Today I’m here to chat a bit about the Hi5 social network. I’ve been known to dabble in certain things like this but almost every single time, I end up back on my favorite networks. When sex comes easy, you just stick with what works.
You’ll find all the details about this site below and why it might be worth trying or perhaps avoiding depending on what you’re looking for. Here’s the scoop!
My Experience Testing The Hi5 Social Network
If you’re old enough to remember MySpace, you might remember another site that came into fruition around that time as well. Hi5 began in 2004 as another social networking site named Tagg or Tagged or something like that and by 2009 redesigned itself as more of a social gaming platform.
How does this have anything at all to do with dating? Well, one great feature of Hi5 is that many of its 40 million monthly users are single men and women who enjoy similar activities (gaming). They are also in over 200 countries and in 50 languages, so pretty much no matter where you are or what you speak, Hi5 might be an option for you.
Is It Popular?
I don’t need to tell you, but social networking is huge and Hi5 is a very popular site. Similar to Friendster or Facebook, you can share photos, update your status, join groups, and find out about events in your area. And if your Facebook friends got tired of you sending them requests for Mafia Wars or Farmville (not farmersonly), rest assured that nobody on Hi5 will be unfriending because you need a plow!
Joining Hi5 #TheFacts
Joining Hi5 is completely free. The initial signup process is pretty quick and just requires a username, password, first and last name, gender, and email address. If you want to upload a picture of yourself, you can and once you’re a member, you can add in more photos to your album. At this point, you can leave your profile as it is, or you can choose to add in more information.
Remember, the more you add, the more chances you have of people wanting to connect with you. Continuar leyendo “Hi5 Review: I Recently Got A Login, Here’s My Feedback”