Tagged the Social Network Review Update
After reviewing tagged the Social Network for almost a year now, I have a different opinion of this site. I gave a review here on hub pages about ten months ago. I feel that at that time I gave the site a fair review, but that was before I really knew about how it worked. Tagged is a social networking site like face book. You can go on Tagged and play games just like face book, however on tagged you trade pets and pets are people.
Pets are people and some of these pets are nude or partially nude, this sometimes helps them sell or trade better.. These pictures are sometimes removed but not always. Girls and Guys alike are posting these nude pictures hoping that they will get picked and bought up, this raises their score. The name of the games is to have a higher score than the next person.
This is not a site for children, you are supposed to be 18 years old or older, to have a profile on Tagged. However, they do not know your real age, and they have no way of checking it out. You can make up a fake profile and be anyone that you want to be. Who knows the difference? No one knows.
This site is also a way to meet new people and social network with new friends. If you put on your profile, that you are dating, engaged or even married, that doesn’t matter to some of these tagged players. They send you private chat messages about leaving who you’re with and come be with them. If you give out your private email, than they turn around and send you private nude pictures and unwanted emails.
I personally don’t play on tagged! My fiancee Eric played for a while on tagged. This is not the typical case for everyone, who plays or has played tagged. This is my personal opinion and Eric's experience with this social network. You can say that I am wrong or disagree and that’s ok. You don’t have to agree with me. Why not experience it for yourself and just go sign up right now. And get yourself a Tagged account today.
According to some it’s addictive and I happen to agree with that statement as well. Always use social networks with caution and limit your time on them, or they could turn out to be a curse!!
By Rhonda G. Waits
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