Review: TNA Board
TNA Board is a national website with forums, provider listings, and reviews. Overall, this site seems to offer many of the things that a good portion of hobbyists want in a site. Forums for discussion, listings and advertising for finding providers, and reviews to help select the best possible ladies. Additionally, the fact that the site has a broad area of coverage means that it is potentially useful to a larger audience than the more regional websites.
In using this site, I found that it is not particularly user friendly. It has a large amount of advertising for other websites and businesses, the forums are a bit cumbersome to use, and searching for ladies has led to some uneven results.
I am a big fan of forums and open discussions, but so far have found the discussions on TNA Board. . . Unfulfilling. The format is not very user-friendly and I experienced numerous errors when trying to post or edit. I feel that simple is best when it comes to discussion formats.
The advertising on the site is a bit distracting. I understand that they are using advertising to fund the site, something that The ValleyScott Blog is attempting to do as well. But the advertising on TNA Board can be very graphic, making the site unusable in mixed company (other discussion forums I have used in the past were very clean looking which allowed me to go online in public, something I am not comfortable doing with TNA Board).
So far, searching for providers on the site has yielded some very uneven results. In some areas I have found many quality listings, some for ladies I already know of and some ladies that I am unfamiliar with. But in other areas the results have been quite anemic, often listing very few providers. I expect this comes down to how well know—or not known—the site is within those areas. When it comes to searching for companionship, this makes TNA Board a bit hit and miss depending on the city. This could be remedied if the site becomes more active in more cities.
The reviews I read were generally useful, though lacking in a lot of detail. But they did serve to confirm, to some degree, the legitimacy of the reviewed provider (which is the main purpose of reviews to begin with). I have not left any reviews on this site at this time because none of the ladies I have seen recently are members of TNA Board.
Overall, TNA Board is not a bad site. It offers a bit of everything to it’s users. I didn’t find the format or user interfaces on the site to be to my personal liking, though I expect that other people may find them more favorable than I do. This site does have plenty of potential for growth, and it may be very useful to users right now, depending on where they are. Not a great site, but by no means a bad one either. With more members in more areas it could potentially become a highly used website for our community.
Overall Grade: B-