Advice to standard members  

rm_Statler73 44M
2 posts
9/26/2005 8:58 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Advice to standard members

Having had a previous account with a very obvious name e.g. for discretion I re-joined with a slightly more discrete name, (so sorry to those reading beleive it or not my name is not statler).

Whilst I am comtemplating becoming a silver member, minds made up but the process behind doing so it needs to be investigated.

However what I have noticed is that in my new account I have points and have accumalted quite a few. Why is this? Thinking about it it is because I am probably now more willing to contribute than before as I'm more anonymous.

Secondly I have more time, I reckon one needs to be on here at least 2-3 times a week. More importantly I've even uploaded a photo, started a blog etc. so even the way I think is different.

Basically my advice is at the start read the help, and check out your points (in home), find groups to contribute too (having said that there are quite a few crap groups).

Being honest I use this service as a means to go into chatrooms and chat to people and have a laugh. I even can see the differences in groups where people post/contribute and those where people don't and it is just an advertisement group. e.g. I'm a desperate male please mail me for sex etc. Admittedly I used to be an infrequent contributor and just go to chatrooms, but I would encourage anyone not to do this. I've learnt from my mistake so I hope you will too.

To be honest I found it tough at the beginning as it is hard to get advice or understand how things work, so if you want some mail (if you can, if not reply to the blog).

Anyway thats it for now hopefully will have an update on the membership issue, see if there is an easy way.

redmustang91 57M  
8605 posts
9/26/2005 9:35 am

I found chat annoying and hard to break into so I just blog and email women who generally ignore me!

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