask her how much info she’d like posted about the experience. That way, the most important person in this deal (the provider) gets exactly what she wants. Ladies, any input here?

In light of what’s been happening to me lately, I’m leaning on the discreet info route. In fact, we should get back to using the codes and acronyms in the reviews. God help the poor soul who’s SO becomes aware of all this.

[QUOTE=Nnms46]In light of what’s been happening to me lately, I’m leaning on the discreet info route. In fact, we should get back to using the codes and acronyms in the reviews. God help the poor soul who’s SO becomes aware of all this.[/QUOTE]The codes and acronyms are utterly stupid and useless. What makes you think that anyone else can’t figure out what they mean, or even ASK what they mean?

Seriously, I see people typing $.5 or crap like that when they mean $50. Just say what you mean. You’re not fooling anyone, except perhaps yourself.

Leaving it up to each provider is a good idea but I for one can say for a fact that LE has contacted me off of this site via pm and phone n.umerous time from 2 of the florida boards, this being one of them. It’s not just about LE. People have a rite of passage on here, a person that just comes in asking questions is usually pointed out. In the same way some details should be left to members who have earned the right to read them. Why let everyone know the details?

Women and men on here take risks everyday I think the one’s that have earned their respect as a member should have more information than one’s that haven’t. I posted for another girl and recieved a message asking how am I “affiliated” with them. Not very mongerish!

[QUOTE=Vino 7373]Obviously, there’s a difference in opinion as to how much or how little info we should put into our reviews.

I’ve gone to see several providers because of reading the “juicy details” and simply HAD to go see the girl because of this info. As a provider, I would think that a reviewer divulging info as to why his session was so special would be a positive thing. You DO want extra business from these reviews, don’t you?

Isn’t that the point of the review?

This town is notoriously cheap in its wages paid out of employees. Yet, good salesmen make great incomes here. It’s because of their descriptive powers and the ability to make a customer simply must have whatever they’re selling. Why should a review be any different?