Archive for April, 2008
Welcome to the GirlsAskGuys blog! For all of our existing members, thank you for your valuable contributions; without your participation, we wouldn’t be where we are today! For visitors and newbies, welcome to GirlsAskGuys and we hope you’ll find it as informative and entertaining as we do!
To kick off our fist blog posting, we wanted to share with you the vision we have for GirlsAskGuys and highlight the features that make us the best place to go when you need answers or advice about relationships.
As our name indicates, we are first and foremost a Q & A website that helps you better understand the opposite sex. All of us, at one time or another, have wondered about the opposite sex. Many of us have worried about what they are thinking, how they are feeling or why they are acting a certain way. Some of us have agonized over the same. By creating a community of caring men and women eager to offer their insight and share their experience, we can help one another build better relationships; be them in love, friendship, family or work.
In addition to standard social networking features such as create a profile, upload pictures, and comment on existing content, at GirlsAskGuys you can:
- Ask Questions (anonymously, if you prefer)
- Give Answers and Advice (short and sweet or long-winded – we’re all ears)
- Get Quality Info (moderators remove offensive or, frankly, stupid content with no value)
- Create Polls (let people vote on the question and 1-5 answers you create)
- Send Messages (private messages to your new friends)
- Read Articles (written by our own members about their insight and experience)
- Earn points (awarded based on participation)
- Much More…
We recently celebrated our 1 Year Anniversary. With 8,000 members and 50,000 pages of relationship advice under our hat, we are very excited and hopeful headed into our second year. Our plans include design enhancements, navigation improvements, Facebook application and the addition of videos including a GirlsAskGuys VJ! If you have any suggestions or requests (http://www.girlsaskguys.com/feedback.html) for us, don’t hesitate to let us know. We take all of your feedback to heart (and often to brainstorming meetings!) so please keep the comments coming – both good and bad.
In closing and on behalf of the GirlsAskGuys team, thank you to everyone who has helped make GirlsAskGuys such a great place to go.
VP Business and Development