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Tagged Review: +100 Million Social Dating?

I normally don’t do quick reviews of social media sites but I wanted to cover one that I recently came across. There’s a site called Tagged.com which seems to be a social networking app built to help you meet new people. When I saw the site advertising that they’ve got 100,000,000 people using the network, I had to take a closer look. I mean, 100 million people? Come on! That’s just absolutely insane. At any rate, I needed to share what I know about this network and whether or not it’s going to help you hookup. If you’re reading this thinking that it’s going to be the best of the best, then you’re 100% WRONG. However, you should do yourself a favor and read my review to learn more about it.

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My Tagged.com Review

Again, you’re just going to get the straight no BS review of this social network today. Nothing fluffed up and over-exaggerated by any means. If you’ve been using Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram then you know how social media works. this one is no different. Here’s my quick and dirty rundown of the site and why you might choose to stay away (at the end of the day).

What Is Tagged?

Tagged is a popular social networking platform that was started back in the early 2000s. While originally intended to be a purely friendly platform, it’s grown over the years, amassing an incredible 120,000,000 users. Nowadays, it’s predominantly popular with the African-American community. So, what do we think?

Reg/Join Process

Registration on Tagged requires email verification, in addition to a photo upload and a few pieces of information. You’re allowed to connect your Facebook & Google accounts here, so finishing up and getting to the site itself is all in all an easy process.

Features

A cool feature offered on Tagged is their games, which can really serve as great icebreakers when first getting to know someone. These all have integrated chat functionality so that you can set up private games with members you’re interested in.

Design

As far as design, the desktop version looks a lot like Myspace. Yes, that Myspace, the one that lost popularity around 2005. You can tell that this is marketed to young folks based on the sheer number of profile customization options.

Customize things like including patterned backgrounds, custom mouse cursors, and the ability to post YouTube videos to your profile. This is pretty tacky at the end of the day and might deter a lot of more mature users.

Just like many popular hookup apps around now, Tagged has a Tinder-like swiping game that works pretty much in the same fashion. As you browse through profiles one by one, you select them as an interest or choose to pass on them. If both parties have expressed interest, your profiles will be matched up and you’ll be able to reach out to them for messaging or game chats.

Conclusion: Not Bad, Not For Me Though

While it’s definitely a bit more than just a dating site, Tagged does a pretty decent job of providing a fun way to find possible partners. If you’re bored with the standard date apps and are looking for a fun new take, maybe give Tagged a shot.

However, this site is not for me. I’d rather use others that I know work like a charm versus chancing it here and likely striking out. My on-base percentage is WAY better here:  Fling.com World’s Best Personals!

Frankie Moretti

Frankie Moretti is an Italian investment banker who's a go-getter with an eye for staying ahead of trends. He's a sucker for hot women, data, fine wine and likes to take things to the extreme in all aspects of life. His motto is, "Life is like the Stock Market indices, make the right moves and you'll see more peaks!"

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