On.com Review: Why It Just Doesn’t Work for a Matchmaking Site Online

Sites like On.com might claim to be supported by big names like CNN, but that means absolutely nothing. It just means that their advertising department is focusing on the wrong thing. That’s pretty obvious. The more time that we spent on this site, the more it became pretty obvious that it’s just a bunch of people posting inappropriate pictures of themselves and nothing else. While that might be the kind of style of dating that some people enjoy, it’s really not for us. It doesn’t do anything but rub us the wrong way, and we weren’t happy about it. This site doesn’t have the vibe of anyone actually being serious about finding their match. This is something that becomes even more clear as time went on in our review. It’s also a piss-poor site. In general, we try to be very forgiving as far as layouts go. If the site is otherwise well-managed, we can usually tolerate them, but that’s not the case when it’s this bad. This site, unfortunately, doesn’t seem to understand how to really put anything together and not have broken images. This makes for a very disconcerting site overall. We weren’t happy about it. This whole site just put us off, and it really made us…

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